Acelero: Starting a Business in Social Services

For education entrepreneur Aaron Lieberman, the importance of knowing every aspect of the start-up business from the ground up is paramount. “Start small,” he counsels. “Learn as much as you can and figure things out as you go along.” Lieberman was invited by the Social Enterprise Club to speak to HBS students last Wednesday. A… Continue reading Acelero: Starting a Business in Social Services

CEO of Merisant Company – Manufacturer of Equal Visits HBS

Arnold Donald, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of St. Louis-based Merisant Company, visited HBS last month as a part of the African American Student Union’s Distinguished Speaker Series. He was named as the #17 “Most Powerful Black Executive in America” by Fortune in 2002 and was recently reappointed by President (G.W.) Bush to serve on… Continue reading CEO of Merisant Company – Manufacturer of Equal Visits HBS

Harvard Sports Update

Harvard’s five seniors were on the ice for the opening face off, and they were on the ice for the final horn as the Crimson captured it’s fifth-straight Beanpot with a 7-0 win over Boston College at Bright Hockey Center. The coveted Beanpot win, the ninth in program history, enables seniors Jennifer Botterill (Winnipeg, MAN),… Continue reading Harvard Sports Update

City Year Team dazzles RC students

Thursday morning. The last day of the capsule Foundations course: Society and Enterprise. 80 RC students file into Aldrich 209 to debate the relationship of Timberland with City Year, and the implications the company’s recent performance on their involvement with the City Year project.After introducing the guests, Allan Grossman calls in two City Year team… Continue reading City Year Team dazzles RC students