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Combat Sports Hall of Fame
Alvin Benjamin Carter III is a second year law student at Northeastern University School of Law (NUSL),the First Circuit Executive Lt. Governor for the ABA Law Student Division, the Innovation Director at Hiphop Archive and Research Institute (HARI) at the Hutchins Center at Harvard University, and an independent museum and gallery consultant.
He earned his Master's in Museum Studies from Harvard University Extension School in 2013. Alvin worked at the Harvard Art Museums during their reopening and new website launch from January 2014 - June 2015, and he was Associate Directror of Programs at the Hiphop Archive and Research Institute at the Hutchins Center at Harvard university for six years. The organizational plan for the Combat Sports Hall of Fame was researched and formed as Alvin's Graduate
The organizational plan for the Combat Sports Hall of Fame was researched and formed as Alvin's Graduate Thesis project, Collecting Excellence: The Creation of a Combat Sports Hall of Fame, while working at the Hiphop Archive.The thesis can be found at the Grossman Library at Harvard University.
Mr. Carter's academic and archival experience is informed by his combat sports training and journalism. Alvin train's MMA, Shan Shou, Muay Thai, BJJ, and Wrestling at Redline Fight Sports in Cambridge, MA. He also writes for MMATorch.com as a fight industry business specialist, live event journalist, and radio show host. Training with professional combat athletes, conducting in person interviews, and providing live cage-side play-by-play has transformed Mr. Carter from a fan of martial arts into steward of mordern day combat sports.