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Frank Hartmann
Adjunct Lecturer in Public Policy and Senior Research Fellow
Harvard Kennedy School's Program in Criminal Justice Policy and Management
Frank (Francis X.) Hartmann, Adjunct Lecturer in Public Policy, is a Senior Research Fellow of the Program in Criminal Justice Policy and Management and Faculty Chair of the Kennedy School's Summer Program and its Irish Executive Programs, Leaders for Tomorrow and Leadership for a Changing World. His current teaching, in the management curriculum and in Executive Programs, is on effective implementation: How do we, by our actions, raise the probability that what we say we want to make happen, does happen? He has chaired most of the Kennedy School's Executive Sessions, including those on Policing, Patient Safety and Errors in Medicine, and Preparedness for Terrorism. He was Director of the Hartford Institute of Criminal and Social Justice, Director of Research and Evaluation for New York City's Addiction Services Agency, and a Program Officer at the Ford Foundation. He and his wife, whenever possible, live in Buonconvento, Italy.

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