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We the Possibility: How We Get the Government We Invent

Thursday, October 17 | 7:30 - 9 PM | ASEAN Auditorium, Cabot Center

Mitch Weiss is a Professor of Management Practice at the Harvard Business School and the Richard L. Menschel Faculty Fellow. He created and teaches the school’s course on Public Entrepreneurship—on public leaders and private entrepreneurs who invent a difference in the world. He helped build the Young American Leaders Program at Harvard Business School and is a senior advisor to the Bloomberg Harvard City Leadership Initiative. Mitch’s work and the Public Entrepreneurship course has been referenced in The Wall Street Journal, CNBC, Politico, and other outlets. Prior to joining HBS in 2014, Mitch was Chief of Staff and a partner to Boston’s Mayor Thomas Menino. In April 2013, he guided the Mayor’s Office response to the Marathon Bombings and played a key role in starting One Fund Boston.

This event is part of the Free Thinkers Lecture Series at Tufts’ Osher Lifelong Learning Institute and is supported by Tisch College. Find more information and register here.