An Alumni Forum is a group composed of 8-12 Harvard Business School alumni whose mission is to help its members grow personally and professionally through sharing experiences and perspectives in an atmosphere of confidentiality, trust, and respect. Meeting monthly, members of a forum have no personal or business connections that might inhibit open communication.
As thousands of members* learned, a forum of peers can help your company prosper and help you strengthen the most important business and personal relationships in your life.
To speak with an HBS Alumni Forum member for more information, contact Shabrina Jiva, MBA 2011 at email@example.com or Jeffrey Barnett MBA 1993 at firstname.lastname@example.org.
To take the next step in joining a forum, please click here to fill out a brief survey.
HBS MBA 2000
CEO of Consumer Lending
“HBS Alumni Forum has been the most meaningful learning and growth experience I have had since graduating. I began participating at a time when I felt my professional learning curve was flattening. For the last decade, my Forum group has been an accelerant to my professional growth and as much or more to my personal growth.”
Katherine Bahamonde Monasebian
President and GM North America Commerce
Stanley Black & Decker, Inc.
Former President, HBS Club of New York
“My HBS Forum has been meeting for over five years and has been a key part of my life. Without the support and encouragement of my fellow Forum members, I may never have taken on the role of president of the HBS Club of NYC. Definitely worth the time commitment!”
“My Alumni Forum has helped me look at my life through a different lens. It allows me to take advantage of the unbiased experience and knowledge of others who have no dogs in the race. Our only goal is to help each other professionally and personally.”
Americas Technology & Communications Practice Group Leader
For general information about HBS Alumni Forums, click HERE.
* Involving Young Presidents Organization, Entrepreneurs Organization, Alumni Forum Services, and other groups.