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NJCU Graduate Student Earns Harvard Business School Online Certificate and Joins Harvard Alumni Team to Win Boston Food Bank Innovation Award
Judith Crane, currently enrolled in the graduate Professional Management Accounting Certificate program, recently partnered with a small group of Harvard Business School online alumni in the New York/New Jersey area to participate in a Harvard Innovation Challenge. There were more than a dozen self-selected teams of Harvard alumni around the world who agreed to accept the Innovation Challenge to be involved with a project to “End Hunger by 2028” for the Greater Boston Food Bank (GBFB). The challenge was organized by Harvard Business School Online inviting local chapters from around the world to participate. Judith’s NY/NJ team presented the winning proposal as judged by Harvard faculty and representatives of the GBFB.
“It was an excellent opportunity to share my experiences and learn from others,” said Judith. “During the process, we diligently worked together, undertaking the research required and completing the final presentation. We were selected as finalists to participate in a live presentation. GBFB said all the finalists provided outstanding ideas, but our chapter presented the most effective proposal. It was a great achievement to be with a group that truly cared about the initiative and ultimately about serving the community.”