AHS welcomes Dr. Kerry Healey to our Board of Advisors


The Alexander Hamilton Society (AHS) is pleased to announce that Dr. Kerry Healey has joined its Board of Advisors. Currently the President of Babson College, Dr. Healey is an experienced educator and policy professional. She is a former lieutenant governor of Massachusetts and aided in the implementation of several legislative initiatives in the Romney-Healey administration.  Founded in 2010, AHS is a non-profit, non-partisan, national organization that fosters constructive debate on basic principles and contemporary issues in American foreign, economic, and national security policy. Alexander Hamilton Society members share a conviction, rooted in the history of the last century, that the world is a better, safer, and more prosperous place when the United States is willing and able to lead.

“We are honored to have President Kerry Healey join us in fulfilling our ever-vital mission of identifying, educating, and launching young men and women who think seriously about our nation’s place in the world and about how to better promote and defend our interests and values,” said AHS Executive Director Gabriel Scheinmann. “Her commitment to principled American leadership, her policy experience, and her university leadership will add immense value to the Hamilton Society at a time of rising challenges to the American-led liberal order.”

About Dr. Kerry Healey

 Dr. Kerry Healey is the President of Babson College. Prior to Babson, Healey served with distinction as the 70th lieutenant governor of Massachusetts. During that time, she introduced, enacted, and implemented a wide range of policy and legislative initiatives for the Romney-Healey administration. In 2008, she was appointed as a founding member of the Executive Committee of the U.S. State Department's Public-Private Partnership for Justice Reform in Afghanistan (PJRA). She has been a fellow at the Harvard Kennedy School's Institute of Politics and Harvard's Center for Public Leadership. She is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations and the World Economic Forum expert network. Healey holds an AB in government from Harvard College and a PhD in political science and law from Trinity College, Dublin.