Members of the Harvard Club of Japan are kindly invited to Harvard University ALI program in the evening of Tuesday Dec. 5th.

ALI which was formed by Faculty from various professional schools of Harvard including Business, Education, Government, Law, Medicine and Public Health is the only University wide program, whose purpose is to prepare experienced leaders to take on new challenges in the social sector.

As Lynda Gratton indicated in her book Life Shift, we are facing much longer life in the world which suffers from social issues such as poverty, global health, environmental degradation and poor access to basic education.

ALI program offers experienced leaders an excellent opportunity to explore what he/she can do to make a great impact on solving these social issues.

In the evening, we will have three Japanese ALI participants including two ALI alumni who will share their experiences of ALI and what they have been doing in the social sector after ALI and one ALI participant who will start at ALI from January 2018.

We are hoping that the evening will give both experienced leaders and rising leaders an opportunity to learn about ALI and to get inspired by these three Japanese ALI participants. You are also welcome to bring your friends.

More information about the ALI program:

The event is co-sponsored by ALI and HBS Japan Research Center.


Date and Time: Tuesday, December 5, 7:00pm-8:45pm (Door opens at 6:30pm)

Venue: Conference Room No. 1+2,

Academyhills, 49th floor of Roppongi Hills Mori Tower 


Admissions: Free

Language: English

Registration: Please register from the link below.



I hope many of you can come to this event, which is the first of its kind offered in the world.


Nobuo Sato

Executive Director

Harvard Business School Japan Research Center

Roppongi Hills Mori Tower 49F (Academy Hills) P.O.Box 83

6-10-1 Roppongi, Minato-ku, Tokyo 106-6149 Japan

Tel: +81-3-6434-5791| Fax: +81-3-6434-5792 |E-mail: