Cambridge, MA: The Center for Public Leadership (CPL) at Harvard Kennedy School (HKS) is pleased to announce the appointment five Hauser Leaders for the fall, 2019 semester.
“This fall’s cohort of Hauser Leaders bring a breadth of experience—from leadership in the arts, military, environmental, and athletic arenas. We live in an increasingly connected world and these practitioners will infuse our community with new perspectives and real-life learning,” said Amb. Wendy R. Sherman, director of the Center for Public Leadership and a professor of practice at Harvard Kennedy School.
Standing at the heart of the Center for Public Leadership’s community of scholarship and learning, Hauser Leaders contribute in vital ways to the academic life of Harvard, participating in faculty-led research and case development, classroom lectures, and in some cases, independent study and research. Hauser Leaders bring tangible learning to students through workshops, field experiences, coaching meetings, and public events.
Please visit cpl.hks.harvard.edu for a schedule of Hauser Leader public events. Full bios for our fall, 2019 Hauser Leaders can be found here.
Center for Public Leadership Fall 2019 Hauser Leaders
Coach, Harvard Men’s Basketball Team
Institute of Politics Director’s Visiting Leader (2019-2020)
8th Administrator, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (1993-2001)
Director, White House Office of Energy and Climate Change Policy (2009-2011)
EMILY KERNAN RAFFERTY
President, Metropolitan Museum of Art (2005-2015)
President and CEO, Pelotonia
CEO, LIVESTRONG Foundation (2008-2014)
LTG NADJA Y. WEST, USA Ret.
Surgeon General, U.S. Army (2016-2019)
About the Center for Public Leadership
The Center for Public Leadership at Harvard Kennedy School develops principled, effective public leaders. A global hub for leadership learning, we integrate academic preparation with practice to build knowledge and character required to make positive change in the world.
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