About

Duncan

Duncan is a Sophomore at Harvard pursuing a concentration in History with a citation in Spanish. He is especially interested in 20th-century international relations, and has taught courses in European and American history in the past. Duncan graduated from Georgetown Day School in Washington, DC as the varsity wrestling team captain and co-president of the Young Men of Color Association. He is currently a Captain in the Ron Brown Leaders Network. At Harvard, Duncan is the Development Chair for the Black Men’s Forum, an organization dedicated to promoting solidarity among the black men on campus. As the Development Chair, Duncan raises money for the organization by partnering with various Fortune 500 companies ranging from tech companies to consultancies. He also leads the professional development initiatives for the organization through hosting events focusing on improving resumes, cover letters, and professional networking. He is also a member of BLK Capital Management, an investment group. He is in the Energy sector, where he leads due diligence initiatives on various energy companies. Over the summer, he worked for a South African-based consultancy where he helped reduce the plastic footprint of a local tourist destination. He also worked with two private equity investors interested in acquiring companies in southern California. In his free time, Duncan enjoys anything related to fitness and sports. His favorite activities include running and lifting weights, and he is a diehard mixed martial arts fan.

Three words to describe me...

Ambitious
Cheerful
Inquisitive

I prefer to teach in a

visual

or

,

student-led

,

, or

presenter

, or

style.

How I spend my free time

sports
community service
video games
cooking