01 Jun 2014
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Taking the Lead in Support of HBS

HBS Fund Investors Society Members Drive Innovation and Advance the School's Key Priorities
Re: Andrew Hauptman (MBA 1995); Jennifer Yan (MBA 2000); Judy Haberkorn (AMP 111); Ed Sellers (MBA 1975)

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"When it comes to innovative business education, HBS leads the way. I contribute on a regular basis because it's important to me that the School continues on that path."
Andrew Hauptman (MBA 1995)
Chairman, Andell, Inc.; Owner and Chairman, Major League Soccer's Chicago Fire Soccer Club
Los Angeles, CA

 

"I support the School because I have benefited tremendously from what I learned at HBS about innovation and building businesses, especially from outstanding professors."
Jennifer Yan (MBA 2000)
Partner, Steamboat Ventures Asia
Shanghai, China

 

"Giving to HBS on an annual basis is simply a matter of thinking it through, making a plan, and then executing. Annual giving to HBS is a unique op-portunity for graduates who work for companies with matching gift programs to leverage their impact."
Judith Haberkorn (AMP 111, 1992)
Retired President of Consumer Sales and Service, Verizon Communications
Ponte Vedra Beach, FL

 

"To me, it would seem unfair to enjoy the successes built on the foundation of my two years at HBS without supporting the School through annual and reunion gifts."
M. Edward Sellers (MBA 1975)
Chairman, BlueCross BlueShield of South Carolina; Chairman, South Carolina Council on Competitiveness
Columbia, SC

 

Alumni and friends who make an outright gift of $5,000 or more to the HBS Fund for Leadership and Innovation enjoy special recognition and engagement opportunities as members of the HBS Fund Investors Society.

For more information, contact Stephanie Noone, Director, Annual and Reunion Giving, at snoone@hbs.edu or 617-495-6526.

 
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