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Human Capital and Leadership

This category carries the fields that surround many organization’s most valuable resource: people.  An organization is a collection of people by nature, and to have an effective organization, there is a minimum capacity of collaboration and processes that people must possess.  Students within this pathway aim to examine the ways organizations and groups can become more effective by making the people within them better.

Career Opportunities

  • Talent Acquisition and Development
  • Human Resources Analyst 
  • Human Capital Consultant

Course Examples

  • OS 415: Networking
  • OS 495: Strategic Change through Managing Human Resources
  • MO 302: Leading People & Organizations

David Brystowski

Class of 2018

Christina Donovan

Class of 2018

Julie Furton

Class of 2018

Emily Hogan

Class of 2018

Nicole McAlvanah

Class of 2018

Lauren Reshef

Class of 2018

Meher Sabri

Class of 2018

Rachel Shuster

Class of 2018

Kenna Boyd

Class of 2019

Maria Cholack

Class of 2019

Jordan Gottlieb

Class of 2019

Josiah Himmelman

Class of 2019

Aviva Kahn

Class of 2019

Morgan Lerner

Class of 2019

Zoe Mankes

Class of 2019

Stella Mayer

Class of 2019

Rachel Samitt

Class of 2019

Rina Steinberg

Class of 2019

Sarah Birkbeck

Class of 2018

Sakinah Echols

Class of 2018

Austin Hatch

Class of 2018

Jaclyn Kolbert

Class of 2018

Yuka Naya

Class of 2018

Jon Rubenstein

Class of 2018

Nell Shuldiner

Class of 2018

Alexis Bernstein

Class of 2019

Sandra Charipper

Class of 2019

Carlie Cooper

Class of 2019

Maia Harrison

Class of 2019

Pasquale Infante

Class of 2019

Natalie Langnas

Class of 2019

Sydney Lieberman

Class of 2019

Erika Mannie

Class of 2019

Jason Rowland

Class of 2019

Jordan Schenker

Class of 2019

Jenna Weberman

Class of 2019