Alumni Honor Roll of Donors


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Fiscal Year 2014

We are pleased to recognize the nearly 3,000 alumni who supported HMS during fiscal year 2014 (ending June 30). These gifts accelerate breakthroughs in education, discovery, service, and leadership.

Select a link below to see who gave from your class.











Thank you for your gift supporting the dreams of extraordinary HMS students like Karly, Megan, Mac, and Hailu.

Karly"My conversations with the patients motivated me to study harder and to help me become the clinician I want to be." —Karly Burke, Woodbury, Minn., Class of 2014

Megan"Over the next 5-10 years, I hope to have a position as an internal medicine hospitalist caring for patients who have been admitted to the hospital and coordinating their care teams." —Megan Koster, PharmD, Buffalo, N.Y., Class of 2014

Mac"I am so pleased with HMS's commitment to make education affordable to anybody. It's about who's qualified and committed to making a difference. Ability to pay is not a factor." —Davis "Mac" Stephen, Fayetteville, Ark., Class of 2015

Hailu"Growing up in Ethiopia and seeing the suffering of a lot of people, I really wanted to make a difference. I actually saw it as my duty." —Hailu Tilahun, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, Class of 2014

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Honor Roll of Donors

Thank you to the thousands of individuals and organizations whose gifts in fiscal year 2014 are transforming education, driving discovery, strengthening health systems, and incubating innovation and leadership to improve human health.

View the complete Honor Roll of Donors, which lists gifts by dollar amount from all alumni and friends of HMS, as well as corporations and foundations »



Gifts to the Alumni Fund have an immediate impact in supporting our students and their education.

Learn more about how you can support tomorrow's leaders in science and medicine »



The Harvard Medical Alumni Assocation is keeping nearly 10,000 living alumni connected. What can we do for you?

Visit the HMAA online for information about keeping connected, getting involved, events, and lifelong learning. Click here »