Herman B. "Dutch" Leonard is the Eliot I. Snider and Family Professor of Business Administration at Harvard Business School and the George F. Baker, Jr. Professor of Public Sector Management at Harvard's John F. Kennedy School of Government. He teaches extensively in executive programs at the Business School and the Kennedy School and around the world in the areas of general organizational strategy, governance, performance management, crisis management and leadership, and corporate social responsibility. He currently serves as faculty chair of the Strategic Perspectives in Nonprofit Management and Governing for Nonprofit Excellence Executive Education programs.
V. Kasturi "Kash" Rangan is the Malcolm P. McNair Professor of Marketing at Harvard Business School, where he served as chair of the Marketing Department from 1998-2002. He has taught in a wide variety of MBA courses, including the core first-year Marketing course and the second-year electives Business Marketing and Channels-to-Market. He has also taught marketing in the School's Advanced Management Program for senior managers. He currently co-teaches the second-year MBA elective course, Business at the Base of the Pyramid. Additionally, he is faculty chair of the Corporate Social Responsibility Executive Education program and teaches in a number of other focused executive programs, including Strategic Perspectives in Nonprofit Management.
Matt oversees the Initiative's strategic and operational goals, including MBA and executive education programming, alumni and practitioner engagement, and social enterprise faculty research and curriculum support. He manages the Initiative's operations, staff, and budget. Matt holds an A.B. from Harvard College and an MBA from Harvard Business School, where he served as Co-President of the Social Enterprise Club. Prior to re-joining HBS, Matt served as a senior leader on the Government Innovation team at Bloomberg Philanthropies, where he co-led the inaugural Mayors Challenge and oversaw initiatives on cross-sector collaboration, evidence-based government, and innovation teams in governments around the world. Previously, Matt served as a senior advisor to Boston Mayor Thomas M. Menino, having joined the Mayor's Office as an HBS Leadership Fellow. He also worked in the Special Advisor Program at the Federal Bureau of Investigation and led projects at Monitor Group and Bennett Midland for clients across the private, public, and social sectors.
Director of Programs
Margot Dushin joined the Social Enterprise Initiative in 1996. Margot plays a principal role in the Social Enterprise Initiative's MBA Program activities, working with prospective and current students interested in social enterprise, leading social enterprise field-based and career efforts, and helping practitioners interact with students in a variety of ways in order to meet their organizations' goals. Before joining Social Enterprise, she worked in the School's Marketing and Communications Office on publishing and technology projects. She graduated from Syracuse University with a dual degree in communications and English literature.
Keri Santos manages the Social Enterprise Executive Education programs, which are designed to provide practitioners with opportunities to enhance their management, governance, and entrepreneurial capabilities and to achieve high performance in their organizations. She also serves as the Initiative's business manager. Before joining HBS, Keri developed and managed a portfolio of educational internship and fellowship programs for the Environmental Careers Organization (ECO), a Boston-based nonprofit. Keri received a BA in Sociology from Cornell University.
Lindsay Durst is the Coordinator for the Social Enterprise Initiative. Lindsay helps support the core activities of the Social Enterprise Initiative. Before joining Harvard Business School, she worked in the Enrollment Services office at the Harvard University Division of Continuing Education. Lindsay has a BS in environmental science and is an alumna of AmeriCorps and National Outdoor Leadership School.