There's so much more to the Harvard club than meets the eye.
You may know us by name and heritage, but there’s so much more to the Harvard Club than meets the eye. We’re not just a club, we’re a circle of friends, family, colleagues, past and present classmates.
Our philosophy is simple: belong. Whether you stop in for a networking event, a special dinner, a quick workout or just a relaxing evening, you’re sure to make connections—and memories—that extend far beyond our walls. Our history may come with traditions but it’s our members who shape our thriving community every day.
A Tradition of Excellence
Platinum Club of America
Once again, the Club Leaders Forum has awarded us the prestigious distinction of Five Star Platinum Club of America. Given only to the top 4% of private clubs nationwide, it’s a recognition we strive for year after year as a source of pride for ourselves and a sense of value for our members.
Platinum Club of the World
The Club Leaders Forum has also awarded us their highest honor: Platinum Club of the World. This is the pinnacle of recognition for private clubs, and we are honored to be among the short list of clubs spanning 34 countries.
Our Historic Back Bay Clubhouse.
Immerse yourself in tradition at the Back Bay Clubhouse. With a classic interior spanning six floors, this historic location on Commonwealth Avenue offers elegant restaurants, function rooms, and overnight accommodations. It also serves as the home to our fitness center and squash courts.
The best thing about the Club’s monthly cocktail party is the friendliness – seeing old friends and meeting new people.
The Easter buffet was delicious and so many offerings; the thought the price was very reasonable. The Easter Bunny was fun and friendly – a hit every year!
The service staff is exceptional. Also the kitchen staff does an amazing variety of superb dishes.
The food was excellent, my friends and I had a great evening with other members at our table and will continue to go to these great monthly parties.
To be the social, intellectual, and athletic hub of Harvard alumni and our
affiliated community in the Greater Boston area.
New & Noteworthy
2023 June Bulletin Now Available
What a glorious Harvard Commencement Season! Congratulations to the 9,000 plus graduates of the Class of 2023! It was wonderful to see all the events during commencement in their splendid glory with all the traditions that make Harvard, Harvard. We’ve… Read more »
2023 May Bulletin Now Available
Spring in New England has arrived, and the weather continues to be a consistent mystery. Here at the HCB, the weather is forecast to be sunny with comfortable temperatures. We’ve had a great series of member events in April, and… Read more »
April 2023 Bulletin Now Available
On Tuesday March 28, the Harvard Club of Boston made history. The names of Harvard University alumni who have served as Presidents of the United States, Vice Presidents of the United States, United States Senators, Supreme Court Justices and Massachusetts… Read more »
Marcus O.P. DeFlorimonte Managing Partner, Hampstead LLC
House Committee Chair
Marcus O.P. DeFlorimonte, PMD'95
Managing Partner, Hampstead LLC
Marcus is a real estate investor and developer in Boston. He has spent almost 20 years developing residential property in Jamaica Plain, Roslindale and West Roxbury neighborhoods. Prior to building his real estate business, Marcus had a 20-year career in general management and crisis management in the government and non-profit sectors. He has served as a director and officer for several not-for-profit organizations. At present, Marcus serves on the Board of Trustees for the Museum of Science and the Academy of the Pacific Rim Charter School. Marcus also serves on the Board of Directors for the Boston Police Activities League and Incarnation Center. Member since 1995, Athletic Committee, Budget and Finance Committee, Membership and Marketing Committee, Board since 2013, House Committee Chair since 2018.
Susan Kendall Senior Associate VP of Finance | Babson College
Susan Kendall ’81, HKS ’99
Senior Associate VP of Finance | Babson College
Susan has spent over 30 years in public finance, including service as Treasurer of the Town of Belmont, Head of Boston Office for Moody’s Investors’ Service, and now as Senior Associate VP of Finance at Babson College. Susan is a National Board Member of Women in Public Finance, Co-Founder and Vice President of Boston Women in Public Finance, Trustee and Past President of the Treasurers’ Club of Boston, Past President of the Boston Municipal Analysts’ Forum and also served on the NFMA’s Board of Governors. Susan is a mezzo-soprano in the Boston Symphony Orchestra’s Tanglewood Festival Chorus, Chorus pro Musica, The Copley Singers and The New World Chorale. Member since 2014, Member Engagement Committee since 2016, Budget and Finance Committee, Chair, Board since 2018, Vice President since 2020.
Jillian is Senior Vice President at UBS Private Wealth Management where she has been advising high-net-worth individuals and families for over a decade. She focuses on complex transactions including global families and cross-border wealth, business succession and executive compensation. Jillian grew up playing squash at the Club and was excited to continue the tradition when she moved back to Boston in 2009 and became a member. As captain, she led the Women’s 2.5/3.5 team to victory as league champions in 2015. Jillian is active in Boston’s nonprofit community and serves on several boards. She and her husband Andrew were married at the Club in 2015. Member since 2009, Athletic Committee Chair, Nominating Committee, Board since 2016, Vice President since 2020.
Edward Matson Sibble Senior Partner, Goodwin Procter LLP
Edward Matson Sibble, Jr. ’73
Senior Partner, Goodwin Procter LLP
Mat has practiced law for over 35 years. He manages his firm’s leveraged finance practice area and works with a broad range of clients, including banks, private equity sponsors, public companies, private companies and not-for-profits. He has served on numerous not-for profit boards. Member since 1977; Board since 2010, Secretary since 2013.
Michael F. Cronin Managing Partner, Weston Presidio
Michael F. Cronin ’75, gb’77
Managing Partner, Weston Presidio
Michael has been in the private equity industry for over 35 years and in 1991 co-founded his firm which has managed $3.5 Billion in private equity investments. He has served on numerous Boards of both private and public companies. He has served on the boards of several nonprofits including Harvard University’s Board of Overseers and Harvard Student Agencies, Inc. Member since 1986, Director since 2004, Club Treasurer since 2010.
Dr. Juan J. Carmona Business Development and Operations Management at Philips Research North America
Dr. Juan J. Carmona, Ph.D., g’10, ph’10, ph’14, m’16
Business Development and Operations Management at Philips Research North America
Dr. Juan J. Carmona g’10, ph’10, ph’14, m’16 is a biomedical scientist and research operations professional with over a decade of experience leading cross-functional teams spanning industry, academia, clinical institutes, and hospitals. His work has encompassed multiple disease and therapeutic areas, including oncology and infectious disease. He completed his scientific education and training at Harvard, where he earned a PhD in cell and developmental biology, a Master of Public Health in family and community health, and a Master of Bioethics focused on the ethics of genomic data in industry and healthcare. While in the Harvard system, he was awarded the prestigious Alonzo Smythe Yerby Postdoctoral Fellowship at the Chan School, where he later became an independent NIH-funded Visiting Scientist. Dr. Carmona has worked professionally at the Brigham and Women’s Multi-Regional Clinical Trials Center, specializing in data ethics and tailored clinical study designs in collaboration with pharmaceutical and biotechnology leaders; he has also worked at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, managing clinical study compliance and the licensing of intellectual property in partnership with startups related to Dana-Farber. Presently, Dr. Carmona is based at Philips Research North America, where he has contributed to award-winning work in new product development, research and business development, competitive intelligence, and risk management. A member of the Harvard Club of Boston since 2003, Dr. Carmona has served on several committees: House Committee (2020-Pres.); Fine Arts Committee (2020-Pres.); Committee to Affirm Respect and Equity Standards (CARES) (2020-Pres.); Facility Planning Committee (2019-Pres.); Data Task Force (2019-2020); Member Engagement Committee (2018-2020); and the Membership & Marketing Committee (2016-2017). Board member since 2021, House Chair since 2022.
Anthony Consigli Chief Executive Officer, Consigli Construction Co.
Anthony Consigli ‘89
Chief Executive Officer, Consigli Construction Co.
Anthony Consigli is the chief executive officer of Consigli Construction Co., Inc. where he leads the fourth-generation company that has grown to include over 1,300 employees across seven regional offices. Anthony, along with his brother, has transformed the company from a local contractor to a $1.2 billion company and one of the largest construction management firms in the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic. Notable projects include the Harvard Smith Campus Center and renovations to the Harvard Lowell and Winthrop Houses. Anthony’s philanthropic and community efforts include his role on the board of directors of the Consigli Foundation, the Milford Regional Medical Center Foundation and the Norman Rockwell Museum. Anthony holds a B.S. in Economics from Harvard University. Member since 2008, Board since 2020.
Charles Cornish Assurance Manager, PwC Boston
Charles F Cornish
Assurance Manager, PwC Boston
Charles F Cornish (Charlie) is an Assurance Senior Manager at PwC Boston serving Asset Management clients. Charlie grew up in Carlisle, MA, attended the Brooks School in North Andover (class of 2006) before attending Lehigh University for college (class of 2010). Charlie was formally introduced to the club by his cousin John Cornish and joined the Club as a legacy member in the fall of 2010, following in the footsteps of his grandfather John Cornish. John was a singles and doubles squash champion of the Harvard Club many times. Charlie also plays squash at the club and serves on the club’s House Committee as well as Audit Committee. Charlie and his husband John have a son, Parker (born Sept 2017) and a daughter, Olivia (born July 2019) and live in Sudbury, Massachusetts. Member since 2010, Board since 2019.
Andy Freed CEO of Virtual, Inc.
CEO of Virtual, Inc.
Andy is the CEO of Virtual, Inc., a professional services firm focused on technology consortia, standards bodies and associations, having been with the company since shortly after its launch in 1999. He serves on several area Boards with a particular focus on the health care space. He was a four- year letter winner and Captain at Harvard and remains very involved in Harvard Athletics, having served as Chair of the Harvard Varsity Club, an organization dedicating to supporting the nation’s largest intercollegiate athletics program. Member since 2013, Co-Chair, Member Experience Committee, Board since 2019.
Michael Gaines Health Care Initiative Director, Harvard Business School
Michael Gaines gb’96
Health Care Initiative Director, Harvard Business School
Michael has spent the last 25 years in both U.S. and global biotech and pharmaceutical organizations as a senior commercial leader focused on development of commercial launch strategies for compounds in both early and late-stages of clinical development. Michael obtained his undergraduate degree in Economics from Boston College and an MBA from Harvard Business School. Michael returned to HBS to join the administration with a particular focus on amplifying faculty health care research, creating health care career development programs for students, and supporting alumni through lifelong learning and networking. Michael has been a member of the club since 2014 and has served on the Membership Marketing Committee since 2018, Board since 2020.
Martin J. Grasso, Jr. Director
Martin J. Grasso, AB 1978
Martin has been a private investor/asset manager for his entire career focused on new enterprise development in the technology and healthcare industries. He currently serves as a Managing Director of a venture debt investment management company and as Chief Commercial Officer of a precision health care company focused on treating and developing cures for patients suffering from rare diseases. Martin’s professional history includes serving on the boards of numerous developing/growing companies. Over a span of fifteen years, Martin served as the Chair of multiple municipal boards in the Town of Swampscott, Massachusetts. Martin’s Harvard volunteer journey includes serving on each of his quinquennial Harvard College reunion committees (including as Co-Chair of the 25th Reunion Committee) as well as a long tenure on the Harvard Alumni Association Board of Directors, culminating in his service as President in 2016-2017. He also serves on the Harvard endowment Advisory Committee on Shareholder Responsibility. A Harvard Club of Boston member since 1974, Martin is a grateful recipient of a Harvard Club of Boston scholarship and is pleased for the opportunity to give back to the Club by serving as an elected Director of the Club’s Board of Governors since 2020.
Courtney L. Jacobovits
Courtney Jacobovits gsd ‘16, MIT'22
Courtney L. Jacobovits has been a member of the Harvard Club of Boston since 2017. She has served on the House, Member Engagement, Author Series, and Boston’s Most Influential Women planning committees. Courtney and her husband co-led the Club’s first Passover Seder in 2018.
Professionally, Courtney has served the City of Boston as the Director of Planning and as a Senior Urban Planner with the Boston Planning and Development. She began her career as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Morocco. She is on the board of the Boston Society of Architects/AIA and an advisor to Arts Connect International and the Northeastern School of Public Policy and Urban Affairs. She received her bachelor’s degree from Northwestern University (2009), her master’s from the Harvard Graduate School of Design (2016) and her MBA from MIT’s Sloan School of Management, Class of 2022. Board since 2020.
Sarah Karmon Associate Vice President and Executive Director, Harvard Alumni Association
Associate Vice President and Executive Director, Harvard Alumni Association
A longtime member of the Harvard community, Sarah Karmon became Associate Vice President and Executive Director of the HAA in January 2023, after serving for four years as the HAA’s deputy executive director. In that role, she oversaw all operational aspects of the HAA, working with colleagues from across the Schools and central administration in support of Harvard’s 400,000-plus alumni around the world.
As Associate Vice President and Executive Director, Karmon is responsible for the strategic direction of the HAA and leads a network of more than 17,500 alumni volunteers. She is tasked with leading the engagement and stewardship of an inclusive, University-wide alumni community, supporting the evolution of a global network and introducing new ways to connect alumni through technology. As part of this work, Karmon oversees the HAA’s extensive programming and engagement initiatives and events, including Harvard Alumni Day and College reunions, as well as leading staff who support the many Harvard Clubs, shared interest groups, lifelong learning programs, online services, and worldwide alumni events.
Karmon joined the HAA as the Senior Director of University-wide Affairs in August 2016. She also served as Special Assistant to the Presidential Search which resulted in the appointment of Larry Bacow as Harvard’s 29th President in February 2018. Prior to joining the HAA, Karmon worked for four years as the Chief of Staff in the Office of the Provost at Harvard University. She began her career at Harvard in 1999 in the University Development Office and is a graduate of Vassar College. Club member since 2023; Board since 2023.
Dr. Elizabeth A. Micci Managing Director, Citizens Schools
Dr. Elizabeth A. Micci, Managing Director, Citizens Schools
Managing Director, Citizens Schools
Elizabeth designs and implements new education strategies and structures for public and private schools in the U.S. and internationally. As part of her doctoral research at Harvard, she led the secondary school redesign at The Harbour School, an innovative international institution in Hong Kong. She successfully managed this advanced program for two years after completing her degree. Prior to that, she co-founded and administered an academy within the César E. Chávez public high school in southeast Houston. The Chávez Prep academy prepared students to gain acceptance to major universities and excel. Presently, Elizabeth is a Managing Director at Citizen Schools, a national nonprofit that provides 21st century pedagogical models and training to public school teachers. Elizabeth holds a Doctor of Education Leadership from Harvard, a MA in English Literature from Middlebury College, and a BA in Business Administration and English Literature from Washington and Lee University. She currently serves on the Advisory Board for the Harbour School of Hong Kong, the Parish Council at Our Lady Help of Christians Church in Newton, the Board of Directors for the Belmont Dramatic Club, and is a lifelong figure skater. Member since 2021, Board since 2022.
Debbie Millin CEO, UpperLevel Solutions
Debbie Millin, gb'22, amp
CEO, UpperLevel Solutions
Debbie Millin is CEO of UpperLevel Solutions supporting rapid-growth companies, and was the founding Chief Operating Officer at Globalization Partners/G-P, the industry-leading global employment platform. She grew G-P from 3 people to 1,000+, revenue from $17 million to $1 billion in annual recurring revenue and a $4.2 billion valuation in less than 6 years. Debbie has led two separate companies to achieve the honor of the #1 fastest growing private company in Massachusetts, and helped G-P achieve many awards for growth, company culture, and innovation, including FastCompany’s World Changing Ideas, and Crunchbase Female-Led Unicorns of 2022. Debbie serves on multiple committees at the Harvard Club, including Budget and Finance, Membership Experience, and currently chairs the Ambassador Program. She is a member of the Board of Trustees at the Museum of Science, the Advisory Board for Special Olympics of Massachusetts, and serves on the company boards of Neosoma and The KUR Method. Debbie graduated with honors from Bentley University and is an alumna of Harvard Business School (AMP202). Club member since 201; Board since 2023.
Amy Norton Acting Associate Pastor at United Parish Brookline
Amy Norton dv'16
Acting Associate Pastor at United Parish Brookline
Amy is an ordained minister in the United Church of Christ and currently serves as the Associate Pastor at The United Parish in Brookline. Amy attended seminary at Harvard Divinity School and graduated with an M.Div, with a focus in economics and Christian ethics. Prior to HDS, she attended Tufts University where she received her BA in French, sang in the Tufts Amalgamates, and played on the Tufts Women’s Rugby Team. During seminary, Amy also served as a hospital chaplain and worked for the Edinburgh Interfaith Association in Edinburgh, Scotland. Amy has been a member of the Club since 2014, and co-chairs the Young Member Committee. Board since 2018.
David E. Rodriguez, Jr. Corporate Strategy & Venture in MedTech
David Rodriguez YG'12
Corporate Strategy & Venture in MedTech
David’s career has spanned various strategic roles in the healthcare industry. Currently, David works in Corporate Strategy and Venture Capital for a leading public MedTech company where he is focused on identifying new areas of innovation and growth. He has served on several non-profit boards. Member since 2012, avid squash player, lifelong learner, and serves on the on the House and Athletic Committees. Board since 2018.
Jan Saragoni President, Saragoni & Associates
Jan Saragoni ks''89
President, Saragoni & Associates
Jan is President of Saragoni & Company, a Boston-based communications consultancy specializing in media relations, crisis communications and issues management. Active in a variety of educational and non-profit organizations, Jan is Chairwoman of the Board of Trustees of the Massachusetts College of Art and Design and sits on the editorial advisory board of the Kennedy School of Government Magazine as well as the advisory board of the Boston Public Market. She has served on the boards of the Massachusetts Convention Authority, the Massachusetts State Lottery Commission, the Massachusetts Women’s Political Caucus and the Executive Committee of Save Venice, Boston chapter. Before launching her firm in 1996, Jan was director of marketing for the Hynes Convention Center, director of communications for the Massachusetts Department of Public Works and an assistant press secretary in the Mayor’s Office of Communications, City of Boston. As a correspondent for the Associated Press, she covered local news and politics in Louisiana, Mississippi and Georgia. Jan earned a B.A. in American Studies from Amherst College and an MPA from the Kennedy School. She also attended Cape Cod Community College and completed a program of advanced studies at the University of Perugia, Italy. Jan chairs the Membership Engagement Committee and has been a Club member since 1995.