April 4, 2020
The COVID-19 pandemic means that HKS alumni are adjusting our leadership skills to operate in what has become our new normal. How are you continuing to have an impact in your home, community, state, and nation during this crisis? Whether you are educating your child at home, delivering groceries for the seniors in your community, or developing the next stage of the emergency plan for your state, we want to hear from you and share your stories so we can all learn from and support each other.
WE ARE HERE: HKS alumni are among the elected officials, doctors, nurses, public health directors, and CDC officials making difficult decisions right now.
WE ARE HERE: HKS alumni are among the first responders, military, National Guard, and state and local authorities that are keeping our communities safe during this unprecedented crisis.
WE ARE HERE: HKS alumni are among the faculty, administrators, teachers, principals, and other higher education and K-12 leaders who are pivoting education to online learning.
WE ARE HERE: HKS alumni are among the corporate executives, manufacturers, and management specialists figuring out how to connect supplies with hospitals, medical professionals, and citizens around the world.
WE ARE HERE: HKS alumni are among the moms and dads who are discovering new ways to create community and connections in the era of social distancing.
As we all self-isolate, let us stay connected. Please let us know what YOU are doing to make a difference during the pandemic.
Share your story using this brief form. By staying connected and learning from each other, we can continue to make our world a better place.
My warmest wishes for your wholeness in every sense of the word as you “face with grace” this brand new world,
Deborah Bailey, MC/MPA 2015
Chair, HKS Alumni Board 2019–2020