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Krishan Arora is currently an A.L.B Degree candidate at Harvard University. He serves as President of the Harvard Extension Student Association, Representative at Large for the Harvard Graduate Council and was also recently appointed to be the 2013 Harvard Campus Representative for Apple. Having been involved with the Harvard wide student community for over 2 years now, Krishan has collaborated on many events such as the 2011 Harvard Leadership Conference, Harvard Masquerade Ball, TEDxCambridge, TEDxSomerville, Harvard 375th and the Lectures that Last event. Concentrating in Economics with a minor in Management, Krishan brings his extensive knowledge of event management to this team. His interests lie in the fields of astrophysics and technology, as he loves spending time watching informative nature documentaries and eating Thai food.

-Got selected for a Harvard leadership conference last fall

 Harvard Student Presidents Speaking at Harvard Leadership Conference

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Roger was the keynote speaker for the 2013 Harvard Leadership Conference. He spoke to about 600 of the top minds in the world. You can watch the video at:

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Alan works to expand dialogue around the role of design in advancing a more equitable world, including regular and guest lectures at the Harvard School of Public Health, Colorado College, the University of Pretoria, and the Harvard Leadership Conference, among others. Alan and Michael have published in the Huffington Post, the Journal of Architecture, and the Stanford Social Innovation Review. MASS’s first book, Empowering Architecture, was published in 2013 as a reflection on the Butaro Hospital design process. Select features on MASS include Wired Magazine, the New York Times, Fast Company, and the Boston Globe, and in architecture publications including Mark, Domus, and Lotus.

The Harvard Leadership Conference was recently  (The Student Newspaper of the Harvard Kennedy School) in the February 11th, 2013 edition!
The Harvard Leadership Conference is a day long event that takes place on Saturday, March 8. It is organized for all 12 Graduate and Professional schools at Harvard around the theme of Leading Innovation.

The conference brings together world leading experts from Harvard and beyond in the fields of Education, Health, Government, Climate Change and Internet Security. It highlights the challenges and opportunities waiting to be seized and disrupted in these fields.

Choose your field of interest and spend the day getting immersed in it. Each field offers a panel of world renowned experts followed by immersive exercises where you will be engaging with your fellow attendees to tackle global challenges.
Get Inspired to disrupt the status quo, Innovate by coming up with ideas with peers from across the University and then get the opportunity to Implement them in our engaging exercises.

The conference places great emphasis on community. An underlying goal of the conference is bringing people from all 12 Graduate and Professional Schools at Harvard together to tackle global issues. This is your opportunity to connect with your Harvard wide community.Working across countries and cultures, disciplines and differences, finding common ground, breaking barriers, and moving forward through collaborative and meaningful partnerships are the skills necessary and crucial in leadership. The 2013 Harvard Leadership Conference: , intends to be both a physical and virtual environmental space in which the Harvard Graduate community, encompassing all 12 Harvard Graduate Schools, will be exposed to and actively engage in the foundations and practice of collaborative leadership skills. The conference emphasizes three keys areas: Skills, Studios, and Speakers.
A Sneak peek at this week's upcoming  edition (Feb 25-March 3) featuring the 2013 Harvard Leadership Conference!

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The 2013 Harvard Leadership Conference is a participatory, active and engaging conference. The Conference Organizing Committee is utilizing technology, the Internet and the concept of spaces to create an arena in which the experience of collaboration can be maximized for conference participants. Everything from the flow of conference participants in the physical space, to how to connect participants in the virtual space, to the topic areas for participants to discuss in the intellectual space, has been considered.

A Sneak peek at this week's upcoming  edition (Feb 25-March 3) featuring the 2013 Harvard Leadership Conference!

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The 2013 Harvard Leadership Conference is a participatory, active and engaging conference. The Conference Organizing Committee is utilizing technology, the Internet and the concept of spaces to create an arena in which the experience of collaboration can be maximized for conference participants. Everything from the flow of conference participants in the physical space, to how to connect participants in the virtual space, to the topic areas for participants to discuss in the intellectual space, has been considered.

The Harvard Leadership Conference was recently  (The Student Newspaper of the Harvard Kennedy School) in the February 11th, 2013 edition!

Brian Smith at Harvard Leadership Conference

Yesterday I met up with some college friends who had just come back from the Harvard Taiwan Leadership Conference (HTLC). Listening to their stories about the conference this year made me sad to have missed it and gave me a desire to reminisce and write something about it.