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HKS Alumni Networks, Harvard Clubs, and HKS Chapters and Shared Interest Groups (SIGs) bring the Kennedy School mission of public service to communities around the world. Join one in your area to stay connected with your community, alumni, and the life of the School.
Interested in starting an alumni network in your area?
Contact Office of Alumni Relations (617.495.1394).
HUMAN will mobilize and synergize the concentrated academic knowledge, leadership skills, experiences and convening capacity of the HKS community in advancing dialog and supporting constructive change in the areas of economic growth, social services, civil society, and governance in developing countries.
Contact Taz Rajwani MC/MPA 2008 for more details or to join HUMAN.
The Public Service Fellows Alumni (PSFA) Shared Interest Group was founded in 2011. The mission of the PSFA SIG is to build a professional network of Public Service Fellows in order to strengthen the Fellows’ capacity to serve and to increase opportunities to work in the field of public service. Specifically, the PSFA SIG’s purposes may include sharing information about public service career opportunities, organizing PSF-alumni-specific networking events, increasing interaction between alumni and current students, and helping to publicize the Public Service Fellowship in order to make it a recognizable brand.
Please contact any of the current officers if you are interested in joining the PSFA SIG or have any questions. Please note that membership is restricted to Public Service Fellows.
Caryn Morrow MPP 2012- Co-President
Vanessa Uchiyama MPP 2012- Co-President
Pooja Wagh MPP 2012- Co-President
Arlee Griffin Jr. MC/MPA 2010- co-Vice President
Zara Snapp MPP 2010- co-Vice President
Jeff Katz MC/MPA 2000–Student Liaison
Shannon Roche MPP 2004- Treasurer
Aaron Roesch MPP 2012– Communications
Ali Khan MD/MPP 2010
W3D is an alumni network ready to answer President Kennedy’s call to service, “Ask not what your country can do for you, ask what you can do for your country.” In that spirit, the women of HKS decided to create an innovative network to build on established HKS relationships. Founded with the idea that trusted relationships and inclusive groups are the key to real collaboration, the W3D alumni network aims to break down the barriers among defense, diplomacy, and development to create holistic foreign policy decisions and solutions for the United States. This alumni network also acknowledges the untapped and underutilized power of women. It will help develop and promote the role of women in leadership, keeping a focus on the common goal of sustainable peace through gender equality.