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New Student Association Presidents Elected 2017-2018

Before HBS, Kevin worked for BP Chemical and Chevron Corporation as an instrumentation and electrical engineer. He grew up in Gadsden, Alabama, and attended Alabama A&M University, majoring in electrical engineering. He is married to his wife Devin.According to their campaign website, Kevin and his father launched The Ferguson & Son Foundation in 2012. The 501(c)(3) foundation has awarded nine students scholarships to pursue university education. The foundation also runs a six-week ACT preparation program for high school sophomores, at the end of which students take an official ACT exam for free. Over fifty students have learned about STEM careers through the foundation’s specific mentoring and workshop efforts. The other co-presidency candidate team was comprised of Allison Campbell (MBA ’18) and Phil Caruso (JD/MBA ’19). They distributed zany orange stickers across RC classrooms with quotes from Jean-Claude Biver as election material. Allison and Phil’s platform involved plans to hold the HBS management to account for the welfare and career prospects of the MBA cohorts. Two initiatives proposed were free coffee in Spangler for students and improving international student recruitment. Free coffee is currently being delivered at Harvard’s law and education schools for their graduate students, and the argument was made that HBS is financially better placed to deliver a similar service. Allison and Phil also argued that international students are currently disadvantaged through the current formal Career & Professional Development recruiting process. Firms recruiting through CPD must pay for each interview slot they offer, and may be reluctant to interview international students who may need visa sponsorship for full-time offers given

John Hintze (HBS ’18) is an RC from Section G. Prior to HBS, John was a visiting

student at Harvard GSAS, and worked in political campaigning and finance

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