HCCC VP will participate in Harvard leadership development program for higher ed


Hudson County Community College Vice President for External Affairs and Strategic Initiatives Nick Chiaravalloti will participate in a Harvard leadership development program for higher education.

By John Heinis/Hudson County View

The Harvard Graduate School of Education’s “Organizational Change in Uncertain Times: A Leadership Program for Higher Education” was designed for higher education leaders who are responsible for change agendas.

HCCC will have Chiaravalloti will represent them in the program.

“Dr. Chiaravalloti serves as our liaison with federal, state, and local officials and the community at large,” HCCC President Dr. Christopher Reber said in a statement.

“He provides executive and administrative direction for the college’s legal affairs, and leadership in developing, supporting, and executing our priorities, so this opportunity is especially well suited to his work here.”

The four-week virtual institute is designed to assist college leaders preparing to meet change head-on, from developing initial strategy to implementation and evaluation.

The institute provides a synchronous, interactive learning experience for engaging with peers and Harvard Graduate School of Education faculty.

Participants will have the opportunity to use contemporary research and apply best practices to address specific challenges their organization may be facing. Program content includes live sessions, discussion boards, break-out sessions, and readings.

Chiaravalloti, a former state assemblyman, has been serving as HCCC’s Vice President for External Affairs and Strategic Initiatives, as well as senior counsel to the president, since 2017.

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