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Joe Moriarty

12/27/2017
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Joe Moriarty is a first year HBS student who grew up in Medina, New York. Joe is the founder of a new HBS club, BIGS (Business Ideas For Generational Shifts) that focuses on finding business opportunities around long-term demographic changes. During his chat with Madeline and Brett, Joe talks about where he grew up, the industries he worked in, and how those shaped his thinking about work and his life’s purpose today. Hosted by Madeline Keulen and Brett Neustadt Produced by Tim Shi,...

Duration:00:15:45

Barbara Gonzalez

12/20/2017
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Barbara Gonzalez is a second year HBS student from Mexico City and is currently one of the only two Mexican female students on campus. In this episode Barbara shares with us what motivated her growing up to apply to HBS and what drives her here to be a role model to aspiring women in Latin America. She talks about her vision of the future for Latinas in education and the workforce as well as her work with the LatAm Club of HBS to attract more Latin American women to the university. Hosted...

Duration:00:16:46

Henri Pierre-Jacques

11/26/2017
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Henri Pierre-Jacques is a first year HBS student and the co-founder of Harlem Capital Partners. Originally from Detroit, most recently from New York, Henri is working on increasing the number of minority founders through investing in early-stage startups. Find more about the Harlem Capital Partners on: http://harlem.capital/ Hosted by Madeline Keulen and Brett Neustadt Produced by Tim Shi, Imola Pinter, and D. R. Rockwell Sponsored by the Harvard Business School Student Association

Duration:00:17:55

We Are HBS Teaser

11/19/2017
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We Are HBS is student run podcast that gets in-depth with the most important component of the HBS community: our people. We get the real story of what our students did before they stepped foot on campus and how their experiences shaped them into what they are today.

Duration:00:01:05