The Academic Advisory Board serves a consultative role, providing ideas and critical feedback to the Center. Members include Business and Law School faculty that support the Center by leading research initiatives, organizing conferences, and teaching joint classes.
The Executive Advisory Board, drawn from alumni, industry experts, and the Richman Center Forum, provides recommendations on the direction of the Center and its activities. Committee members support the Center by leading new initiatives, participating in conferences, lecturing in classes and advising students.
Senior Fellows of the Richman Center represent a select group of practitioners recognized for their distinguished achievements in business, law, and public policy, often with a strong interest in promoting research, advising students, and teaching.