Harvard-Radcliffe Club of Maryland's   



Friday, December 20, 2019 at 11:30 a.m. featuring


Henry Kay

The Short, Unauthorized Biography of Public Transit in Metropolitan Baltimore”


Please join us in welcoming the Early Action admitted students and their families to the Annual Holiday Luncheon on Friday, December 20th at 11:30 a.m. at the Engineering Society of Baltimore, 11 West Mt. Vernon Place


We are very excited to have Henry Kay as our speaker this year.  Public transportation plays an important but misunderstood role in the economic, social, and environmental life of Metropolitan Baltimore. Henry will trace the development of our current network of buses and trains, including a few ideas that never made it off the drawing board; its potential role in a green, equitable, and sustainable future; and what's getting in the way of that vision.

Bio of Henry Kay

Henry Kay is with the Baltimore-based planning and engineering firm RK&K. Henry is a transportation planner and project manager with 30 years of experience in planning and public transit project delivery, program control, alternatives analysis, and operations planning. Prior to joining RK&K in 2015, Henry held a variety of positions with the Maryland Transit Administration that included managing major system expansion projects such as the Purple Line, a 16-mile light rail line in the Maryland suburbs of Washington, DC and the proposed Red Line, a light rail line in Baltimore City and Baltimore County. Henry holds a Bachelors degree from the University of California, Berkeley and a Master of Regional Planning degree from Cornell University. He lives in Baltimore City in a house with no air conditioning.


The Luncheon is open to all Harvard-Radcliffe alumni/alumnae and their guests.


Luncheon price is $50 per person plus a small transactional fee.  The tickets to the luncheon are non-refundable because we have to pay for your attendance in advance.

Please register using the link below. 



The payment must be made by December 13th, so we can let the Engineering Society know how many people will be attending.


For further information, please e-mail the Club at harvardclubofmd@gmail.com


Parking will be available at the corner of Centre & Cathedral Streets. There is usually street parking available as well as valet parking at the Wyndham Peabody Court across the street.