The Harvard Trade Union Program features faculty from several schools of Harvard University, as well as professors and practitioners from labor and management throughout the greater Boston area.  There are also instructors visiting from the United States, Canada, and Europe who deliver talks and workshops on topics of interest to labor leaders. In addition to providing an outstanding program faculty, the Harvard Trade Union Program arranges visits from local, national, and international union leaders and worker advocates, representatives from the media, politics, public service, and the business community.

Recent Faculty List 

Elaine Bernard lecturing at HTUP
Dr. Elaine Bernard lecturing at the HTUP

Core Faculty:
Elaine Bernard, Harvard Law School
Barry Bluestone, Northeastern University
Richard Freeman, Harvard University
Marcy Goldstein-Gelb, National Council for Occupational Safety and Health
Christopher Mackin, Ownership Associates Inc.
Benjamin Sachs, Harvard Law School
John Trumpbour, Harvard Law School
David H. Webber, Boston University School of Law
David Weil, Brandeis University
Arnold Zack, Arbitrator

Harvard University Faculty:
David Cutler, Harvard University
Florrie Darwin, Harvard Law School
Richard Freeman, Harvard University
Marshall Ganz, Harvard Kennedy School
Terri Gerstein, Harvard Law School
Larry Katz, Harvard University
Richard Parker, Harvard Kennedy School
Miles Rapoport, Harvard Kennedy School
Benjamin Sachs, Harvard Law School

Barrie Barbash, President, HUCTW
Larry Brown, President, National Union of Public and General Employees (NUPGE)
Sister Marie-Therese Browne, Sisters of Charity of Nazareth, Kentucky
Elise Bryant, Executive Director, Labor Heritage Foundation
Abel Rey Cano, Leadership Coach & Trainer
Avi Chomsky, Professor, Salem State University
Joel Cutcher-Gershenfeld, Professor, Heller School for Social Policy and Management
Brad Darjean, President, National Staff Organization
David DeSario, Executive Producer, “A Day’s Work” movie
Mark Erlich, LWP Fellow and former Executive Secretary Treasurer, NE Regional Council of Carpenters
Bernie Evers, General Vice President Ironworkers
Isabelle Ferreras, Professor, University of Louvain, Belgium
Wendy Fields, Executive Director, Democracy Initiative
Josh Flax, Director, Office of Strategy & Development, Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service (FMCS)
Elizabeth Fones-Wolf, Professor, West Virginia University Ken Fones-Wolf, Professor, Stuart and Joyce Robbins Chair, West Virginia University
Henry Garrido, Executive Director, AFSCME DC 37
Joanne Goldstein, Director of Special Projects, New England Regional Council of Carpenters
Sarita Gupta, Co-executive director of Jobs With Justice and Co-director of Caring Across Generations
Tom Juravich, Labor Center, University of Massachusetts Amherst
Michelle Kaminski, Associate Professor, Michigan State University
The Honorable Joseph P. Kennedy III, U.S. Representative, Massachusetts's 4th Congressional District
Karl Klare, Professor, Northeastern University Law School
Thomas Kochan, Co-Director, Institute for Work & Employment Research, Sloan School of Management, M.I.T.
Thomas Kohler, Boston College Law School
Jess Kutch, Co-founder and Co-director, Coworker.org
Adrienne Landau, past President, HUCTW
Sophia Lee, Professor, University of Pennsylvania Law School
Wilma Liebman, former Chair, National Labor Relations Board
Darlene Lombos, Executive Director, Community Labor United
Alexandra Mateescu, Researcher, Data & Society
Hamilton Nolan, Senior Writer, Splinter
Daniel Schlademan, Co-director, Organization United for Respect (OUR Walmart)
Judy Scott, Partner, James & Hoffman
Emily Spieler, Professor, Northeastern University Law School
KC Wagner, Director, Workplace Issues at Cornell University's ILR Metro District Office
Rick Wartzman, Director, KH Moon Center for a Functioning Society at the Drucker Institute, a part of Claremont Graduate University.
Donene Williams, past President, HUCTW
Tasha Williams, past President, HUCTW
Mike Wright, Director, Health, Safety and Environment, United Steelworkers

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