Mallory McCoy works at Harvard Business School, in the Negotiations, Organizations and Markets Unit, on courses related to negotiation, behavioral economics, and incentive systems design. She is currently working on her Master’s Degree in Museum Studies in the evenings, and graduated with a BA in Economics and in International Affairs from Northeastern University in 2014. Previously, she served as the Manager of Diplomacy Programs at a local non-profit organization, overseeing cultural and professional immersion programs for State Department delegations from over 190 countries.
Mallory is the current District Rotaract Representative in District 7930, and Past President of Boston Rotaract Club. She currently serves on the board of Boston Rotaract as the International Service Chair, and as the Boston Rotaract Club’s liaison to the Downtown Boston Rotary. Her regular volunteer commitments are as a weekly Art Program Facilitator and Gallery Guide at the Harvard Museum of Natural History, and with recurring Boston Rotaract events such as the MLK Day of Service and the Walk for Hunger.