Dean of Continuing Education Nancy J. Coleman announces the appointment of two Harvard Extension School (HES) alumni as directors on the Harvard Alumni Association (HAA) Board of Directors.

Connie Askin ALB ’93 and Santiago Creuheras ALM ’00, ALM ’01 have both accepted the role of representing HES as an Appointed Director on the HAA Board of Directors for a three-year term. Askin, the former Harvard Extension Alumni Association Director of Development, currently serves as the Chief Executive Officer of the Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Massachusetts and MetroWest. Creuheras is a former HAA Elected Director and now the Deputy Minister for the Environment and Sustainable Energy, Ministry for the Environment-Mexico and Professor of Management at the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM). This Fall, he will be participating as a John F. Kennedy Fellow at Harvard Kennedy School.

Both began their appointments on the HAA Board on July 1, 2023.

The HAA Board of Directors is an advisory board that focuses on developing volunteer leadership, increasing and deepening alumni engagement through an array of programs that support Harvard alumni communities worldwide.

About Harvard Extension School

The Harvard Extension School, founded in 1910 and located in Cambridge, Massachusetts, is one of 12 degree-granting institutions at Harvard University. The school serves professional adult learners and offers more than 900 online and on-campus courses helping learners advance their careers and pursue their academic passion.

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