Homer Hagedorn, PhD ’55, history, is retired from his position as senior manager at Arthur D. Little, Inc., where, for over 13 years, he headed Arthur D. Little’s practice in organization development. Hagedorn has been involved with the Graduate School Alumni Association council body since the 1970s and is a former chair. He was a member of the Overseer’s Committee to Visit Harvard College for five years and also served a term as an appointed director of the HAA. He was the chair of the Harvard Graduate School Fund from its inception until 2010. He continues to be a member of the Committee on University Resources (COUR) and of Harvard’s Greater Boston Major Gifts Committee. He has been a leader of the fund-raising effort to benefit graduate students and the GSAS since about 1975. In 1991, Hagedorn received the Harvard Alumni Association Award, which recognizes outstanding service to Harvard University through alumni activities. In 2009 he was the recipient of the David T. W. McCord ’21 award for distinguished lifetime achievement in fundraising.