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For over 10 years, Paul Hodge has been given the opportunity to serve the wonderful HKS community and to have collaborated with Harvard’s President Emeritus Derek Bok on groundbreaking initiatives to improve the quality of life for many of our fellow citizens in need. He graduated in 2000 with an MPA and was awarded Lucius N. Littauer and John B. Pickett Fellowships. Currently, Hodge represents HKS as a director on the Harvard Alumni Association Board of Directors, chair of the Global Generations Policy Institute, and President, La Jolla Forum.
Hodge is a cancer survivor who has led in the establishment of a fund to honor/support our Marine Corps Wounded Warrior Battalion, spearheaded ground breaking public advocacy initiatives including “Baby Boomer Women: Secure Futures or Not?”, advised the White House/Congress on generational policy challenges, founded a national wildlife preserve, conducted human longevity research as an Oxford Distinguished Visiting Fellow, and moderated sessions at Davos World Economic Forum meetings.