Apr 15

Book Awards for High School Juniors

Each year, the Cornell Club of Greater Miami and the Florida Keys has awarded books to South Florida area high school students of high academic achievement who have demonstrated leadership and academic excellence.

Schools are invited to participate by nominating a member of the current junior class who has demonstrated the attributes of the award. The faculty of each school determines the recipient for their school. Several different criteria are used to select which high schools are invited. The book award is a way to encourage greater interest in Cornell by prospective students and to increase our visibility.

This year, the following high schools are participating:

Felix Varela High, Miami Sunset High, Miami Palmetto High, Alonzo and Tracy Mourning High, Coral Gables Senior High, Miami Edison Senior High, Miami Country Day School, South Miami Senior High, Ransom Everglades School, Dr. Michael Krop Senior High, MAST Academy, Samuel Scheck Hillel Community Day School, Miami Killian Senior High, Carrolton School of the Sacred Heart, Belen Jesuit Preparatory School, Christopher Columbus High School, Our Lady of Lourdes Academy, Palmer Trinity School, Design & Architecture Senior High (DASH), Mater Academy, and Riviera Preparatory School.

The book awarded to each student is The Elements of Style by William Strunk, Jr., and E. B. White, fourth edition.

CAAAN members and other Alumni are encouraged to present the awards at the schools’ Spring award celebrations in May and June and in the Fall in August and September.  If you wish to participate in presenting the awards, please contact Juan Alayo at jalayo@alayo.com

Apr 04

South Florida FIRST Robotics Regional Competition VIP Reception

The All Ivy Plus Group

Hosted by The MIT Club of South Florida

Invite South Florida All Ivy alumni and their families to

South Florida FIRST Robotics Regional Competition VIP Reception


Real Robots. Six Robots at a Time Playing A Robot Three on Three game.

Bring your Kids. Bring your Grand Kids.

Join fellow All Ivy Plus alums for an unforgettable family friendly experience:

 Date: TueSaturday April 5. 10 AM – 12 noon

Location: Hall A of Ft Lauderdale Convention Center

Ft Lauderdale Convention Center, 1950 Eisenhower Blvd. Ft Lauderdale, FL

Parking: Parking is in the Convention Center parking garage which is accessed from Eisenhower Blvd off of the 17th street entrance to Port Everglades.


Below so that we can reserve a seat for you and your guests:


 Additional information: http://www.firstinflorida.org/



Apr 02

Cornell LGBT Alumni, Families and Allies Reunion

ReunionCornell LGBT Alumni, Families and Allies Reunion

Join us as the Cornell University Gay and Lesbian Alumni Association (CUGALA) presents the first-ever, all-class LGBT Alumni, Families, and Allies Reunion on June 5-8, 2014. Held as part of Cornell Reunion Weekend, this gathering includes an expert panel discussing the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn parts of the Defense of Marriage Act; the Human Sexuality Collection’s 25th anniversary and its new exhibit, Speaking of Sex; a wedding and vow renewal ceremony officiated by Ithaca Mayor Svante Myrick; forums; breakfasts, cocktail receptions and dinners; a Saturday night party; and opportunities to reconnect with old friends, meet new ones and strengthen ties to Cornell.

EVERYONE is invited. To register, go to https://reunion-registration.alumni.cornell.edu/. The early bird deadline is May 10th and registration closes on June 3rd at noon. We hope to see you in June for a very special reunion for LGBT Cornellians and their families and allies.

 Questions: E-mail us at lgbtreunion@cornell.edu

 Sincerely yours,

 Scott Pesner ’87

Reunion Chair

E-mail: sjp17@cornell.edu

Apr 02

Cornell Club @ Baynanza Biscayne Bay Clean-up

Service T-shirt BackThe Cornell Club of Easter Florida, Greater Miami, Fort Lauderdale & Boca Raton

Cornell Club @ Baynanza Biscayne Bay Clean-up

Enjoy a great day by the Bay at the Baynanza Biscayne Bay Cleanup Day. Join thousands of volunteers and help clean of one of our most precious natural resources: Biscayne Bay.

Dress: Please bring sunscreen, a hat, canvas work gloves, closed toe shoes, insect repellant, water, and snacks.

Location: Matheson Hammock Park – 9610 Old Cutler Rd. Coral Gables, Florida.  \We will meet at the parking lot before the guard gate.

 Date: Saturday, April 26 at 9:00am

 Registration deadline:  April 24, 2014. For event registration questions, please contact Donna Carl at dc37@cornell.edu

 For event questions, please contact Malcolm B. Wiseheart III, Esq. at (305) 285-1222 or mwiseheart@innkeeperlaw.com

Apr 02

Admitted Student Reception

CAANThe Cornell Club of Easter Florida, Greater Miami, Fort Lauderdale & Boca Raton

Admitted Student Reception

Dear Cornell Club of Miami CAAAN Supporters,

Our committee received a total of 328 applications this season (includes Early Decision candidates), surely one of the highest applicant pools I have seen in my 7 years as CAAAN Chair. We were able to meet with nearly a quarter of these applicants, which is never enough, but given the number of volunteers we have at any given time which fluctuates quite a bit throughout the year given the nature of Miami’s very transient nature, we have done a great job. Many of us took on more than 5 applicants which is amazing!

The decision for admission will be sent to the candidates by March 28. Then, applicants will need to submit their enrollment decisions by May 1. Thus, this gives us an opportunity in April to meet with the admitted students before they make their final decision.

We are so fortunate that Helene Lindenfeld (a future member of the CAAAN Hall of Fame), has volunteered to host the Admitted Student Reception at her residence

Location: At the home of Helene Lindenfeld ’79 and entering AAP student Ariella Lindenfeld ’18 (Address will be provided in registration confirmation e-mail.)

Date: Sunday, April 6, 2014; 3 pm – 5 pm

RSVP for address information: helenelindenfeld@aol.com

Click here to register:


Mar 31

Wharton Club of South Florida: Annual Corporate Growth Event

Posting 11-25-2013

Wharton Club of South Florida

In association with South Florida Business Journal

Annual Corporate Growth Event

Sponsored by Sabadell

Guest Speaker: Serge Elkiner, Chief Executive Officer and Co-Founder of YellowPepper


Location: Sabadell United Bank, 1111 Brickell Avenue, 30th Floor, Miami, FL 33131

Date: Tuesday, April 8th, 2014

6:00 PM – 7:00 PM: Reception and Networking
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM:  Presentation and Q&A

Cost for this event:
Wharton Club Members: No Charge (Members can register one additional guest at the member rate) 

EARLY BIRD RATE for Non-Members and Other Guests until 04/01/2014: $25.00 per person

Non-Members and Other Guests from 04/02 until 04/08: 35 per person

Click here to register:http://www.whartonsouthfla.com/article.html?aid=670

If you have any questions or encounter any difficulties registering, please contact Alexi Upchurch, Club Administrator at (786) 405-9865 or admin@whartonsouthfla.com

Serge Elkiner, YellowPepper: Serge Elkiner is the Chief Executive Officer and Co-Founder of YellowPepper. Recognizing the high level of cell phone penetration in Latin America and the Caribbean, Serge saw the potential for the deployment of a successful mobile payment ecosystem in the region. 

Through Serge’s leadership and innovative vision YellowPepper is leading the Mobile Payment and Banking revolution in Latin America, transforming smartphones into a mobile payment tool that simplifies, secures and empowers consumers.

In 2012, as he spearheaded the company into a new strategic direction, YellowPepper partnered with Colombia’s Credibanco in its launch of SOCIA, a new national payment system that will enable mobile payments in 100% of the installed POS/ATM infrastructure using YellowPepper’s mobile payment technology, positioning the effort as a model for other countries in the region.

Prior to his position at YellowPepper, Serge was Vice President of Business Development at HelloTech Technologies, an Israeli firm providing remote monitoring and mobile payment solutions for vending machines worldwide. He designed and implemented the company’s mobile offering and played an integral role in the launch of a pilot mobile system along with Aramark and Ed Dooley Vending.

Born and raised in Brussels, Serge has been politically active since the ripe age of 16 when he was selected as leader of one of Belgium’s largest youth movements. Serge Elkiner earned his B.S. in Accounting from Boston University.

About YellowPepper: Latin America’s Mobile payment pioneer is an emerging growth Company with the heart of a Start-Up. The Company is focused on transforming commerce in Latin America with Yepex, a mobile payment platform that provides financial institutions, corporations and merchants a means to revolutionize the purchasing experience. The Miami based company also offers customized solutions to top financial groups and corporations in the region that currently enable over 5 million monthly active users to execute over 30 million transactions. For more information, please visit www.yellowpepper.com.

Moderator: Mel Melendez. Mel Melendez is the South Florida Business Journal’s Managing Editor and Acting Editor-in-Chief. He holds an accounting degree from the University of Puerto Rico and a journalism degree from San Francisco State University.  Mel worked in banking and finance for 15 years before becoming a journalist.   

Mar 23

Harvard Business School Club of South Florida – Education: The Platform for Personal Success and Community Prosperity

HBSEducation: The Platform for Personal Success and Community Prosperity

Are we giving children the proper educational opportunities?

Are we providing equal educational access?


Dave Lawrence will address the power of early investment: The business case for early learning a nd its quite extraordinary ROI — not to mention that the whole future of our country is at stake.

Maxeme Tuchman will speak about educational inequity and the opportunity gap in America, Teach For Americas mission and role in education change, and the impact of Teach For America?s partnership with Miami-Dade County Public Schools.

Walter Secada will discuss national trends in K-12 Education. The press to improve education and to produce more students who are ready for careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics have resulted in a series of overlapping and sometimes conflicting initiatives and policies across federal, state and local levels. This short presentation highlights a couple of such initiatives and discusses how those pressures are being felt by local school districts.

Location: New World Center 500 17th. street Miami Beach, FL 33139

Date: Tuesday, April 1, 2014     

6:00 pm to 6:45 pm: Registration and networking

6:45 pm to 8:00pm: Panel presentation

8:00 pm to 8:30pm: Q & As

8:30 pm to 9:00pm: networking

Location: University of Miami School – Storer Auditorium. 5250 University Drive, Coral Gables, FL 33146

Cost for this event:
HBS Club of South Florida members (plus one guest): $20 per person
Harvard Club of Miami members (plus one guest): $20 per person
University of Miami Business School Graduates(plus one guest): $20 per person
Non-members/Other guests: $30 per person
Includes complimentary hors d’oeuvres, wine and soft drinks

Click here to register:http://www.hbssouthflorida.org/store.html?event_id=629

If you have any questions or encounter any difficulties registering, please contact Alexi Upchurch, Club Administrator at admin@hbssouthflorida.org

David Lawrence: David Lawrence Jr. retired in 1999 as publisher of The Miami Herald to work in the area of early childhood development and readiness. He is president of The Early Childhood Initiative Foundation and Education and Community Leadership Scholar? at the University of Miami’s School of Education and Human Development. He leads The Children’s Movement of Florida, aimed at making children the states top priority for investment and decision-making. He is a member of the Governors Children’s Cabinet and twice chaired the Florida Partnership for School Readiness. In 2002 and 2008 he led successful campaigns for The Children’s Trust, a dedicated source of early intervention and prevention funding for children in Mia mi-Dade. He is a board member of the Foundation for Child Development in New York. In 2002-3 he chaired the Governor’s Blue Ribbon Panel on Child Protection, and in 2011 he chaired a similar panel for the Secretary of the Department of Children and Families. In 2002, he was a key figure in passing a statewide constitutional amendment to provide pre-K for all 4 year olds. He is a board member and former chair of the Early Learning Coalition of Miami-Dade and Monroe. The David Lawrence Jr. K-8 Public School opened in 2006. An endowed chair in early childhood studies is established in his name at the University of Florida College of Education.

He is a graduate of the University of Florida and named “Outstanding Journalism Graduate” and subsequently from the Advanced Management program at the Harvard Business School. In 1988, he was honored with Knight-Ridder’s top award, the John S. Knight Gold Medal. His 12 honorary doctorates include one fro m his alma mater, the University of Florida. His national honors include the Ida B. Wells Award “for exemplary leadership in providing minorities employment opportunities? and the National Association of Minority Media Executives award for “lifetime achievement in diversity.” His writing awards include the First Amendment Award from the Scripps Howard Foundation and the Inter American Press Association Commentary Award. He chaired the national Task Force on Minorities in the Newspaper Business, was the 1991-92 president of the American Society of Newspaper Editors and the 1995-96 president of the Inter American Press Association. He was inducted into the Florida Newspaper Hall of Fame in 2010.

He has served the Miami Art Museum, United Way and the New World School of the Arts as chair, and is a life member of the University of Florida Foundation and a member of the national board of the Everglades Foundation. He also serves on the boards of Americans for Immigrant Jus tice and History Miami. He was the local convening co-chair of the 1994 Summit of the Americas. And he co-founded a non-profit vocational-technical school in Port-au-Prince, Haiti.

Maxene Tuchman: Executive Director, Teach for America Miami-Dade. Maxeme Tuchman was selected to lead Teach For America Miami-Dade in 2013. A proud Miami native and Teach For America alumna, Max brings incredible passion and enthusiasm to the critical work of partnering with Miami-Dade schools and community members to solve the problem of educational inequity.

Max became executive director as the regional organization began its second decade of work in the Miami community. With a team of thirty staff, three hundred corps members teaching in Miami-Dade classrooms, and another three hundred alumni in the region, Max leads the organization with a strategy to create and sustain excellent educational opportunities for all students in the same system of schools she attended. Today, Teach For America corps members reach more than twenty-two thousand local students attending thirty one schools with the greatest need in Miami-Dade County.

Max brings more than fifteen years of experience in public policy, education, and coalition building to her role. Her commitment to educational equity and service to under-resourced communities led her to roles in the New York City Mayor’s Office where she was instrumental in creating the NYC Service Office and the NYC Civic Corps service program, the DC Public Schools Office of Secondary School Transformation, the Harlem Children’s Zone, and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. As a 2004 Teach For America corps member, Max taught high school social studies at Miami Northwestern where she also coached the award-winning Urban Debate League team.

Max is a graduate of Miami-Dade County Public Schools and earned her master of business administration and master of public policy from Harvard University, and her bachelor’s degree from New College of Florida.

About Teach For America Miami-Dade: Teach For America works in partnership with communities to expand educational opportunity for children facing the urgent problem of educational inequality in low income communities. Founded in 2003 Teach For America Miami-Dade recruits and develops a diverse corps of outstanding individuals to teach in high need schools and become lifelong leaders in the movement to end educational inequity. Today more than three hundred corps members are teaching in twenty-seven Miami Dade public schools and another three hundred alumni remain in the region working across sectors to ensure that all children have access to an excellent education.

 Walter G. Secada: University of Miami, Professor of Teaching and Learning and Senior Associate Dean of the School of Education. Walter G. Secada is Professor of Teaching and Learning and Senior Associate Dean of the School of Education. A graduate of Miami’s Curley High School, he left Southeast Florida to earn a BA in philosophy (magna cum laude) from the University of Notre Dame and an MS in mathematics and a Ph.D. in education, both, from Northwestern University. Prior to coming to UM, Dr. Secada was professor of curriculum and instruction at the University of Wisconsin’s Madison; director of Diversity in Mathematics Education , a fellowship-training Center on Learning and Teaching funded by the National Science Foundation; director of teacher-training and technical assistance centers devoted to teachers of students who received federal funding through Title 1, migrant education, bilingual education, and/or American Indian education; and a former associate dean of the School of Education. As director of the U.S. Department of Education’s Hispanic Dropout Project, he was senior author of its final report, No More Excuses, which was released at a White House press conference by then-Vice President Gore and Secretary of Education Riley. Secada has been editor of the Review of Research in Education published by the American Educational Research Association (AERA); series editor for Changing the Faces of Mathematics published by the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM); and associate editor of the Journal for Research in Mathematics Education.

Since joining the University of Miami faculty in fall 2003, Professor Secada has been associate director and Co-PI of Promoting Science among English Language Learners (P-SELL) with a High-Stakes Testing Environment, an NSF-funded quasi-experimental study on effective science instruction for Haitian-Creole or Spanish-speaking third through fifth graders; associate director and co-PI of Science Made Sensible an NSF-funded fellowship training program that pairs doctoral students in the STEM fields (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) with middle-school teachers; director and PI of Language in Mathematics an IES-funded research and development project intended to create a professional development intervention that helps grade 4-8 teachers better teach mathematics to their English language learners; Chair of the Department of Teaching and Learning; and a member of the University’s Social Sciences Institutional Review Board.

Professor Secada’s research interests include equity in education, mathematics education, bilingual education, school restructuring, professional development of teachers, student engagement, and reform. A fluent speaker of Spanish, Secada has presented at major conferences in Chile and Peru; as well as throughout the United States, and in Thailand, Taiwan, Greece, Norway, England, Germany, and South Africa. As a senior Fulbright Fellow, Secada visited Lima and Arequipa, Peru where he served as a consultant to Universidad Catolica San Pablo in Arequipa and gave a series of presentations both there and at GRADE in Lima on higher education accreditation, the teaching of mathematics for understanding, and education research and development. He is a fellow and member of the American Educational Research Association; a lifetime member of the National Association for Bilingual Education and of the Fulbright Association; and a member of the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics.

Mar 23

Harvard Business School Club of South Florida: Seeking Nonprofits Who Would Like Strategic Help


Community Partners (CP) is a program of the Harvard Business School Club of South Florida (HBSCSF). Its mission is to create constructive partnerships between Harvard Business School alumni and nonprofit organizations in the South Florida community that are seeking assistance with business and management issues. We fulfill that mission by organizing teams of HBS alumni volunteers to provide pro bono consulting advice through well defined consulting projects addressing specific strategic issues.

The work is carried out by small teams (a project leader and 3 or 4 members) working closely together with the leadership and management of the nonprofit organizations in projects lasting 3 to 4 months. CP will work with the client organization to tailor each project to its specific needs. Projects have to be well defined with a clear scope and output.

The CEO or President and the Board of Directors of the nonprofit organiz ation play a critical role in the success of the CP projects. The client organization leadership is expected to invest the necessary time to meet with the project team on an ongoing basis and provide the required support and information to ensure the effectiveness of the consulting process. This involves at the outset outlining the history and objectives of the organization, helping the team understand the issues to be addressed, introducing the appropriate staff members and providing access to all relevant data. In order to carry out these activities effectively we have set a parameter for the client nonprofit organizations of a minimum $500,000 annual budget and 5 full time staff or equivalent.

By donating time and management skills, HBS alumni offer nonprofits access to the kind of professional expertise they may otherwise not afford. In return our alumni volunteers are given the opportunity to serve the community in which they live or work in a truly meaningful w ay.

If you are an organization interested in participating in this program, please click on the following link to complete our Community Partners Project Application Form:https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/3B6HB35. The deadline for completed applications is Friday, April 4, 2014.

The HBSCSF will review the applications and make its first selection in April 2014, based on the characteristics of the organization and the proposed project. This will be followed by meetings with the leadership of the selected institutions to get a deeper understanding of the organization and project goals and discuss the consulting process.

This will result in the final selection of the nonprofit organizations that will participate in the 2014 program. The HBSCSF will then introduce the chosen institutions and associated projects to our alumni volunteers. The last step will be to ensure the proper staffing of the teams, upon which the projects will be launched in June 2014.

If you have any questions please contact David Hausmann, who is the leader of the HBSCSF Community Partners activities at david@dhausmann.com.

Warmest regards,

Ricardo Newark
HBS Club of South Florida

David Hausmann
Program Leader
Community Partners

Mar 12

Wharton Club of South Florida: Annual Corporate Growth Event

Posting 11-25-2013

Location: Sabadell United Bank, 1111 Brickell Avenue, 30th Floor, Miami, FL 33131

Date: Tuesday, April 8th, 2014

6:00 PM – 7:00 PM: Reception and Networking

7:00 PM – 8:30 PM:  Presentation and Q&A

If you have any questions, please contact Alexi Upchurch, Club Administrator at (786) 405-9065 or admin@whartonsouthfla.com.

Additional details to follow!        

Mar 11

Harvard Business School Club of South Florida – 2014 South Florida Leadership Dinner


In Support of Scholarships for South Florida Non-Profit Leaders

Honoring the accomplishments of MICHAEL TILSON THOMAS

Founder and Artistic Director of the New World Symphony


Location: New World Center 500 17th. street Miami Beach, FL 33139

Date: Thursday, May 1, 2014

7:00 PM: Registration & Cocktail Reception
8:15 PM: Buffet Dinner
9:00 PM: Welcoming Remarks & Award Presentation

About the Honoree

Michael Tilson Thomas is Founder and Artistic Director of the New World Symphony, America?s Orchestral Academy; Music Director of the San Francisco Symphony; and Principal Guest Conductor of the London Symphony Orchestra. In addition to these posts, he maintains an active presence guest conducting with the major orchestras of Europe and the United States.

Mr. Tilson Thomas began his formal studies at the University of Southern California where he studied piano with John Crown and conducting and composition with Ingolf Dahl. At age nineteen he was named Music Director of the Young Musicians Foundation Debut Orchestra. He worked with Stravinsky, Boulez, Stockhausen and Copland on premieres of their compositions at Los Angeles? Monday Evening Concerts. During this same period he was the pianist and conductor for Gregor Piatigorsky and Jascha Heifetz.

In 1969, after winning the Koussevitzky Prize at Tanglewood, he was appointed Assistant Conductor of the Boston Symphony Orchestra. That year he also made his New York debut with the Boston Symphony and gained international recognition after replacing Music Director William Steinberg in mid-concert. He was later appointed Principal Guest Conductor of the Boston Symphony Orchestra where he remained until 1974. He was Music Director of the Buffalo Philharmonic from 1971 to 1979 and a Principal Guest Conductor of the Los Angeles Philharmonic from 1981 to 1985. He was Principal Conductor of the London Symphony Orchestra from 1987 to 1995.

His recorded repertoire of more than 120 discs includes works by composers such as Bach, Beethoven, Mahler, Prokofiev and Stravinsky as well as his pioneering work with the music of Charles Ives, Carl Ruggles, Steve Reich, John Cage, Ingolf Dahl, Morton Feldman, George Gershwin, John McLaughlin
and Elvis Costello. He recently completed recording the complete orchestral works of Gustav Mahler with the San Francisco Symphony.

Mr. Tilson Thomas? extensive television work includes a series with the London Symphony Orchestra for BBC Television, the television broadcasts of the New York Philharmonic Young People?s Concerts from 1971 to 1977 and numerous productions on PBS Great Performances. In 2004 Mr. Tilson Thomas and the San Francisco Symphony embarked on a multi-tiered media project ? Keeping Score ? which includes television, web sites, radio programs and programs in the schools, all designed to make classical music more accessible to a new audience.

In 1991 Mr. Tilson Thomas and the New World Symphony were presented in a series of benefit concerts for UNICEF in the United States, featuring Audrey Hepburn as narrator of From the Diary of Anne Frank, composed by Mr. Tilson Thomas and commissioned by UNICEF. This piece has since been translated and performed in many languages worldwide. In August 1995 he led the Pacific Music Festival Orchestra in the premiere of his composition Showa/Shoah, commemorating the 50th anniversary of the bombing of Hiroshima. Thomas Hampson premiered his settings of poetry by Walt Whitman, Ren?e Fleming premiered his settings of the poetry of Emily Dickinson and the San Francisco Symphony premiered his concerto for contrabassoon entitled Urban Legend. As a Carnegie Hall Perspectives Artist from 2003 to 2005, he had an evening devoted to his own compositions which included Island Music (for four marimbas and percussion), Notturno (for solo flute and strings) and a new setting of poems by Raine r Maria Rilke. Among his many honors and awards Mr. Tilson Thomas is a Chevalier dans l?ordre des Arts et des Lettres of France, was Musical America?s Musician of the Year and Conductor of the Year, Gramophone Magazine?s Artist of the Year and has been profiled on CBS?s 60 Minutes and ABC?s Nightline. He has won 11 Grammy Awards for his recordings. In 2008, he received the Peabody Award for his radio series for SFS Media, The MTT Files. In 2010 he was awarded the National Medal of Arts in a ceremony in the
White House.

About the HBS Social Enterprise Executive Program

Harvard Business School ?Strategic Perspectives in Non Profit Management (SPNM) is a six-day program that allows non profit leaders to examine and rethink their organizations and strengthen their capacity to improve the effectiveness of said organizations. Three key objectives are: 1) Understanding core management concepts: 2) Applying these concepts strategically; and, 3) Learning how to implement change within the organization. A central theme of SPNM is how change constantly affects the organization. Faculty and participants explore proactive methods of anticipating and mastering the evolving requirements of nonprofit leadership(HBS website).

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