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Executive Education at Harvard Kennedy School offers experienced professionals more than two dozen programs that address the most pressing issues in public leadership today. Leaders from the government, corporate, and nonprofit sectors around the world come to us for our renowned faculty and a dynamic curriculum that focuses on practical solutions for real-world problems. The result is a lasting transformational leadership experience. 

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Upcoming Programs
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Expanding Impact: Non-Governmental Organization Legitimacy, Advocacy and Partnerships

In a world of highly constrained resources, the ability of a nongovernmental organization (NGO) to optimize its impact on society requires both clarity of purpose and flexibility.

Financial Institutions for Private Enterprise Development (FIPED)

An intensive executive program – a practical guide to the financing of micro, small, and medium enterprises.


HKS Dean David Ellwood
Dean David Ellwood on the Harvard Kennedy School youtube channel talking about the value of Executive Education.

Joseph Nye on Smart Power
HKS Executive Education professor, university distinguished service professor and Sultan of Oman professor of international relations featured on HKS Insight Series discussing “Smart Power” in a “new era in geopolitics. 


Alumni Spotlight
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Video Profile of Harvard Kennedy School Alumni

Joseph Pfeifer, Senior Executives in State and Local Government 2006 and MC/MPA 2008, was the first fire chief on the scene at the World Trade Center on Sept. 11, 2001. Today, he is the Chief of Counterterrorism and Emergency Preparedness for the New York City Fire Department.

In this film, Pfeifer talks about attending the Executive Education course for Senior Executives for State and Local Government at Harvard Kennedy School and, later, returning for his MPA degree, and the key role his Harvard Kennedy School training has played in his career.

Ernie Almonte: Emphasizing the “P” in CPA

Ernie Almonte always starts his speeches with his business card. “How many of you have a business card in your wallet or pocket?” he asks an audience of his colleagues, waving his own card at them. “The most important part is on the back. My core values are listed there: integrity, reliability, independence and accountability.”

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