But Berwick also possesses a gift far rarer: the ability to lead and change large organizations.
New Orleans native Cristina Ortiz ’10 and Richard Carapezza of Salt Lake City may hail from different parts of the country, but it was clear that the two regulars at the Cambridge Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints had more than religion in common.
María Carla Chicuén ’10 and Antonio may have grown up just blocks away in Havana, Cuba, but it took a Harvard invention to bring them together.
The number of Harvard seniors who intend to join the workforce next year and have found employment by graduation rose from 58 percent last year to nearly two-thirds for the Class of 2010.
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