DINE-WITH-A-PROF: Charles Moran, JD
Monday, July 22, 2013 from 7:00 PM to 8:30 PM (EDT)
Harvard Extension International Relations Club
Come Dine-With-A-Prof this summer and interact in an intimate setting with professors teaching on a range of topics related to international relations. The topics run the gamut from economic cooperation and conflict to development and cultural topics from here to Japan and back.
The honorary dinner guest for this dinner is Professor Charles Moran who currently teaches “International Corporate Governance: Economic Theory in Practice” and also “Organizations, Management Behavior, and Economics” at the Harvard Summer School, and the dinner menu will be as follows:
- Steamed Pork Dumplings
- Vegetarian Bean Curd Rolls
- Kan Shue String Beans
- Seasonal Greens Sautéed
- Kung Pao Chicken
- Yu Hsiang Jumbo Shrimp
- Shredded Beef, Szechuan Style
- Sizzling Tofu
TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THIS WONDERFUL OPPORTUNITY!!!
Tickets are limited! The maximum number of dinner guests is 10 people. Reserve your seat now for only $20.00. *
About Charles Moran:
Charles Moran teaches “International Corporate Governance” and “Organizations, Management Behavior & Economics” in the Harvard Summer Program. During the academic year he teaches law, business and financial planning courses at the State University of New York-Cobleskill where he is the Director of the Financial Planning Program. He currently teaches an Honors course focused on non-linear thinking called “The Age of Possibilities.” He has held senior level executive and Board positions in financial services companies including a predecessor of JPMorgan Chase. He recently served as Chairman of the Board of the CFP Board of Standards, Inc. that oversees the 70,000 Certified Financial Planners in the United States. In 2011 he was included in a cover article in “Smart Money” magazine, a Wall Street Journal publication, as one of the Power 30 in Global Finance, along with the CEOs of Apple, JPMorgan & General Motors; the Chairman of the Federal Reserve Board, the IMF; and the Chancellor of Germany. He holds degrees from Princeton University in Sociology, The University of Michigan™ in Law and completed the Advanced Management Program at the Harvard Business School.
* All net proceeds will go towards the fulfillment of HEIRC’s mission during the 2013 - 2014 academic school year.
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