HBSANC Club membership is open to all HBS alumni. Members of the larger Harvard community (I.e. faculty, alumni, spouses) interested in joining please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. To be a member of Alumni Angels or Forums, all HBS alumni must first be a member of the HBSANC. Membership to Alumni Angels is also open to Harvard graduates and others in the angel investing community. If you are not a HBS alumn and are interested in an Angels membership, please contact https://www.hbsangelsnc.com/
Please visit our membership page or contact email@example.com
The HBS Association of Northern California is a 501(c)(3) and HBSAANC (Angels) is a under the HBSANC 501(c)(3). If you purchased a Club and/or Alumni Angels membership, all of your membership fee is fully tax deductible under the law.
All the info about your membership is available in your Account, which you can access by logging in. You will find your expiration date by clicking on your face in the menu bar and going into your Profile - Memberships section. Your membership will autorenw unless your card is no longer valid or you opt out when you receive your reminder email.
All alumni in the San Francisco Bay Area have an account that contains specific Club interests, activities, and more, which can be found by logging in here. Additional information includes Club membership status,event attendance, volunteer engagement, as well as contact data provided to us by HBS through the HBS Alumni Directory. The Club’s account is, however, separate from the profile found in the Directory. The Club’s profile is not public.
No, they are an independent organization. We do cross promote each others events and occasionally co-sponsor events. Only members of the HBSANC are entitled to member prices for events sponsored by our clu.b
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
We love venue recommendations! We typically look for corporate spaces that accommodate 40 to 100 people. For more information, please contact email@example.com.
Please visit www.hbsangelsnc.com to learn more about our Angel investing opportunities. Please visit https://www.hbssup.org to learn more about our StartupPartners program. HBS Alumni Angels provide a forum for interesting early stage companies at a fund raising stage to present. However HBS Alumni Angels is not a fund, does not do crowd sourced fundraising, nor does it provide investment advice or recommendations.Any due diligence, negotiation or investment activity conducted by members or officers of HBSANC or HBS Alumni Angels is conducted solely as an individual on their own accord as an accredited investor, not as an officer or representative of HBS, HBSANC or HBS Alumni Angels.
Please contact our Chief Administrator Randi Curhan at firstname.lastname@example.org for Club Leadership Roles open, Cooksie Giannini for help with Gala Fundraising Dinners Steering Committee roles at email@example.com and VP of Volunteer Services Anna Wong at firstname.lastname@example.org to volunteer for events .
Alumni Forums are groups of 8-12 HBS alums who will help you think through your personal and professional challenges. Forums are open to Club members, only.
Please contact Francine Miltenberger, Regional Chair for the Peninsula Women’s Circles, for more information about joining Alumnae Circles. Francine Miltenberger MBA 1983.
Alumni interested in updating or creating a new HBS Username should contact the Office of Alumni Affairs at HBS: 617-384-5977 or Alumni_records@hbs.edu. Club staff are not authorized to create or update HBS Usernames.
Q: Why am I being asked to sign into HBSANC with my LinkedIn username and password?
A: Because HBSANC and HBS are concerned about privacy and accuracy in the alumni database we share. Proper login security protects the privacy of everyone in the database. A single sign for each individual is necessary to properly track membership, attendance and importantly avoid duplicate profile information. It eliminates need to have unnecessary additional credentials
Q: What data is being shared with LinkedIn?
A: None other than the fact that you logged in to a LinkedIn Partner site. Data is flowing from LinkedIn to HBSANC platform not in the reverse.
Q: Is HBSANC being paid to feature LinkedIn?
Q: Do your store LinkedIn credentials?
A: No. HiveBrite does not store LinkedIn credentials. Your browser should be saving your passwords. You can bookmark the HBSANC site and allow your browser to store your LinkedIn credentials for the HBSANC site. This makes it very easy to use.
Q: Where did the data come from that was initially in my profile?
A: Contact info and education data came from HBS iModules database. LinkedIn synchronizes the following: last and first name, profile picture, summary, current position(s), company and industry (if specified in LinkedIn) When the user synchronizes his/her profile with LinkedIn, a pop-up window will appear with the info retrieved from LinkedIn. If this company field remains blank the user can add a new company and its details. You can edit out anything you do not want to synch. If you want to know more about it, there is an article about LinkedIn synchronization: https://developer.linkedin.com/docs/fields/basic-profile
Q: What are the advantages to LinkedIn login?
Q: Why does HBSANC sometimes require a Captcha robot check?
A: This is a LinkedIn security requirement When security risks are higher, given our focus on security of the alumni database, this is to prevent robot created profiles and hacking of the database.
Q: Why did HBSANC not develop its own security log in protocol and single sign on technology?
A: This is a very difficult engineering problem give current security challenges on the Internet which is beyond our resources and those of our platform provider. This is a challenge even for HBS.
Q: Is there any way to sign on without LinkedIn credentials?
A: Not at this time.
Q: Why am I being asked to share my credit card information with Stripe?
A: Stripe is our preferred credit card processor and provides technology to make subsequent purchases much easier. It is a liability for organizations to store constituents’ sensitive data like credit card information and Stripe is rated most secure in the payment gateway industry.