The Harvard Business School Club of Northeastern Ohio was founded in 1921 as the HBS Club of Cleveland, and it is the oldest HBS alumni organization in the world.  With over 500 alumni, the Club makes HBS a life-long source of learning, resources, and tradition through:

  • sponsoring monthly events for unparalleled continuing business learning,
  • connecting with old friends and business acquaintances and making new ones,
  • providing local career assistance,
  • promoting community development through financial and intellectual support,
  • hosted the 2001 HBS Global Alumni Conference (only held five times in North America),
  • hosted a seminar, “Strategic Perspectives in Nonprofit Management,” for 70 local nonprofit executives in 2017,
  • and much more!

Next Event

January 11, 2019

Breakfast Event: Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland Presentation

Ellis Tallman Executive VP & Director of Research, Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland Discussion on “Fighting Financial Crisis: Learning From The Past” Ellis Tallman in his position as executive vice president and director of research is responsible for advising the Bank’s president on monetary policy & related matters, setting the research direction, selecting & developing staff, and…