Volunteer

Haas Alumni Network

Serve on a Council/Board

Berkeley-Haas has three primary alumni volunteer boards as well as several research center boards.

Haas Council

The Haas Council is comprised of alumni and students who serve as ambassadors communicating with classmates (or fellow alumni at their corporation) about year-round activities, engagement opportunities, lifelong learning programs, career services, and annual giving to the school. These volunteers also guide the planning and priorities of the Haas Alumni Network (HAN).

The council meets formally twice a year to network, hear key school updates, learn from faculty, and share ideas. View a list of roles, calendar of events, and current council members.

Contact: volunteer@haas.berkeley.edu

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Executive MBA Alumni Advisory Council

Formed in 2012, the Executive MBA Alumni Advisory Council provides suggestions to the Haas School for the Berkeley Executive MBA program. Council members share insights from classmates and peers; develop ideas for recruiting, marketing and networking; and build bridges between the BCEMBA community and the new EMBA community.

For more information, contact: Tenny Frost, Executive Director, Alumni Relations & Development, frost@haas.berkeley.edu

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Haas Alumni Diversity Council

Council members support efforts to enhance diversity within the Berkeley-Haas community. Founded in 2012, the Council brings together a dozen alumni who represent all degree programs and a variety of professional experiences. The Council meets three times a year to provide feedback to the diversity director and the dean.

The Council is a forum to discuss, analyze, and share their insights and experiences. Volunteers discuss experiential learning programs, curriculum, the school's culture, and social networking platforms as they relate to enhancing diversity at Berkeley-Haas. Its members will "interpret the business community" for the school to ensure we understand how our efforts will be viewed by different business sectors.

For more information on the Council, please contact Eric Abrams

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Berkeley-Haas Center Boards
  • The Center for Responsible Business is supported by a senior advisory board, an alumni board, and student advisory board who all play a vital role in our success. Board members primarily serve in three key capactities: strategic advisor, corporate responsibility expert, and advocate for the CRB.

    To learn more, contact the CRB Executive Director at respbus@haas.berkeley.edu.
  • The Center for Nonprofit and Public Leadership' s advisory board works closely with Nora Silver, Faculty Director, to design and shape curricula, programs, events and services. Invitation only board.

    To get more involved with CNPL volunteer opportunities, contact Cathy Garza, Director of Alumni Engagement, cathy_garza@haas.berkeley.edu.
  • The Lester Center for Entrepreneurship's advisory board comprised of leading members of the business community. Invitation only board.

    To get more involved with the Lester Center, contact Andre Marquis, Executive Director at marquis@haas.berkeley.edu.
  • The Center for Young Entrepreneurs at Haas (YEAH) is guided by two boards - the Executive Board and the Advisory Board. Members give of their time, talent and treasure to develop support and capacity for YEAH in a variety of ways. The Executive Board primarily provides financial support and budget oversight in order to keep YEAH viable and free of charge for the target audiences. The Advisory Board primarily provides input on YEAH curriculum development, including connecting YEAH programs to Haas core course offerings and corporate and community resources.

    For more information, please contact yeahadmin@haas.berkeley.edu.
  • The Fisher Center for Real Estate & Urban Economics has relied on its 230 member Policy Advisory Board for over 30 years for financial support to grow and sustain its education, research and outreach programs. The center's board meets twice annually for a two-day retreat in Monterey, California. At these gatherings, Center researchers and academics, public policy leaders, and business leaders find a better understanding of perspectives on real estate and economic issues. Board members are also invited to participate in many of the center's activities including classroom lectures and student career advancement, public conference speaking engagements, and research initiatives. Policy Advisory Board memberships are renewed annually.

    For information about Policy Advisory Board membership, contact:

    Kenneth T. Rosen, Chairman
    Fisher Center for Real Estate & Urban Economics
    University of California, Berkeley
    Haas School of Business, Bakar Building, F-602
    Berkeley, CA 94720-6105
    510-643-6105; krosen@haas.berkeley.edu

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