Claudine Gay has been elected to become the 30th President of Harvard University. As written by Penny Pritzker, Chair of the Presidential Search Committee, Claudine

 is a remarkable leader who is profoundly  devoted to sustaining and enhancing Harvard’s academic excellence, to championing both the value and the values of higher education and research, to expanding opportunity, and to strengthening Harvard as a fount of ideas and a force for good in the world. As the Edgerley Family Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences since 2018, and previously as Dean of Social Science, Claudine has brought to her roles a rare blend of incisiveness and inclusiveness, intellectual range and strategic savvy, institutional ambition and personal humility, a respect for enduring ideals and a talent for catalyzing change. To read the full article in the Harvard Gazette about Claudine and her various roles to date, please click HERE