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    The Future of Digital Assets

    Great discussion with a brilliant group of panelists on “The Future of Digital Assets”!

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    Key Takeaways:


    1. China is in the forefront of digital currency (Renminbi - RMB) electronic payment at world level. Their goal is to maintain control of money supply & prevent foreign exchange risks. This official adoption of cryptocurrency in China is with the aim to gradually reduce the dependency of the US dollar.
    2. The decision to move the U.S to digital currency five to seven years from now is political but will not replace the paper dollar. It would be a mix adoption.
    3. The free and non-fungible nature of bitcoin’s energy consumption makes it greener and more sustainable than other mixed sources, while it can generate money and security.
    4. Crypto and digital assets offer permission less, cashless, and yield, which is a payment revolution for value transfer.
    5. To invest in Crypto, one should contribute a small percentage of their total investment, be prepared to lose a significant part of it, stay for the long-term, and have the same investment vision as a traditional investment.

    #digitalassets #tech #future #blockchain #fintech #cryptocurrency #bitcoin #bitcoin #crypto #cryptocurrencies #finance  #harvardintechseattle #harvardintech #hbs #PLD #harvard

    The Future of Digital Assets

    Please join Harvard in Tech Seattle for a special webinar May 27 (Thursday) @ 9am PST/12pm EST on The Future of Digital Assets”. We will explore the evolution of digital assets, regulation around crypto currency & digital assets, insight on official adoption of cryptocurrency, and its global disruption on all financial players and more.



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    Crossing the Chasm of Human Enhancement

    Please join me at a Harvard in Tech Seattle special webinar - May 20 (Thursday) @ 10am PST/1pm EST on “Crossing the Chasm of Human Enhancement”. We will explore Bio Hacking & future of humans, genetic modification, gene editing technology, CRISPR, ethics and policy, Super Soldier implants, human enhancement vs enhanced tool and more.




    Webinar Registration RSVP: https://lnkd.in/gjg5iXV


    #Biohacking #Geneediting #CRISPR #Bioethics #Technology #humanenhancement #HBS #harvardintech #harvardintechseattle #harvard


    Future of Travel

    Great discussion with a brilliant group of panelists on "Future of Travel" !

    Special Thanks to the Panelists -


    Key Takeaways:

    1. Digital transformation of Travel Industry will be driven by customer experience,  customer expectation & value creation.
    2. In order to restore traveler’s trust we will see adoption of digital credentials related to Biometrics, autonomous cleaning and touch less interaction that is managed through individual mobile devices at the airports.
    3. IBM is leading the way with Health Pass using Blockchain. Health Pass will enable organizations to help return individuals to a physical location such as workplace, school, airline flights and also enhance activities we love like sports events, and eating at restaurants in a safe and enjoyable way.
    4. There will be roll out of new form of air transportation to alleviate traffic congestion at major cities in the world.  Air taxi will give back the travel time to the urban commuters, will be cost efficient, environment friendly (no carbon emission, noise pollution).  Public acceptance and cost efficiency will be the main driver for this new technology adoption.
    5. In Africa there is a massive need of connecting the economy and Autonomous Vehicle will play a big role addressing that. 
    6. Autonomous Vehicle commercial delivery will improve efficiency.  In Rwanda Zipline not only saved lives through on demand delivery of medical supplies but also reduced medical system blood waste from (6-7)% to 0%

    Future of Travel

    Please join Harvard in Tech Seattle for a special webinar March 18 (Thursday) @ 10am PST/1pm EST on “Future of Travel”. We will explore innovations in travel industry, Urban Aerial Mobility, technology capability of individual flying cars, infrastructure requirements, self flying planes and drones, travel during COVID and more.



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    Technology Showcase: AR/VR

    Please join Harvard in Tech Seattle for a special webinar November 12 (Thursday) @ 9am PST/12pm EST on "Technology Showcase: AR/VR”. The Harvard in Tech Seattle Technology Showcase goal is to demo the latest in AR/VR, we welcome technology experts & academicians to share their latest and greatest work and invite the Harvard community and beyond. The speakers will discuss Haptic, BendShape - Precision Shape Sensor technologies, Lowe’s Innovation Labs AR/VR journey, EduTech and more.




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    Technology Innovation in US Defense

    Great discussion with a brilliant group of panelists on "Technology Innovation in US Defense" !

    Special Thanks to -

    Key Takeaways:

    1. There are a plethora of emerging technologies with NatSec implications and DOD has made great strides in building cross sector partnerships, up-skilling, and forecasting, to help it take advantage of several tech revolutions, including digital, bio and quantum. Still more needs to be done to allow emerging tech to be integrated and adopted at a DOD scale and with older hardware while developing norms and humanitarian law to ensure new tech is deployed responsibility.

    2. Quantum Computing is a long horizon platform that will vastly reshape war and peace, from Quantum security, to Quantum Clocks, and Quantum Communications to synchronize All Domain Warfare. These same technologies have the potential to transform economies, supply chains, and data security, and privacy for corporations and individuals.

    3. The tradeoff between security, role based access, and ease of use in Military Technology on the battlefield needs to evolve to match the civilian experience.

    4. Military and University partnerships need to be broader to include social sciences to address global culture to go beyond winning wars, and win the Peace. Universities need to offer, and Military roles and leadership needs to embrace PhD and advanced Graduate programs for Military personnel as part of a core leadership progression.

    5. Culture matters and needs to be considered on the front end of Military Action. Once we win the war, we need to win the peace. The seamless transition to a PeaceTime governance happens best when there is a comprehensive understanding of the end goal, and the means to achieve this goal through leadership in the countries where the war takes place. Like South Korea, Germany, and Japan, part of achieving a successful peace and thriving economic partnerships may involve long term military base installations to safeguard alliance countries and regions.

    6. The world population growth from 7B to 10B will strain Global security, putting pressure on Food, Water, and Energy. The overlap between national security, and civilian economic activity will be expansive and requires holistic thinking and planning. DOD efforts need to seamlessly implement strategies and technologies to eliminate threats, increase sustainability of DOD activities, and to support compatible leadership regimes that resonate with the authentic cultures of the diverse regions of the world.


    Watch the video to learn about Defense Technology Policy, All-Domain Operations, Quantum Computing, DOD partnership in R&D, National defense & economic competition and more.

    #Innovation #TechnologySolutions #USDefence #QuantumComputing#BiologicalWarfare #DOD #cybersecurity #NationalDefense #HarvardinTech#HarvardinTechSeattle #Harvard #HBS #PLD #intelligence #defense#quantum #biowarfare #education #nationalsecurity #disinformation #army#navy #marines #geopolitics #defenseindustry #airforce #strategicforesight#pentagon #ai #research

    Technology Innovation in US Defense

    Please join Harvard in Tech Seattle for a special panel webinar September 24 (Thursday) @ 9am PST/12pm EST on "Technology Innovation in US Defense”. We will explore Defense Technology Policy, DOD partnership in R&D, Biological war tech, Quantum Computing, National defense & economic competition, Cyber Security and more.




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    Technology Influence on Politics​

    A brilliant discussion with an amazing group of panelists on "Technology Influence on Politics”. With Sonal Shah, Allen Collinsworth, Jennifer Hollett, Dipayan Ghosh, Roger Hackett & Mahenoor Yusuf


    Key Takeaways:

    1.) Technology, and more specifically social media platforms, and algorithms influence citizens. This can be positive, or negative depending on the platform policies, and the actors on the platform.

    2.). Technology policy alone cannot be expected to effectively secure free and fair elections. The U.S. government for example must set its public policy, laws, and regulations to drive incentives, including cyber tech to ensure proper engagement of Campaign support from foreign powers and interests.

    3.). Policies that Social Media firms, and search engine firms set represent the interests of the firm's stakeholders. There is an overlap between the Firm's Stakeholders and Country's stakeholders, however the emphasis differs, and on a Global level foreign powers can take advantage of the differences between incentives that a firm has and the rights of citizens and interests of the nation to achieve their own foreign policy agenda.

    4.). Social Media platforms offer a potential power equalizer with traditional lobbyists and special interest groups in that these platforms allow voters to combine their numbers to vote for candidates who represent the changes they seek. This can be seen both in the presidential election of Barack Obama, the election of the Squad, and the Black Lives Matter Movement. Globally it can be seen through the Arab Spring toppling the government by organizing and coordinating demands for change in an overwhelming fashion.

    5.) Civic Tech, and the role that government plays can be updated and modernized to match government services to citizens needs through software, and platforms that leverage algorithms, machine learning, and AI. The government's role reimagined as a technology provider or purchaser of technology systems in the Civic domain can transform the quality of services that citizens receive. It also may reduce conflicts of interests between Firm interests i.e. special interest groups, and the rights and interests of the country. A good example of this is the Public Library system, or Military Hospitals. Defining the right level of capability and role for the public vs. private sector is a balance between efficiency, and price vs. national security. There is a lot of room for improvement, and a lot of potential for powerful change.



    Technology Influence on Politics​

    Please join Harvard in Tech Seattle for a special panel webinar August 27 (Thursday) @ 9am PST/12pm EST on "Technology Influence on Politics”. At the panel discussion we will explore technology influence, Social Media influence, foreign influence into US election, policy making, campaigning, voters influence, special interest group and more.


    Webinar Registration RSVP: https://forms.gle/FrHF7D1FTb42PnKr8


    With: Sonal Shah, Allen Collinsworth, Jennifer Hollett, Dipayan Ghosh, Roger Hackett & Mahenoor Yusuf


    #USElection #Policymaking #VotersInfluence#Innovation #TechnologySolutions #DataDrivenSolutions#Politics #SocialMediaInfluence #HarvardinTech #HarvardinTechSeattle #Harvard #HBS #PLD


    Smart City, The Future Of The Economy​

    Great Discussion with such a brilliant group of Panelists! Harvard in Tech Seattle presents a special panel webinar on "Smart City, The Future Of The Economy"

    With: Alex `Sandy' Pentland, Jaana Remes, Christian Vogt, Peter Jackson, Dale Killinger, Shih Hor Lau, Roger Hackett, Mahenoor Yusuf

    Key Takeaways:
    1. Smart City can improve the quality of life 10% - 30%
    2. The most effective way to get the public to buy in to implement a Smart City is to find a specific pain point, and integrate a Smart City approach to show the value of Data Driven real time Intelligence integrated into city life. This will increase adoption of future Smart City projects, and overall appreciation for the importance of a Smart City.
    3. Designing a Smart City should not be a Technology looking for a problem to solve, it should start with the needs of the City’s citizens.
    4. Smart City alone cannot transform our economy. Economic Transformation requires that Smart City gains diffuse across all communities and current barriers due to race, and economic wealth hinders the diffusion of benefits.
    5. Smart Cities adoption is increased if the City passes a law requiring Smart City compliance.
    6. Data Security is much stronger if the Data Stores are distributed rather than Centralized.


    #SmartCity #Innovation #TechnologySolutions #DataDrivenSolutions #HumanCenteredDesign#SocialSustainability #Pandemic #HarvardinTech #HarvardinTechSeattle #Harvard #HBS #PLD


    Smart City, The Future Of The Economy​

    Please join Harvard in Tech Seattle for a special panel webinar August 13 (Thursday) @ 9am PST/12pm EST on "Smart City, The Future Of The Economy”. At the panel discussion we will explore Smart City technology solutions, socio-economic impact, human centered design, social sustainability, data privacy, safety, ethics and more.

    With: Alex `Sandy' Pentland, Jaana Remes, Dr. Christian Vogt, Peter Jackson, Dale Killinger, Shih Hor Lau, Roger Hackett, Mahenoor Yusuf

    Webinar Registration RSVP: https://lnkd.in/gGB6b-b



    Racism, Why Must We Solve It In Technology

    Harvard in Tech Seattle presents a webinar on "Racism, Why We Must Solve It In Technology" with Rachael Splaine RollinsAngela K. Antony Kevin L. Nichols Stacy Kirk Jon Scott Roger Hackett Mahenoor Yusuf


    Key Takeaways:

    1. With technology, we have a choice. We can use technology to make the system fair, enrich society, unite the world and share the benefits that the world and technology has to offer in a loving and humanizing way

    2. By 2042, the majority of the US population will be people of color. By closing the racial wealth gap, the US GDP could be projected 4% to 6% higher by 2028. No action will cost the US economy $1 to $1.5 trillion between 2019 and 2028. It is high time we reduce Systemic Racism on a targeted timeline and establish accountability at all levels of the society that triggers Systemic Racism. It is time to work together.

    3. Need to reform the Criminal Justice System to minimize racial bias. i.e. A centralized, nationwide Data System for Criminal Justice system (including Police personnel record), policy reform - reevaluate qualified immunity for police, the ability of employers, landlords, and others to disqualify people for misdemeanors and other minor crimes etc.

    4. Fair representation in politics is needed so that the policymakers can make justified policy reform. Technology can be leveraged to have a grass root level initiative to make the change.

    5. In order to leverage a high tech education system, initial funding is required to ensure basic needs are addressed . I.e. Laptop for all students, high speed Internet access for underprivileged communities.

    6. Soft skill (scientifically measured personality and cognitive aptitude) based technology driven hiring process is unbiased.




    Racism, Why Must We Solve It In Technology

    Please join Harvard in Tech: Seattle for a special panel webinar June 25 (Thursday) @ 9am PST/12pm EST on "Racism, Why We Must Solve It In Technology" We will be exploring how can technology improve the treatment of racial groups and their interactions with the Police, and criminal justice system, improve equity in education, improve financial opportunities and more.

    Webinar Registration RSVP: https://lnkd.in/egVeVZX

    COVID-19 Vaccine & Treatment

    Humankind has never had a more urgent task than creating broad immunity for COVID 19. Harvard in Tech Seattle presents COVID-19 Vaccine & Treatment with Sebastian Sorsaburu, MD Lorence Kim Aysu Uygur, PhD Dr Tarun GuptaLibby Page Rhiju Das Roger Hackett Mahenoor Yusuf


    Key Takeaways:

    1. “Operation Warp Speed” an US based program funding 5 vaccine producers - Moderna, AstraZeneca, Pfizer, Johnson & Johnson and Merck to expedite the production of vaccines. The program is committed to deliver a vaccine by Jan 2021 and they are on target

    2. The Melinda & Gates Foundation has funded 7 factories of leading COVID 19 vaccine providers. This funding allows the exploration of vaccines along parallel paths, and avoids a bottleneck on the critical path of vaccine availability

    3. More than one vaccine is necessary in order to allow distribution to reach global scale (15 Billion). Innovation in transportation is necessary for some types of vaccines, such as mRNA to maintain stability. i.e OpenVaccine project

    4. The vaccines must be provided to high risk groups and communities, independent of price

    5. More collaboration is needed across borders and across companies for timely vaccine production


    #HBS #PLD #COVID19 #Harvard #HarvardinTech #HarvardinTechSeattle #Vaccine #Treatment #pharmaceuticals #pandemic #SavingLives #Cure #GlobalCommunity #RaceAgainstTime


    COVID-19 Vaccine & Treatment

    Please join June 12 (Friday) @ 2pm PST/5pm EST/10pm UK Harvard in Tech: Seattle for a special panel webinar on COVID 19: Vaccine & Treatment


    Webinar Registration RSVP: https://forms.gle/4pKAa65XgUGyi6Va9


    COVID 19: Maintaining Mental Health

    Please join us a video discussion with Dr. Amy Mezulis, a Harvard Alum, Co-Founder & Chief Psychologist at UpLift, Prof. & Dept. Chair of Clinical Psychology at Seattle Pacific University. We explored how to maintain mental health during COVID 19 pandemic.


    Key Takeaways:

    1. Do not be afraid to seek help

    2. Take initiative to connect, physically distancing but socially engaging. Find ways to meaningfully engaged with family and friends.

    3. Stick to a normal routine. Set activities to a normal schedule - work, family time, meal, sports, friends, sleep and Include time off.

    4. Take a problem solving approach when faced with different socio economic triggers caused by COVID 19. (i.e resource constraint, unemployment). Take a deep breath, manage your anxiety and take steps to move forward.

    5. When parents are burdened with so much pressure of working from home, teaching at home, taking care of household stuff, taking care of children, entertaining or keeping them engaged, it is ok to lower expectations and re-prioritize.

    COVID 19: Is Telemedicine the Future of Health Care?

    The unprecedented outbreak of COVID-19 across the globe has resulted in increased demand for telemedicine solutions. Social distancing and lockdown implementation by several countries as a preventive measure to curb the pandemic. The impact of COVID 19 led us to explore with six distinguished panelists - Is Telemedicine is the future of Healthcare?



    • Prof. Myra White, Lecturer on Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School
    • Greg Jarzabek, Co-Founder, CEO at Trustedoctor
    • Hassaan Ebrahim, Co-Founder, CEO at Hikma Health
    • Debbi Gillotti, COO at nVoq, Inc., Board Director at UP
    • Chad Hiner, RN, VP, Customer Experience at nVoq, Inc
    • Michael Hatzakis Jr, MD, Owner at HatzakisMD


    • Roger Hackett, Founder Ryan and Robbie LLC
    • Mahenoor Yusuf, Co-Chair Harvard in Tech Seattle


    Key Takeaways:

    1. Telemedicine Technology combines hardware diagnostics, software platforms, and Medical Practice guidance & services. The menu of services possible is expansive, and COVID 19 demonstrates the need to expedite availability.

    2. Telemedicine has global reach that can restructure the supply and demand for healthcare.

    3. The Rural Urban Divide, and the low income vs. high income divide can be addressed through hybrid offerings via extended reach in the USA and overseas. Regulation and policy across states, and across borders needs to be streamlined and optimized for shared value.

    4. Telemedicine can provide a cost effective alternative to cover many existing gaps in the current medical system. These include follow up medical treatment, clarification, diagnostics, and maintenance of care e.g. remedial exercises, and medication adherence.

    5. Telemedicine is powerful, and the privacy, governance, and innovation mindset are important to establish Social acceptance.

    6. Telemedicine is the future of medicine, and it is critical that all stakeholders are at the table to make sure it is the right future.

    COVID 19: Is Telemedicine the Future of Health Care?

    Please join Thursday, May 21 @9am PST/12pm EST/5pm GMT Harvard in Tech: Seattle for a special panel webinar on COVID 19: Is Telemedicine the Future of Health Care?


    Webinar Registration RSVP: https://lnkd.in/dEb_NQq


    COVID 19 and Reopening the Economy

    Harvard in Tech Seattle presents a video discussion with Mayor Kate Gallego of Phoenix, a fellow Harvard Alum on reopening the economy during COVID 19 pandemic. We will explore what are the precautions needed to re-open the economy, what kind of support needed in city, state and fed. level, and also with the changes how do we prepare ahead for technology infrastructure and services needed.


    Key Takeaways:

    1. By practicing Social Distancing we are saving lives.

    2. It is safer to reopen the Economy when COVID 19 is in 14 consecutive days downward trend (CDC recommended)

    3. Testing is critical in controlling the COVID 19 pandemic. However, we are not yet conducting enough testing.

    4. We are all in this together.


    EduTech solutions to COVID 19

    Join the video discussion with Harvard Prof. Mark Esposito on EduTech solutions to COVID 19. Educational Technology can inform, influence public behavior, improve social networking to reduce isolation, and support overall health.


    Key Takeaways:

    1. Tools for collaboration can help us cope with Social Distancing - Microsoft Teams, Facebook, LinkedIn, Skype, Zoom, Google Hangout and other social media and communications tools.

    2. Physical & mental health are equally important. Activities can help bring a sense of normalcy to the crisis, Virtual birthday parties: Evite, Garage Band, XBOX Kinect, virtual personal fitness: Flight.

    3. Lack of effective global emergency broadcast system that is clear, consistent and unified to manage pandemic.

    4. Leadership matters. We are a Global Society and need to behave in a way to benefit the global community. Global governance and collaboration required across countries.

    5. Stay safe, keep learning and be part of discussion.

  • Podcast Series

    Harvard Spotlight

    Spencer Rascoff (HU ’97)

    Co-founder & Chair, Pacaso, Supernova SPAC, dot.LA

    Spencer Rascoff is the CEO of Pacaso. He was previously the CEO of Zillow for over 13 years as well as co-founding and/or being board members of many other companies e.g. dot.LA, Palantir, 75 & Sunny, etc.


    Spencer graduated from Harvard College in 1997. A few takeaways from this interview are: the most important, overlooked skill is writing;How and what to choose to say yes to; Managing and communicating to a few to thousands of employees implement similar strategies; Mentorship can be perceived in more than one way.

    Steven Maheshwary (HC '12)

    Director of Economic Development - IT, Washington State

    Steven Maheshwary is a tech industry veteran who is passionate about the nexus of the tech and positive social impact through fostering entrepreneurship, building partnerships and empowering communities.


    He currently serves as Governor Inslee’s sector lead for the information and communication technology sector in Washington state, leading the state’s economic development strategies to grow and strengthen the tech industry and workforce. Steven got interested in tech at a young age. Harvard opened him up to a wide variety of experiences. His current work as Director for Washington State is new, impactful and challenging.


    Key lessons: Take risks and experiment in your career when you can and contribute your skills and time to your community.

    Aran Khanna (HU ’'16)

    CEO and Co-Founder, Reserved.ai

    Aran Khanna is co-founder and CEO of Reserved.ai. He graduated from Harvard College in 2016.


    He discovered Facebook could track any user’s location, down to within 1 meter. He showcased this through his app, Marauder’s map. He has previously worked at several startups, one of which was acquired by Amazon Web Services (AWS). He noticed how some clients were spending time to track and make purchases that would take hours out of the day. He created a solution that would automate this process through his company, Reserved.ai. He hopes to help future clients in navigating not only AWS but other services like Azure and Google Cloud.


    One of the principles he follows and explains in this episode is extreme ownership.

    My Le Goel (HU ‘04)

    Founder and CEO, Flight Live, Inc

    My Le is the CEO of FlightLive, a mobile wellness technology platform for live, interactive, virtual personal fitness training that matches clients with a curated list of certified personal trainers and yoga instructors. She was not in tech before her startup and has had to learn each aspect from scratch. Her advice and lessons are based on personal experience from her business.


    One of the many important lessons she tells is to surround yourself with an experienced board.

    Bridget Frey (HU ’99)

    Chief Technology Officer, Redfin

    As Redfin’s Chief Technology Officer, Bridget leads the software engineering team, which she has grown to more than 150 engineers in Seattle and San Francisco. Her mission is to build technology that makes the process of buying and selling a home less complicated and less stressful. She is a thought leader on issues facing women in technology, and nearly 30% of the software engineers on her team are women. Bridget holds a bachelor's degree in computer science from Harvard University, where she graduated magna cum laude. She was recently named to the Puget Sound Business Journal 40 Under 40 list.


    Bridget's experience at Harvard helped think differently, deeply and collaboratively about computer science and theater. She shares her thoughts on Operating Systems and her love for efficiency. Bridget says the biggest challenge now is scaling.


    She has advice for women in tech or women who want to be in tech, "Go for it!"

    Laura Butler (HU ’89 Dropout)

    CEO and Co-Founder, UpLift Group, Inc.

    Laura Butler is cofounder and CEO/CTO of Uplift Group. She is also an amateur angel and LP who takes a fairy godmother approach. She invests in people with grit, passion, ethical compasses, and innovative ideas but who lack access to capital and just need that first person to say yes.


    Laura accidentally interviewed for a Microsoft internship, loved it then dropped out of Harvard. She first quit Microsoft to travel for six years before going back and quitting two more times. Laura became the first female Distinguished Engineer and then Technical Fellow at the company. Laura’s last role at Microsoft was Vice President and Technical Fellow, Notes and Tasks.


    One of many key important lessons from Laura: “Accept who you are and be the best version of yourself that you can be".

  • Harvard in Tech Seattle Team

    Meet the Team

    Mahenoor Yusuf

    Executive Director

    HBS PLDA 2016

    Roger Hackett

    Program Director - Webinar

    HES 2018

    Stephen Harper

    Program Director - Podcast

    HU 2012

    Charl du Plessis

    Strategist - Revenue Growth

    HBS PLDA 2021

    Prashant Dixit


    HBS PLDA 2016

    Lilly Smajli

    Strategist - Outreach Growth

    HBS PLD 2022

    Anastasia Chernykh

    Program Manager - Webinar

    HBS PLD 2022

    Sofia Borodulina

    Program Host - Tech For Young Professionals

    HBS PLD 2018

    Amy Shepherd

    Program Director - Call For Action

    Tuqa Youssef


    Renuka Solanki

    Volunteer Coordination Manager

    HBS Mgmt. Essential - 2021

    Erin Liu

    Digital Marketing Manager

    HBS Online - 2021

    Pawel Ulfik

    Research Analyst - Call For Action

    Harvard Business Analytics - 2018

    Dr. Shamim Naigaga

    Program Manager - Webinar

    Siddarth Nyati

    Program Manager - Technology Solutions

    Joey He

    Program Manager - Tech For Young Professionals

    Mohammad Ahmad

    Software Developer - Technology Solutions

    Judy Pham

    Software Developer - Technology Solutions

    Larry Nguyen

    Software Developer - Technology Solutions

    Amanda Zhou

    Research Analyst - Webinar

    Hearee Choo

    Research Analyst - Podcast

    Andi Zhang

    UI Designer - Technology Solutions

    Divyesh Dubey

    Program Coordinator - Webinar

    Ritika Sharma

    Business Analyst - Technology Solutions

    Aaditya Doiphode

    Software Developer - Technology Solutions

    Soomin Yeom

    Software Developer - Technology Solutions

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