Harvard Business School MBA 2002 Portrait Project

“Sometimes easy questions aren’t so easy to answer. I asked classmates a question, which came from the last line of a poem by Pulitzer-Prize winning writer, Mary Oliver. Nearly 100 responded with inspiring words that show the diversity of the Class of 2002. The question was simple, and I only requested 200 words. But, some of us took almost a year to reply. So, why did we find it such a challenge? Well, you tell me, what is it you plan to do with your one wild and precious life?”
– Tony Deifell

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