Professor Regina Herzlinger, the first woman tenured HBS professor, is the keynote speaker for this year's Annual Meeting and Dinner. In this 50th year of HBS women MBA’s, she will share what it looked like for a woman on the inside at HBS.
Date: Wednesday, May 8, 2013
Time: 5:30 - 8:30 p.m.
Place: HBS, Williams Room in Spangler
The official Annual Meeting of the Harvard Business School Association of Boston happens only once a year, and we invite all HBSAB members, guests and friends of the Association to join us. The evening begins with a reception
to meet up with friends, old and new.
We'll sit down to dinner in the lovely Williams Room and will take time to reflect on our progress as a club over the past year, hear brief updates on HBSAB business from volunteer Board Members, and the HBSAB members will elect new members of the Board of Governors for the coming year as well as vote to approve new By-laws (please click here for information).
The capstone of the evening will be a signature address by our distinguished guest speaker, Professor Regina Herzlinger, the Nancy R. McPherson Professor of Business Administration.
"From Inside of the Ivied Walls of HBS" will be the topic of Professor Herzlinger's address - what it meant to be the first tenured woman HBS professor - framed within the context of the ongoing celebration of the 50th Anniversary of the first HBS woman MBA.
Professor Herzlinger's keen perspective from the inside will include her personal stories of trials and tribulations, and successes and near-misses that comes along with being a pioneer in a field that was dominated by Harvard men. You will not want to miss Professor Herzlinger.
Please join us for this special once a year meeting and dinner. All are welcome to attend, and your registration is kindly requested by April 30th.
|President's Club: Two Free Night on the Town Dinners Per Membership Year
|HBSAB Member: $90
|Guest of HBSAB Member*: $90
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Wednesday, May 8, 2013
5:30 - 6:30 PM
Check-in and Reception
International Cheese Display
Grilled Shriimp with Saffron Aioli
Butternut Squash & Scallion Pancakes with Hoisin Sauce
Curried Chicken Satay with Cucumber Raita
Select Wine, Beer and Soft Drinks
6:30 - 7:30 PM
Dinner and Business Portion of Meeting
Salad: Haricot Vert, Arugula, Aged Ricotta with Lemon Vinaigrette
Entree: Thyme Rubbed Chicken Breast, Baby Turnips and Spring Onion
with Asparagus and Fingerling Chips
Sweet: Lemon Chiffon Terrine Layered with Strawberry Mousse
Served with Strawberry Compote and Whipped Cream
Select Wine, Beer, Soft Drinks, Coffee and Teas
7:30 - 8:15 PM
Professor Regina Herzlinger Keynote and Q+A
8:15 - 8:30 PM
Harvard Business School
Williams Room in Spangler
60 Harvard Way Boston, MA 02163
Parking is included and is located in the HBS Campus Lot;
Enter Batten Way or Gordon Road
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Regina E. Herzlinger
Nancy R. McPherson Professor of Business Administration
Regina E. Herzlinger is
the Nancy R. McPherson Professor of Business Administration at the
Harvard Business School. She was the first woman to be tenured and
chaired at Harvard Business School and the first to serve on a number of
corporate boards. She is widely recognized for her innovative research
in health care, including her early predictions of the unraveling of
managed care and the rise of consumer-driven health care, a term that
she coined. Money has dubbed her the “Godmother” of consumer-driven
Her views on health care were most recently profiled
in an interview with Managed Care Magazine and Brazil’s Gestão em Saúde
Diagnóstico. She is currently completing three text and cases books on
Innovating in Health Care for the life sciences, health care insurance,
All of her health care books have been best sellers
in their categories. Market Driven Health Care (Boston: Perseus, 2000)
is widely viewed as a transformational work for its introduction of the
concepts of health care focused factories, which provide integrated care
for diseases and disabilities, and the need for a governmental health
care transparency agency. Her latest book, Who Killed Health Care? (NY:
McGraw-Hill, 2007) was profiled in a full-page article in The Economist.
Her prior book, Consumer-Driven Health Care: Implications for
Providers, Payers, and Policymakers (San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 2004),
received a research award and its research results were profiled by The
Wall Street Journal and Managed Health Care Executive.
Herzlinger briefed the Majority of the U.S. House of Representatives on
health care at their annual retreat. She has won the Consumers' for
Health Care Choices Pioneer in Health Economics award, the American
College of Healthcare Executives’ Hamilton Book of the Year award twice,
the Healthcare Financial Management Association’s Board of Directors
award, and Management Accounting’s research prize. She was inducted as
an honorary fellow by the American College of Physician Executives and
Managed Healthcare named her one of health care’s top ten thinkers. In
recognition of her work in nonprofit accounting and control, she was
named the first Chartered Institute of Management Accountants Visiting
Professor at the University of Edinburgh. She has delivered many keynote
addresses at meetings of large health care and business groups and been
selected by students as one of the outstanding instructors of the
Harvard Business School’s MBA Program.
Professor Herzlinger has
served on the Scientific Advisory Group to the U.S. Secretary of the Air
Force and as a board member of many private and publicly-traded firms,
mostly in the consumer-driven health care space.
Regina Herzlinger received her Bachelor’s Degree from MIT and her Doctorate from the Harvard Business School.
has been married to Dr. George Herzlinger, her MIT classmate, for 46
years. Both their children graduated from Harvard College. Her daughter
is an Endocrinologist; her son, a business man, is a decorated Infantry
Captain in the U.S. Army who after two tours in Iraq, graduated from
Harvard Business School.
Wednesday, May 8 2013
5:30pm - 9:30pm [ iCal ]
Williams Room in Spangler, HBS
60 Harvard Way
Boston, MA 02163
Look Who's Coming:
Lauren Alviti, HBS Alumni Office
Stuart Berzin, The Sharma Group - Merrill Lynch
Kenneth Brown, Safe Hydrogen, LLC
Patricia Connolly, The Connolly Network LLC
Paul Edelman, Edelman & Associates
Alaina Flaherty, HBS Alumni Office
Bernie Heine, Professional Business Coaches
Barry Horwitz, Horwitz & Co LLC
Christopher Keefe, Nixon Peabody LLP
Pam Lassiter, Lassiter Consulting
Sandra Lawson, HealthDataViz, LLC
Katie Martin, HBS
Barbara McGill, Medicare NewsGroup
Sally Millwood, HBSAB
Janet Nicholas, Dassault Systemes
Paul Nicholas, Millivision
Steve Perry, Securitas
... a total of 80 guests.