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Barbara Walters

Barbara Walters recently sat down with CPL Co-director David Gergen at the IOP Forum for a candid conversation about her storied career and success.  

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Inaugural Class of Sheila C. Johnson Fellows Announced!

Read more about our trailblazing cohort here.

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Preparing Next Generation Leaders

Learn more about how CPL supports leadership development through fellowships, field trips, seminars, and student activities.

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09 December 2014

The World Bank cites the research of CPL's Behavioral Insights Group (BIG) in its Development Report for 2015. Of particular interest is the application of different decision-making processes in developing countries with the goal of increasing productivity, social mobility, and education opportunities.

Read more here.

21 November 2014

Combined Jewish Philanthropy's Chai in the Hub recently named CPL's Wexner Israel Program Manager Elisha Gechter one of Boston's most inspiring young adults.

The Chai in the Hub contest highlights the faces of Boston's Jewish future, identifying 18 influential young adults from a nominated pool of inspiring rabbis, dedicated lawyers, Jewish educators, and social entrepreneurs.

Elisha will be honored at a community event in January with special guest Jeffrey Tambor. Read more.

 

07 November 2014

CPL is pleased to announce the recipient of the 2014 Gleitsman Citizen Activist Award, Eric Greitens. A decorated veteran, accomplished scholar, and longtime humanitarian, Mr. Greitens donated his combat pay to found The Mission Continues, a national nonprofit organization that empowers veterans to serve in communities across America. In 2013, TIME magazine named him to their list of the 100 most influential people in the world, and most recently, Fortune magazine recognized Mr. Greitens as one of 50 greatest leaders in the world. Read more about the award and Eric's work with veterans here.

05 November 2014

Congratulations Seth Moulton, HKS alum, Zuckerman Fellow ('11), and newly-minted representative-elect for Massachusetts' 6th congressional district. Writes David Gergen, "Seth has three degrees from Harvard and four tours in Iraq as a Marine infantry officer. More than that, he is a model among a rising generation of leaders who I believe can transform our politics."

You can read more about Seth's victory, including an interview with the Boston Globe, here.

Photo credit: Chris Evans

29 October 2014

Are you an alumnus of a CPL fellowship program? Don't forget to sign-up for our new Alum.ni networking site. Share and learn valuable information about your peers, explore career opportunities, and tap into CPL's tradition of community and leadership excellence!