• Integrating Children’s Needs into Preparedness

    NPLI Distinguished Visiting Fellow Richard Serino co-authored a piece for The Hill making the case for including the needs of children in all preparedness plans. Serino and his co-author, Jeff Schlegelmilch, argued: Children represent nearly a quarter of the U.S.…

  • Meta-Leadership and Cyber Security

    In late 2016, the National Preparedness Leadership Initiative and the United States Air Force Cyber College co-hosted a one-day dialog on the leadership challenges in cyber security at Harvard Law School. The participants included representatives from the private sector as…

  • Jane Cage award

    Jane Cage Named Meta-Leader of the Year

    When Cohort XV came to Cambridge for their opening session in early December, they had the chance to meet a special alumnus: Jane Cage (Cohort XI). Jane is chairman of the Joplin (MO) Citizens Advisory Recovery Team and was a…



NPLI Executive Education Program Cohort XVI

Applications for Cohort XVI will be accepted in late spring 2017.

Opening Session: December 2017 & Concluding Session: June 2017.

*this is a two-part residential program, both sessions mandatory to attend.

Please click on the Executive Education link for full details on the program.

Please contact us for custom training opportunities.

The National Preparedness Leadership Initiative executive education¬†curriculum is designed to produce effective leadership at all levels of government — federal, state, and local — as well as in private and non-profit sector organizations. The NPLI curriculum leverages the combined strengths of the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health’s Division of Policy Translation and Leadership Development and the Harvard Kennedy School’s Center for Public Leadership. Faculty from Harvard Business School and the Harvard Medical School also teach in the program.