September 27, 2023
5:30-7:30 p.m. ET
Event Type
MadTree Brewing,
3301 Madison Rd, Cincinnati, OH, 45209, United States
This Is a Past Event

Calling all Cincinnati-based Harvard alumni! 

On Wednesday, September 27, alumni around the world will come together to welcome members of the Class of 2023 to their new cities! Harvard alumni who graduated between 2013 and 2023, from the College or any of the graduate schools, are invited to participate.

Whether you are new to the area or have called it home for years, the Harvard community is your community—so we hope you will join us on September 27! Register with your LinkedIn profile or other social media accounts to see who's coming and connect with others before, during, and after the event.

This event is family and dog friendly! The club will provide appetizers and there will be beer, wine, cocktails, mocktails, and soft drinks available for purchase.

Harvard Club of Cincinnati
Kate McAnaney Molinsky AB '89
Attendance Policy
Registration required

Who's Coming (13 + guests)

Kate Molinsky
Harvard College
Associate General CounselFirst Student, Inc.
Long-time Harvard Club Board member and former HAA Director for Ohio. I am looking forward to seeing old friends and new! Thought I would miss but my conflict just cleared!
Cynthia Williams
Harvard Graduate School of Design
ArchitectCynthia Williams Architect
I am an architect specializing in residential projects. In my free time I enjoy stargazing and volunteering at the Cincinnati Observatory and I sing in my church choir. I am a former Harvard Club of Cincinnati President Board member, and Schools Committee Chair, as well as the former Regional Representative to the HAA from our region. I enjoy meeting other Harvard alums!
Edward Horgan
Harvard College
Sean Pollock
Harvard Graduate School of Arts & Sciences
Wright State University
Graduate of Harvard's Russian Research Center (AM '96) and doctoral program in History (PhD '06). Currently teaching at Wright State University and publishing on Russian imperial history. A past president of the HCC (2020-22). Look forward to seeing fellow alumni at MT.
Elise Foster
Harvard Graduate School of Education
Executive CoachLeadership Potential Consulting
Katie Nappi
Harvard College
I recently retired from Procter & Gamble after a 25 year career in consumer insights/market research. And I recently stepped off of the Harvard Club of Cincinnati board after 20+ years serving in various role, include President and Treasurer. Enjoying time off, recharging my batteries and plotting my second act!
Gillian Benet Sella
Harvard College
Principal HarpCincinnati Symphony Orchestra
I perform with the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra and teach at Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music at University of Cincinnati. I am on the Board of the Harvard Club and am a Past President.
Ty Hogan
Harvard Kennedy School
Economics Professor University of Cincinnati
Small Business Owner, Economics Professor & Passionate Non-Profit Leader. A 2023 graduate of HKS, I’m considering running for state or local office.
Stephanie Moffat
Harvard Business School
Florin Despa
Harvard Medical School
ProfessorUniversity of Kentucky - Lexington, KY
I'm Professor in the Departments of Pharmacology and Neurology, Co-Chair of the UK Research Alliance for Reduction of Diabetes Associated Microvascular Dysfunction (ADAM) and the founding Director of The Research Center for Heathy Metabolism. My laboratory in collaboration with the University of Kentucky’s Alzheimer Disease (AD) Research Center and UCL Queen Square Institute of Neurology identified amyloid-forming amylin secreted from the pancreas as a contributing factor to brain microvascular and AD pathologies, in both sporadic and early-onset, familial AD. Despa laboratory integrates biochemical investigations of human tissues with clinical data, physiological analyses and in vivo phenotyping using genetically engineered rodent models to delineate amylin-related nodal regulatory points at the blood-brain interface that could guide therapeutic strategies for reducing/ reversing amylin-mediated pathologies.

3 anonymous registrants prefer not to be listed.