Center for Public Leadership
Gleitsman Award winner, HKS alum, and founder of the Equal Justice Initiative, Bryan Stevenson, returned to campus to share his four elements for shaping change and inspiring social justice. Read more about his remarkable talk and listen to his speech in its entirety here.
CPL and HKS, together with the Schwab Foundation, have launched the first-ever executive education course for late-stage social entrepreneurs. From March 22-27, forty leading social entrepreneurs in the Schwab Foundation network, the largest network of late-stage social enterprises in the world, participated in an intensive executive education module focused on creating systemic change. Read more.
Huffington Post spotlights Harvard Kennedy School's 10,000 Women collaboration with the Goldman Sachs Foundation and U.S. Department of State. Chaired by Hauser Institute Lecturer in Public Policy Nathalie Laidler-Kylander, HKS' Executive Education program convened 29 outstanding women entrepreneurs from the Middle East and North Africa for a week long session devoted to building strategies for start-up success. Read more.
Speaking at the World Post Future of Work Conference, CPL Co-director David Gergen spells out three ways we can "unleash human creativity" and generate jobs.
Los Angeles Philharmonic President and CEO Deborah Borda will join the Center for Public Leadership community as a Hauser Leader-in-Residence. Borda, the first arts executive to hold the post, will begin her appointment in September 2015, at which time she will take a four-month sabbatical from the Philharmonic. Read more.