Gene Corbin enjoys meeting students trying to find their place in public service at Harvard College, faculty interested in getting more involved or finding intersection with coursework, and community members with ideas on how public service at Harvard College could address needs.
He manages the Phillips Brooks House (building, staff, and financial resources) and provides support, coordination and strategic planning for the robust array of public service opportunities at Harvard College. He works closely with residential communities and organizes advisory groups such as the FAS Standing Committee on Public Service and the National Advisory Board for Public Service at Harvard College.
Gene is a native Texan with vast experience in public service including: international development in Haiti and Vietnam; teaching; directing nonprofit organizations; and community organizing. Gene received a Pforzheimer Fellowship to complete his M.P.A. degree at HKS in 2001.
1 Harvard Yard,
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