There are many opportunities within the Harvard Business School Club of New York to volunteer your time and talents.

We welcome all alumni to step forward and volunteer. No matter where your interests lie, whether booking high profile speakers, helping to manage our entrepreneurship activities or pro bono consulting programs, or taking on a Club leadership position, there’s something here for everyone.    

Club Leadership Volunteer Opportunities

Below are volunteer opportunities for the officers who oversee and run the divisions within the Club, as well as sector and marketing leaders who augment our programming activities.

  • Chief Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Officer (CDEIO)
    The CDEIO will spearhead action toward the Club’s vision to become an organization that demonstrates racial equity and serves as a platform connecting alumni leaders who advance racial equity in other HBS-affiliated organizations. The CDEIO will develop and implement a tangible and meaningful Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) strategy for the Club and support the School’s Action Plan for Racial Equity. Working in partnership with the Club President, Board of Directors, and Management Committee, the CDEIO will chair the Club’s Racial Equity Committee and serve on the Club’s Management Committee.

For more information, contact Maureen Friar, Chief of Staff, at

  • HBS Alumni Angels of New York Marketing Co-Chair – Website & Digital Content Curator
    Responsible for the content development and website design of the Harvard Business School Alumni Angels of Greater New York (HBSAANY), with a special emphasis on our reputation within the entrepreneurial community and generating deal flow. Experience with the macro and micro branding ecosystems of HBS, Angel Investing and NYC is a plus.  If interested in this position, please contact  See full ‘Marketing Co-Chair – Website & Digital Content Curator’ position description at this link.

  • Programming Sector Leads
    Members of the Programming Committee organize speaker events in their fields of interest. It’s a great opportunity to interface with C-Suite executives and their key influencers, bring discussions to the HBS alumni community on cutting-edge issues, and design meaningful networking opportunities.

    The Programming division is managed by two co-Vice Presidents (co-VPs); they oversee the Program Manager as well as the Sector co-Chairs who oversee programming volunteers.

    We are seeking Sector co-Chairs and event organizers for the following Sectors:

    • Arts & Culture:  Talks with prominent CEOs in the Entertainment Industry, Guided Visits to Galleries and Museums, Trends in the Art Market

    • Career & Leadership:  Job Search Tools, Networking Guides, Talks with Prominent Authors and Inspirational Leaders

    • Daytime Programs:  NYC Walking Tours, Matinee Performances, Unique Programming Talkbacks, Brown Bag Lunches re: Current Events, Monthly Book Club Discussions

    • Finance:  Fireside Chats with CEOs, Investment Panel Discussions, Market Perspectives; Money Management; Startup and Angel Investing

    • Technology:  AI, Bitcoin, Web3, Entrepreneurship

    • Social Enterprise:  Community Based Organizations Making An Impact, NGOs with Commercial Divisions, Microfinance and Lending

Time commitment for this position is expected to be approximately 10-15 hours per month.

  • Digital Media/Marketing Lead for the Programming Division
    This new role will lead efforts to promote Programming events through social media and e-blasts. They will assist in the content creation for each post.  This person will implement a marketing strategy to promote high-quality events from the Club.

The time commitment for this position is expected to be approximately 10-15 hours per month.

For further details about any Programming position, contact Liz Brown, Program Manager, Events, at .




Volunteer Opportunities by Division

Below are volunteer opportunities listed by division within the club.  Click on the one that may interest you for more information.