What we believe – Harvard: the Alumni Community, the University, COVID-19, and identity and belonging.
A conversation and Q&A with the President of the
Harvard Alumni Association, Alice Hill

“Harvard belongs to all of us”
Join us for a conversation and Q&A with Dr Alice Hill, President of the Harvard Alumni Association. Hear about the impact that the current US and world crises are having on the Harvard community and beyond, and the role that Harvard and its alumni are playing. Consider with us how, as members of this community, we can
contribute in a meaningful way.

Alice Hill (AB ’81, PhD ‘91) is the President of the Harvard Alumni Association (HAA). She is the first Australian, first Canadian, first from the Asia Pacific region and the first from the southern hemisphere to serve as HAA President.  Before joining the HAA Executive Committee, she served as President of the Harvard Club of Victoria; Director for Australasia on the HAA Board; and as a member of the HAA Awards Committee.

Dr. Hill holds an AB in Economics and an MBA combined with a PhD in Economics from Harvard and an MSc in Economic History from the London School of Economics.  Her career began with the Government of Canada and has included the World Bank, the International Finance Corporation, McKinsey & Co, London Economics and Frontier Economics. She is the founder of the Melbourne based Early Years Education Program, which protects the early childhood development of vulnerable children.
Dr. Hill grew up in the Northwest Territories of Canada and now lives in Melbourne, Australia.

Background information:
A letter to the Class of 2020
Harvard Magazine profile
What I believe

Date:        June 23rd, 2020
Time:        5 pm to 6:30 pm, Australia Eastern Standard Time
Where:    Via Zoom. A zoom link will be sent to registered attendees before the event.
Bookings:     Hosted by the Harvard Club of Victoria. To register please click here (HCV members will need to log in first).