Annual participation in class fundraising campaigns signals the enduring connection alumni have with fellow classmates and the School. Support from alumni plays a critical role in advancing the HBS mission to educate leaders who make a difference in the world.

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12,222
Fiscal Year 2017 Donors
July 1, 2016 -
June 30, 2017
80% of all living MBA Alumni
Have given to HBS at least once
 
All-time MBA participation Records
 
92%

Reunion
class
MBA 1992

68%

Non-reunion
class
MBA 1966

100%

Reunion/
non-reunion section
MBA 1983C, 1992B, 1991A, 1991F

 

8,900
Gifts Under
$1,000
Totaled
$1.6M
(Total All Giving FY 2016)

 
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New class gift & participation records

12,829

Donors

 
632 First-time donors
7,406 Consistent donors
Results from 01 Jul 2015-30 Jun 2016
27%
of HBS revenue comes from donor support
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Recognizing Volunteers

 

Bringing Out the Best

Cynthia Foster Curry (MBA 1990) ruefully admits that she didn’t appreciate her first-year Organizational Behavior course at HBS. “I remember the professor saying, ‘People take this class less seriously, but 20 years into your career, you’ll be flipping through cases and remembering what I said.’ ”

Encouraging Young Entrepreneurs

When it comes to the potential for joining forces across Harvard University, Freddie Martignetti (MBA 2011) has an entrepreneur’s vision.

Promoting a Deeper Understanding

One of HBS’s greatest strengths, says Jed Bullard (MBA 1975), is that it trains students to appreciate different perspectives, in particular, how people brought up in different countries, cultures, and political systems think about issues and conduct business.

Accelerating Research in China

From his perspective as a business leader in Shanghai, William Plummer (MBA 2005) believes that the connections between China and the rest of the world will be critical for future economic growth.

Honoring a Visionary Thinker Who Took Time for Students

As a distinguished authority on marketing management, author, consultant, and much-admired professor at HBS since 1970, Ben Shapiro (MBA 1965) knows how to sell a concept.