Join us for the HKS Women's Network San Francisco Potluck.
We'll be having a dinner in the Mission (address shared once you RSVP). Please bring something small to share with a group of ~15-20 badass women, potluck style.
The mission of the Harvard Kennedy School Women’s Network (HKSWN) is to connect, support and amplify the efforts of HKS women and gender nonconforming individuals in authentic, meaningful, and powerful ways.
Join HLSWA and HKSWN of Philly as two of the area's most prominent public interest leaders, Deborah Gordon Klehr of the Education Law Centerand Susan Vivian Mangold of the Juvenile Law Center share their expert insight about the most pressing interest affecting Children and the Law.
This event is a special opportunity to connect with the Kennedy School alumnae group of Philadelphia
The event is free though RSVPs will be required firstname.lastname@example.org
HKS Women’s Network and Harvard W3D present: When Women Run
Thursday, April 26 │ 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm
Cove, Dupont Circle (1666 Connecticut Ave NW)
Event Cost: $15 (to cover cost of food and space)
Please click HERE to RSVP and for additional information on the panelists.
The Harvard Club of Chicago's 52nd Annual Award Dinner will be held on Saturday, March 3, 2018 at 6pm at The Chicago Club.
As with the 2017 event, they are offering both individual ticket and table purchases.
- Date: Saturday, March 3, 2018
- Time: Reception 6pm; Dinner 7pm
- Location: The Chicago Club, 81 E. Van Buren St. (View Map)
- Attire: Black Tie or Business Formal
Purchase tickets HERE.
The renowned guest speaker is Howard Gardner, the John H. and Elisabeth A. Hobbs Professor of Cognition and Education at the Harvard Graduate School of Education and senior director of Harvard Project Zero. Professor Gardner is a 1981 MacArthur Prize Fellow and has twice been selected as one of the 100 most influential public intellectuals in the world by Foreign Policy and Prospect magazines. Among the thirty books and several hundred articles he has authored, his book Multiple Intelligences has sold more than 200,000 copies worldwide.
The Harvard Club of Chicago is hosting a discussion with Anne Weisberg JD '85, Gender Policy Expert and Shifra Bronznick, Social Change Strategist, on Ending the Gender Gap: Achieving the Power of Workplace Equity. Join us!
We're launching the HKS Women's Network for alumnae, and San Francisco is one of our hub cities! Join us for casual meet and greet on Thursday, October 19, 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. in the Mission District (exact location to be shared closer to date) to discuss what activating this mission in San Francisco means to you!
Join Women Employed on November 8th for a panel discussion with Chicago leaders from a variety of sectors—finance, energy, academia, and technology—who will share how they’ve made women and families a priority in the workplace. Together, we'll explore how we can advocate for economic equity for all working women and their families.
As part of HKSWN, we are launching the City Ambassador Program in 16 cities (and growing), and Boston is one of them! We are planning our first event, an evening social, at the Cambridge Queen's Head on Thursday, November 2 at 6:30 PM. If you are able to attend, please sign up here. If you are not able to attend this kick-off event, do not worry! There are more events on their way.
October 27 or 28 - HKS Women's Network Potluck Dinner
MPP 2013 alum Litcy Kurisinkal graciously offered to host a potluck dinner at her home in Old Town. Please RSVP with your date preference - Friday or Saturday. She'll provide "mildly spicy food" and we can provide additional food and drinks.
On September 27th, we will be launching the Harvard Kennedy School Women’s Network (HKSWN) -- dedicated to connecting, supporting and amplifying the efforts of HKS women and gender nonconforming individuals in authentic, meaningful and powerful ways. Join our Global Facebook Launch Event!