Ambassador Program

The HKS Women's Network follows a decentralized structure that allows all alumnae, no matter where they live, to become a HKS Women's Network City Ambassador. If you are committed to furthering the work of other HKS women in your community, read on.


Ambassadors are point-people for managing, gathering and growing the local HKS women community in their respective city or region. This might include:

  • Hosting visiting HKS professors for small group discussions, breakfasts or lunches;

  • Collaborating on an op-ed around a public policy issue;

  • Welcoming new HKS alumnae to the city or region;

  • Meeting with prospective HKS students;

  • Planning informal group gatherings such as happy hours or books clubs;

  • Anything else relevant and timely within the local community.

Ambassadors have considerable creative freedom in planning events or managing projects. If there is not a representative for your city or region, consider becoming one.

Find Your Local Ambassador

Thank you to the amazing alumnae who are currently leading their local HKSWN Chapters through the City Ambassador Program. 

Please reach out to any one of these individuals directly to get more involved in your local HKSWN Chapter: 

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If your city or region is not listed, email Executive Board Member Theodora (Theo) Skeadas for more information on becoming a HKSWN Ambassador.


It's recommended that City Ambassadors:

  • Attend two quarterly conference calls a year to share best practices, ideas and feedback about the program across regions; and

  • Organize two events in their city or region annually.

Ambassadors are also invited to join a separate Google Group to help facilitate learnings across the community and provide real-time feedback to the Executive Board. 


This is a new program launched in tandem with the formation of the HKS Women's Network. As with all new programs, we expect hiccups along the way. However, we strongly believe that individuals know what is best for their local communities and that autonomy breeds creativity, ownership and success. We look forward to receiving meaningful and constructive feedback, and we plan to iterate on the process as we move forward.