HARVARD COLLEGE EUROPEAN BUSINESS GROUP

Featured Speakers

Sangu Delle

CEO at Golden Palm Investments

Nail Olpak

President of Musiad

Josep Borrell

Former President of the European Parliament

Wolfgang Petritsch

Permanent Representative of Austria to the United Nations

William R. Kerr

Professor of Entrepreneurial Management at Harvard Business School

Alberto Festa

President of Bulgari America, Professor of Luxury Management at LUISS University

Alexander Görlach

Founder of The European Magazine, Senior Advisor to the Berggruen Institute

José Manuel Martínez Sierra

Professor for the Study of European Union Law and Government, Director of RCC

About Us

We are a group of Harvard students interested in Europe
Connect America & Europe

Led by Co-Presidents Richard Dunn and Jack Stone, The Harvard College European Business Group (EBG) is dedicated to providing the Harvard Student body with knowledge about the European business environment, economic climate, investment opportunities and politics affecting the business sector of Europe. Furthermore, the EBG seeks to give students the opportunity to explore different career paths in the region and to connect with representatives of leading companies from the continent in sectors such as finance, consulting, manufacturing and more. The EBG will also create a space where students with the same interests can meet and learn from each other. We will achieve our goals through organizing guest speaker events, discussions, seminars, conferences, social activities and through other channels.

Meet The board of directors

of the Harvard College European Business Group

Richard Dunn

President
Richard is a senior in Leverett House studying the Classics, with a focus in Ancient Greek and Latin literature. He joined EBG in Fall 2016. Richard is deeply interested in European business and political affairs and looks forward to leading EBG’s initiatives this year.

Jack Stone

President
Jack is a senior in Quincy House concentrating in Economics. A native of Los Angeles, he is very interested in international business, including media, energy and finance. He speaks Spanish, French, Arabic, and Portuguese and hopes to utilize his linguistic ability in working abroad.

Andrew Sterne

Treasurer
Andrew is a senior studying Economics. Originally from San Francisco, Andrew has always had a strong interest in learning about businesses and what makes them successful. After living in Spain for a summer, he has been particularly fascinated by the relations of European economies.

Jennifer Horowitz

Director of Design and Marketing
Jennifer is a senior at Harvard concentrating in Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations. Originally from Los Angeles, Jennifer joined EBG in Fall 2016. She maintains a strong interest in European business and political affairs.

Reed McMurchy

Director of Corporate Strategy
Reed is a senior studying Government. Raised in Connecticut, he is very interested in the intersection of national security and business. He has worked at Lockheed Martin and focused upon Eastern European defense policy.

Robert Lowe

Director of Educational Programming
Rob is a junior from Pacific Palisades, California studying History and Economics. He is a member of the lightweight rowing team. Rob is interested in the European history, business, and politics.

Andrew Wilkins

Director of Capital Origination
Andrew is a senior in Adams House concentrating in History.

George Solodko

Director
George is a sophomore in Adams House concentrating in Economics with a secondary in Statistics. Originally from Kiev, George speaks Russian, German, and Spanish. He is exceptionally interested in European financial markets, energy, gas and oil sectors.

Frederick Johnson

Director
Freddie is a Sophomore in Quincy house concentrating in History. Raised in Jupiter, Florida he is interested in European history and policy.

Margaret Berry

Director
Margaret is a sophomore in Mather House, concentrating in History & Literature (with a focus on European studies), with a secondary in Economics and a citation in Spanish. Growing up in Italy, Colorado, and now with her family in London, Maggie has fostered an interest in learning the mechanisms behind the economic world in Europe.

Raphaëlle Soffe

Director
Raphaëlle is a sophomore in Currier House studying Social Studies. A dual British-French citizen, she speaks French, Mandarin, and Welsh. Raphaëlle has worked on federal policy for New York Governor Cuomo in DC and recently taught a seminar on Brexit in Shanghai.
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