Non-HCRT Event: Lecture with Diane Hessen, MBA '77, "HOW AND WHY AMERICAN VOTERS ARE DIVIDED AND WHAT IT MEANS FOR THE FUTURE"
Join us on January 12th at 7pm for a fireside chat hosted by the Harvard Business School Association of Boston
The Harvard Business School Association of Boston, will host a virtual lecture on Tuesday, January 12th, with Diane Hessen, MBA ’77, Entrepreneur, Investor, Board Member & Columnist, who will discuss the findings of her 4 -year extensive research project, conducted to understand the American Voter. With a panel of 500 voters from all ends of the political spectrum, she collected nearly 7 million pieces of data and wrote over 50 Op-Eds about her insights for The Boston Globe.
In this non-partisan session, we will hear Diane’s perspective and learnings from her research on where and why we are divided, how Trump voters and Biden voters were thinking about the world, and how it will impact the future of our country.
What: Diane Hessen, MBA '77, on "HOW AND WHY AMERICAN VOTERS ARE DIVIDED AND WHAT IT MEANS FOR THE FUTURE"
When: January 12th, 7pm
Where: Online Discussion
Tickets: This event is free for members of HBSAB, and $15 for all other alumni. Register here.
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