Discover the notable alumni of Harvard Business School. The list includes people like Ratan Tata, Bill Ackman, Michael Collins, Sunil Bharti Mittal & Jim Lovell. This list of notable alumni is loosely sorted by popularity and has people from different domains of life, such as leaders, miscellaneous, business people, lawyers & judges and intellectuals & academics etc.
Ratan Tata Ratan Tata
28 December 1937, Indian
Chairman Emeritus of Tata Sons
Michael BloombergMichael Bloomberg
14 February 1942, American
Mayor of New York City

Robert KraftRobert Kraft
05 June 1941, American
Business Tycoon

Bill AckmanBill Ackman
11 May 1966, American
CEO of Pershing Square Capital Management

Stephen CoveyStephen Covey
24 October 1932, American
Writer of "The Seven Habits of Highly Effective

Jorge Paulo LemannJorge Paulo Lemann
26 August 1939, Brazilian
Banker
Michael CollinsMichael Collins
31 October 1930, Italian, American
NASA Astronaut, Command Module Pilot for Apollo 11

Sunil Bharti MittalSunil Bharti Mittal
23 October 1957, Indian
Chairman and Group CEO of Bharti Enterprise

P. ChidambaramP. Chidambaram
16 September 1945, Indian
Politician, Lawyer

Jim LovellJim Lovell
25 March 1928, American
Officer, Astronaut, Test pilot, Aviator,
Fred HaiseFred Haise
14 November 1933, American
Officer, Astronaut, Aviator, Fighter pilot

William WestmorelandWilliam Westmoreland
26 March 1914, American
Officer, Politician
Julie BishopJulie Bishop
17 July 1956, Australian
Jurist, Politician, Diplomat, Lawyer

L.A. ReidL.A. Reid
07 June 1956, American
Record executive

Vicente FoxVicente Fox
02 July 1942, Mexican
Politician, Economist
Bruce WassersteinBruce Wasserstein
25 December 1947, American
Banker, Financier, Investment banker

Jeffrey ToobinJeffrey Toobin
21 May 1960, American
Lawyer
Charo Santos-ConcioCharo Santos-Concio
27 October 1955, Filipino
Actor

Paul BremerPaul Bremer
30 September 1941, Iraqi, American
Politician, Diplomat

Grover NorquistGrover Norquist
19 October 1956, American
Advocate
Michael MullenMichael Mullen
04 October 1946, American
Officer

Robert Louis-DreyfusRobert Louis-Dreyfus
14 June 1946, Swiss, French
Businessperson
Naina Lal KidwaiNaina Lal Kidwai
1957 AD, Indian
banker

C. K. PrahaladC. K. Prahalad
08 August 1941, Indian
Economist, University teacher

Stuart RoosaStuart Roosa
16 August 1933, American
Officer, Astronaut, Aviator

George YeoGeorge Yeo
13 September 1954, Singaporean
Politician
Peter LougheedPeter Lougheed
26 July 1928, Canadian
Politician, Lawyer
Jim BalsillieJim Balsillie
03 February 1961, Canadian
Businessperson

Dan BricklinDan Bricklin
16 July 1951, American
Computer scientist, Entrepreneur, Engineer,

Michael LyntonMichael Lynton
01 January 1960, American
Chief executive officer, Entrepreneur,

Frank LorenzoFrank Lorenzo
19 May 1940, American
Businessperson
Vittorio ColaoVittorio Colao
03 October 1961, Italian
Manager, Entrepreneur, Businessperson

Vicente Fox QuesadaVicente Fox Quesada
02 July 1942, Mexican
Businessperson, Politician

A degree in management from a good university really helps quite a bit in shaping one’s career. Thus, many aspiring entrepreneurs consider the prestigious Harvard Business School to pursue their studies. Situated in Boston, Massachusetts, this business school is considered one of the top institutions in the whole world. According to a 2016 list published by American media giant ‘U.S News & World Report’, the ‘Harvard Business School’ is the best institution in the whole of United States to pursue a degree in management and was also ranked 1. Apart from its state of the art infrastructure and impressive faculty, the ‘Harvard Business School’ is also famous for its notable alumni. Former American President George W Bush, Renowned Academician and economist Michael Porter, noted television personality Tyra Banks, filmmaker and U.S President Donald Trump’s chief advisor Stephen K Bannon are a few former students. Bush’s time at Harvard probably played a vital role in enhancing his personality and introducing some remarkable economic reforms for the betterment of the United States during his tenure as the president. Tyra Banks has been in the news for her glamor quotient and bringing about a revolution of sorts in the world fashion scene. Harvard alumnus Stephen K Bannon has become one of the most influential men in the United States today and is a person thousands of people from around the globe look up to. Here’s a list of noteworthy celebrities who once studied at the Harvard Business School and are now making waves for their outstanding accomplishments.