People

Hakeem  Angulu

Hakeem Angulu

Harvard Foundation Intern
Class of 2020

Hakeem grew up in Kingston, Jamaica before coming to America to finish high school and go to college. He is a joint concentrator in Computer Science and Statistics with a secondary in African and African-American Studies. He is now devoted to promoting critical, helpful, and respectful dialogue within diverse communities like Harvard College.

Dr. Ali S. Asani

Dr. Ali S. Asani

Professor of Indo-Muslim & Islamic Religion & Cultures
Chair of Department of Near Eastern Languages & Civilizations, Harvard University
Barker Center 305
12 Quincy St.
Cambridge, MA 02138
p: (617) 495-5755
Dr. Leo Buchanan

Dr. Leo Buchanan

Audiologist, Harvard University Health Services
Director of Audiology, University of Massachusetts Medical School
Eunice Kennedy Shriver Center
200 Trapelo Road
Waltham MA 02452
p: (617) 495-2068
Cengiz Cemaloglu

Cengiz Cemaloglu

Harvard Foundation Intern
Class of 2018

Cengiz is a senior at Harvard College, pursuing a joint concentration in Social Anthropology and Government, with a secondary in Philosophy, and a language citation in Mandarin Chinese. He was born in Baku, Azerbaijan; raised in Istanbul, Turkey; and lived in Hong Kong, just before coming to Harvard. His research is mainly focused on capitalism, religious ethics, business culture, and phenomenology, and he is of the firm belief that Harvard Foundation is one of the rare institutions that can truly act based on first principles, and realise subjectively positive changes through the implementation of social theories and philosophies of justice.... Read more about Cengiz Cemaloglu

Jasmine Chia

Jasmine Chia

Harvard Foundation Intern
Class of 2018

Jasmine is from Bangkok, Thailand and is a prospective concentrator in Government and Economics. Her passion for diversity inclusion stems from her belief in the importance of interracial cooperation in increasing social capital to generate economic and human development. The awareness of issues of social justice is imperative in addressing humanitarian concerns that transcend cultural borders, and she hopes to find ways to redefine the "common good" of Western conception to be one that accommodates all races, genders and cultures in a 21st century that demands social change. 

Tom  Conley

Dr. Tom Conley

Abbott Lawrence Lowell Professor of Visual and Environmental Studies and of Romance Languages and Literatures
Department of Visual and Environmental Studies, Harvard University
p: (617) 495-3251