Harvard Business School has announced the cohort of Executive Fellows for the 2022-23 academic year. With its largest cohort yet, 36, the Executive Fellows Program seeks to leverage the expertise of outstanding practitioners to enhance teaching and learning at the School. All fellows, including alumni, partner with at least one HBS faculty member to bring their business experience into the HBS community.
The fellows contribute to the School by working with faculty and M.B.A. students on curricular and co-curricular activities. These include, but are not limited to, co-teaching course sessions in the elective curriculum, offering career counseling and development coaching, co-leading Short Intensive Programs (SIPs), and delivering workshop sessions. They also bring their expertise to the School’s HBS Online and Executive Education programs by collaborating with faculty in case development and other research projects. Fellow appointments range from a few months to one year and may be extended.
“Since the inception of the Executive Fellows program, we have had the good fortune to engage with an impressive array of experienced practitioners who contribute in many ways to the HBS mission of educating leaders who make a difference in the world,” said Professor Len Schlesinger, chair of the program. “This cohort of Executive Fellows, our largest yet, will provide important, first-hand perspectives on real world challenges and opportunities that will enrich the learning of our entire community.”