Jon has led client engagements with a breadth of organizations from startups to Fortune 50 companies, including UnitedHealthcare, Pepsico, Sun Life Financial, and the City of Boston. He leads experience and service design for Continuum, a global innovation design consultancy.
Steven D. Cohen
Steven is an internationally known expert on leadership communication, executive presence, and persuasive speaking. He is an accomplished scholar and dynamic trainer who has brought research-based insights to companies in a wide range of industries. He is a long-time instructor at the Harvard Division of Continuing Education.
Clara Angelina Diaz-Anderson
Clara Angelina Diaz-Anderson is the founder of ClaraFying Coaching and Consulting Institute, where she supports leaders internationally to make systemic and lasting change through improved DEIB practices. She also served as an instructor, facilitator, and coach at Harvard Business School in the inaugural course Interpersonal Dynamics Labs.
Michelle is the founding partner of Acuity Partners, a boutique consultancy in Chestnut Hill, MA. She helps clients develop effective business, marketing, and communication strategies. Michelle received her MBA from Harvard Business School and a Master of Science in Applied Mathematics from Stanford University.
Emily F. Epstein
Emily served as associate faculty at Harvard Law School’s Program on Negotiation and adjunct faculty at the Georgetown University Law Center. She specializes in teaching negotiation, facilitation, mediation, and communication skills. She is the founder of Oakbay Consulting and a lecturer of law at the University of California Berkeley School of Law.
Mark teaches at Harvard Extension School and is a Professor of Business and Economics at Hult International Business School. He is recognized internationally as a top global thought leader in matters relating to The Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR), the changes, and opportunities that technology will bring to a variety of industries.
Jon is an instructor at Harvard Extension School, where he teaches graduate-level courses in business strategy and behavioral economics. Previously, Jon was vice president of executive development and global head of EMC University for EMC Corporation, an 80,000-employee technology company.
Mary is a faculty member at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health and brings 25 years of industry experience into her strategy and IT management classes. She also directs multiple executive education programs, including Leadership Development for Physicians in Academic Health Centers, and the Program for Chairs of Clinical Services.
After a career as a professional soccer player in Italy, Carlo moved into a fast-advancing career in the hospitality industry managing hotels and resorts in Italy, Tanzania, Kenya, Maldives, Egypt, and Ukraine. He is an expert practitioner of self-organization principles and a certified Holacracy Facilitator.