Charles Cornish and Andy Freed named to the Board of Governors as Directors
April 3, 2019 – At the Club’s 111th Annual Meeting and Dinner on Wednesday, April 3, 2019, Matthew G. Hegarty ’82 was named President of the Harvard Club of Boston.
Mr. Hegarty has been a member of the Harvard Club of Boston since 1983, most recently as Vice President of the Board. He also serves on the Athletic Committee, Foundation Committee, and was the Chair of the Budget/Finance Committee. Mr. Hegarty has been a Board member since 2010. Professionally, he has spent the last 25 years in cyber security, enterprise technology and operations in the healthcare and financial services industries and hs served on the board of directors for private financial institutions, and as a director/officer for several nonprofit organizations. He serves as a Harvard Alumni Association director.
Mr. Charles F. Cornish (Charlie) joins the Board of Governors as a Director and has been a member since 2010 when he was introduced to the Harvard Club by his cousin and fellow Board member, John Cornish. Mr. Cornish plays squash at the Club and serves on the Food and Beverage Committee as well as the Audit Committee. Professionally, Mr. Cornish is an Assurance Manager at PwC Boston serving Asset Management clients.
Also elected to the Harvard Club of Boston Board as Director is Andy Freed, a member of the Club since 2013 and a four year letter winner at Harvard who remains very involved in Harvard Athletics, currently serving as Chair of the Harvard Varsity Club. Professionally, Mr. Freed 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. Mr. Freed serves on several area Boards with a particular focus on the health care space.
About the Harvard Club of Boston
The Harvard Club of Boston is a private club established in 1908 to encourage the social, intellectual and athletic interests of our members, to promote the welfare of Harvard University, to assist students with financial aid, and to foster the Harvard Spirit in all Harvard men and women. The organization maintains two clubhouses: one in the Back Bay neighborhood in Boston, and one in the Financial District. Members of the Club have access to exclusive events, dining opportunities, and athletic facilities in the two locations. With approximately 5,000 members, the Harvard Club is one of the City’s premier private clubs and has been named a Platinum Club of America and a Platinum Club of the World.