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The Hermes Society is a growing group of leadership supporters of Columbia Business School that is the driving force behind the growth of the Columbia Business Fund and Executive MBA Fund.
Last year, alumni and friends contributed $8.5 million to the Columbia Business Fund and Executive MBA Fund, with the over 970 members of the Hermes Society contributing $6.8 million of the total funds raised. It would take more than $110 million in endowment gifts to provide the same amount of annual support.
Alumni and friends who support the School at this significant level enable the School to compete in a global marketplace and seize vital opportunities as they arise. These funds also have a direct and critical impact - providing financial aid, promoting thought leadership, driving programmatic advancements, and strengthening the School's global network.
You can join the Hermes Society at the following levels:
|Courtney Brown Fellows||$10,000-$24,999|
|Dean's Roundtable||$50,000 and above|
*First five years from date of graduation
For young alumni (five or fewer years out) membership in the Hermes Society begins at $1,000.
If you have any questions or would like to learn more about the Hermes Society, please contact Barbara Clapp at firstname.lastname@example.org or 212-851-4301.
Hermes Society donors are recognized and celebrated throughout the year. The School hosts a range of events for Hermes Society members, including an annual Hermes reception and dinner. Special regional events are also held for our donors. Additionally, as unique opportunities arise throughout the year, the School typically looks to this group of leadership supporters for purposes of outreach and engagement.
Hermes Society members serve as ambassadors for the School and enjoy opportunities to help lead our outreach and engagement efforts.