Media Experts

For media inquiries, please contact Daniel Harsha, Associate Director for Communications, at daniel_harsha@hks.harvard.edu or 617-495-4347.

Anthony Saich
Anthony Saich is the director of the Ash Center and the Daewoo Professor of International Affairs. He welcomes media inquiries on the following topics:

  • China
  • International Law

David Dapice
David Dapice has served as the Vietnam Program’s principal Cambridge-based economist for nearly 20 years. He welcomes media inquiries on the following topics:

  • Affordable housing markets
  • Indonesia
  • Provincial Development
  • Public Investment and Infrastructure Development
  • Vietnam's economy

Archon Fung
Archon Fung is the Ford Foundation Professor of Democracy and Citizenship. He welcomes media inquiries on the following topics:

  • Civic Engagement
  • Democracy
  • Ethics
  • Innovations in Government
  • Government Transparency
  • Public Sector

Marshall Ganz
Marshall Ganz is a senior lecturer in public policy at HKS. He welcomes inquiries on the following topics:

  • Civic Engagement
  • Organizational Behavior
  • Democracy
  • Political
  • Elections
  • Political Organizing
  • Labor
  • Public Service
  • NGO/Nonprofits
  • Religion
  • Non-Governmental Organizations
  • Volunteerism

Stephen Goldsmith
Stephen Goldsmith is the Daniel Paul Professor of the Practice of Government and the Director of the Innovations in American Government Program at HKS. He welcomes inquiries on the following topics:

  • Community Development
  • Management Reform
  • Cities
  • Performance
  • E-Government
  • Privatization
  • Infrastructure
  • Urban Policy
  • Innovations in Government
  • Regulatory Reform
  • Leadership
  • Data Analytics

Merilee Grindle
Merilee Grindle is the Edward S. Mason Professor of International Development and the director of the David Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies at Harvard University. She welcomes media inquiries on the following topics:

  • Development Policy
  • Latin America
  • Policy Management
  • Politics of Policy Reform

Arnold Howitt
Arnold Howitt is executive director of the Ash Center and co-director of the Program on Crisis Leadership. He welcomes media inquiries on the following topics:

  • Bioterrorism and Civil Liberties
  • Crisis Management
  • Domestic Preparedness
  • Domestic Terrorism
  • Foreign Policy
  • State & Local Government
  • Transportation Policy

Alexander Keyssar
Alexander Keyssar is the Matthew W. Stirling Jr. Professor of History and Social Policy. He welcomes media inquiries on the following topics:

  • Civic Engagement
  • Democracy
  • Elections
  • Federalism
  • Immigration
  • Labor
  • Political Organizing
  • Poverty
  • Presidency
  • Unemployment

Tarek Masoud
Tarek Masoud is an assistant professor of public policy at HKS. He welcomes media inquiries on the following topics:

  • Islam/Muslim World
  • Middle East
  • Egypt

Jane Mansbridge
Jane Mansbridge is the Adams Professor of Political Leadership and Democratic Values. She welcomes media inquiries on the following topics:

  • Accountability
  • Civic Engagement
  • Democracy
  • Women
  • Women In Politics

Mark Moore
Mark H. Moore is the Hauser Professor of Nonprofit Organizations and Faculty Chair of the Hauser Center for Nonprofit Organizations. He welcomes media inquiries on the following topics:

  • Criminal Justice
  • Management
  • Nongovernmental Organizations
  • Nonprofit Management
  • Police

Jay Rosengard
Jay Rosengard is a lecturer in public policy at Harvard Kennedy School. He welcomes media inquiries on the following topics:

  • Banking
  • Economic Development
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Indonesia
  • Micro-enterprise/micro-finance

Maya Sen
Maya Sen is an assistant professor of public policy at HKS. She welcomes media inquiries on the following topics:

  • Federal judicial nominees
  • Race in American politics

Thomas Vallely
Thomas Vallely is the director of the Vietnam Program at the Ash Center. He welcomes media inquiries on the following topics:

  • Economic Development
  • Indonesia
  • Strategic and Military Issues in East and Southeast Asia
  • Vietnam: Institutional Innovation in Higher Education and Science

Kenneth Winston 
Kenneth Winston is a lecturer in ethics and the faculty chair of the Singapore Program. He welcomes media inquiries on the following topics:

  • Comparative and International Ethics
  • Political and Professional Ethics
  • Singapore