DOWNSIDE LEGACY AT TWO DEGREES OF PRESIDENT CLINTON
SECTION: GENERAL REFERENCE
SUBSECTION: RHODES SCHOLARS
Revised 1/8/01

 

In their own words, on the Rhodes Scholarship from

http://www.rhodesscholar.org/

Intellectual distinction is a necessary but not a sufficient condition for election to a Rhodes Scholarship. Selection committees are charged to seek excellence in qualities of mind and in qualities of person which, in combination, offer the promise of effective service to the world in the decades ahead. The Rhodes Scholarships, in short, are investments in individuals rather than in project proposals. Accordingly, applications are sought from talented students without restriction as to their field of academic specialization or career plans although the proposed course of study must be available at Oxford, and the applicant's undergraduate program must provide a sufficient basis for further study in the proposed field. Through the years, Rhodes Scholars have pursued studies in all of the varied fields available in the University of Oxford.

 

 

REVIEWING THE RHODES LEGACY

By William F. Jasper

"In America, where idealism is the yardstick used to judge a generation's collective virtue, Rhodes scholars are its masters," says Rhodes scholar Peter Beinart. "They are chosen as much for their public-spiritedness as for their academic prowess. Not all want to run for elective office, but the bulk think their talents can be most fully realized through public service. Like Clinton, my peers believe earnestly in government. Above all, they believe in themselves in government."

Writing in the "My Turn" section of Newsweek's January 16th issue,Beinart, a 23-year-old student now in his second year at Oxford University, offers a perceptive critique of the "Rhodie" tendency to giddily embrace idealism as "summum bonum". Beinart notes that "such idealism should be refreshing. Yet after a year at Oxford, it makes me uneasy. The committment to government my colleagues express so passionately is rarely linked to a clear vision of what government should do....I'm afraid that the idealism for which Rhodes scholars receive praise is less an antidote to the problems of American politics than a symptom of them."

"Lacking a vision of political service in pursuit of specific ends,"observes Beinart, "the rhetoric of idealism allows Rhodes scholars to justify and celebrate political service per se. Idealism masks an ideological vacuum." (Freeper robnoel – Newsweek article was in 1995)

Note: a "- CFR" behind the name means the Rhodes Scholar is/was a member of the Council on Foreign Relations, a – TC" behind the name means the person is/was a member of the Trilateral Commission

 

1957

RUDENSTINE, NEIL L

President of Harvard University. Before assuming this position on July 1, 1991, he served for three years as executive vice president of The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. During the two preceding decades, Rudenstine was a faculty member and senior administrator at Princeton University. A scholar of Renaissance literature, he was an associate professor and then a professor of English. He also held a series of administrative posts: dean of students (1968-72), dean of the college (1972-77), and provost (1977-88). Previously, Rudenstine served at Harvard from 1964 to 1968 as an instructor and then an assistant professor in the Department of English and American Literature and Language.

Rudenstine received his bachelor's degree from Princeton in 1956. A Rhodes Scholar, he studied for the next three years at New College, Oxford University, where he earned a second BA and an MA. In 1964, he was awarded a PhD in English from Harvard, where he was a Harvard Prize Fellow. He then joined the faculty at Harvard, and stayed until leaving for Princeton in 1968….Rudenstine is an honorary Fellow of New College, Oxford, and Emmanuel College, Cambridge University, as well as Provost Emeritus of Princeton University. He is also a Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, and a member of the Council on Foreign Relations, the American Philosophical Society, and the Committee for Economic Development. Earlier, he served as a member of various advisory groups, including the National Commission on Preservation and Access, the Council on Library Resources, and the Harvard Ukranian Research Institute. Rudenstine has also served as a trustee of the College Entrance Examination Board and of the Wooster School in Danbury, Connecticut, of which he is a graduate.

1960

ASHMAN, ROBERT FREDERICK

Virtual Hospital: UIHC Physicians Directory: Internal Medicine: Robert F. Ashman, M.D. The University of Iowa Department of Internal Medicine Robert F. Ashman, M.D. Division of Rheumatology Dr. Ashman studies the regulation of apoptosis (programmed cell death) in B lymphocytes. He has demonstrated that mature B and T lymphocytes proceed spontaneously into apoptosis unless apoptosis is inhibited by external agents, which include ligands for CD40 or the IL-4 receptor. Active projects include investigation of the mechanism by which antibody to IgD (at 1/10 the concentration needed to stimulate the B cell) induces an early acceleration of apoptosis, whereas antibody to IgM is much less effective. A second project arises from the demonstration (performed in collaboration with Dr. Arthur Krieg) that single base changes in CG oligodeoxyribonucleotides (ODN) determine whether they are powerful polyclonal activators of B cells or inactive. Such ODN are responsible for the polyclonal activating properties of bacterial DNA. Activation by CG-ODN is enhanced greatly by their ability to inhibit apoptosis, including plasma membrane and mitochondrial events. Investigation of the mechanism of ODN interference with apoptosis is pertinent to the relationship between chronic bacterial exposure and inflammatory bowel disease.


BALABANIAN, DAVID MARK

Senior litigator with nearly 30 years of experience in complex commercial litigation. David is a past President of the Bar Association of San Francisco and past Chair of the California State Bar Conference of Delegates, and is a Trustee of the Practicing Law Institute. He has also served as a Lawyer Representative to the Ninth Circuit Judicial Conference, and has been a Governor of the Association of Business Trial Lawyers. David has taught more than 100 courses on litigation topics. David received both his undergraduate and law degrees from Harvard University and has an advanced degree from Oxford University, which he attended as a Rhodes Scholar.

BLAKE, JONATHAN DEWEY

Covington and Burling: senior partner engaged in administrative, communications, and international law. He was named one of the top 100 most influential lawyers in America by The National Law Journal, 1997; is listed in Euromoney Publication’s Guide to the World's Leading Communications Lawyers, a supplement to the International Financial Law Review, 1997; and was profiled in "From the Top of the List" of leaders of the largest law firms in the Washington metropolitan area by the Washington Business Journal, 1997. He is deeply involved in the launch of new services such as digital television, PCS, cellular, internet, and various new satellite services, including rulemakings, legislative endeavors, and adjudicatory matters. Chair: Int'l Telecommunications Committee Am Bar Assoc Washington Post is client. On Bd of Trustees: US Council for Int'l Business. On Bd of Trustees: Public TV, WETA-FM/TV in Washington DC area.

BRYANT, RALPH CLEMENT

Senior Fellow, Economic Studies Brookings Former Dir Division Int’l Finance Federal Reserve. International economics and monetary issues, monetary policy, macroeconomic developments in major foreign nations, balance of payments, exchange rates, Federal Reserve system, financial institutions. Former director, Division of International Finance, Federal Reserve; consultant to governmental and international organizations. "Demographic Turbulence and Global Stability"

CELESTE, RICHARD FRANK

US Ambassador to India Ambassador Celeste was born in Cleveland, Ohio in 1937. After graduating Magna Cum Laude and Phi Beta Kappa from Yale University in 1959, Ambassador Celeste attended Exeter University and Oxford University in England as a Rhodes Scholar. After a short term as Staff Liaison Officer in the Peace Corps, Ambassador Celeste worked for 4 years as Special Assistant to the American Ambassador to India in New Delhi. Following this, Ambassador Celeste returned to his native Ohio where he served as a State Representative for 4 years and Lt. Governor for a further 4 years. Ambassador Celeste then moved to Washington where he served as Director of the Peace Corps for 2 years before returning to Ohio to run for Governor. In 1982, Ambassador Celeste was elected Governor of Ohio. Following 2 terms as Governor, from 1983 to 1991, Ambassador Celeste became a Managing Partner in the consulting firm, Celeste & Sabety, Ltd., located in Columbus, Ohio.

DARNTON, ROBERT CHOATE

The Shelby Cullom Davis Professor of European History at Princeton. Authority on the use of media in pre-Revolutionary France. Worked a year as a reporter for the NY Times. Joined Princeton Faculty 68. Dir. of Program in European Cultural Studies, Princeton since 87. Author of 10 books. Best known: "The Forbidden Best-Sellers of Pre-Revolutionary France" NY: WWNorton, 1995. "The Literary Underground of the Old Regime", Harvard U Press, 1982 "The Great Cat Massacre" President of the American Historical Association. Uppsala University Int'l Summer School in History of Science; lecturer in 6th summer school. Delegate in July 1999 to 10th Int'l Congress on the Enlightenment, Dublin University College. Guggenheim Fellowship. The Koren Prize of the Society for French Historical Studies. The Leo Gershoy Prize of the American Historical Association. Has been a MacArthur Prize Fellow. Designated Chevalier and Officier of the Ordre des Arts at des Lettres in France, which awarded him the Prix Chateaubriand in 1991. Harvard BA,1960 (magna cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa) Oxford BPhil and DPhil

DUGGAN, HOYT NOLAN

Dr. Duggan is a Professor of Medieval, Historical Linguistics and Grammar at the University of Virginia.

EDGE, ROBERT GLENN

Robert G. Edge [partner at the Alston & Bird law firm] concentrates on estate planning and administration, including advising owners of family businesses and fiduciary litigation. Mr. Edge is a former Chairman of Alston & Bird Partners' Committee and former chair of the Tax Department. He is a Fellow of the American College of Trust and Estate Counsel, Past President of the Georgia Federal Tax Conference, and a director of the Atlanta Estate Planning Council. In 1994 Mr. Edge was named President of the Association of American Rhodes Scholars. He has authored numerous articles for fiduciary publications and is a frequent speaker at legal seminars. Mr. Edge is also on the board of trustees for the Carter Center

EPSTEIN, LESLIE

Leslie Epstein was born in Los Angeles in 1938 to a family of screen writer (his father, Philip, and Uncle, Julius, wrote Casablanca, Yankee Doodle Dandy, Arsenic and Old Lace, The Man Who Came to Dinner among dozens of other witty and distinguished screenplays). He attended Yale, from which he graduated Summa Cum Laude, and Oxford University on a Rhodes Scholarship. He holds a graduate degree from UCLA and a doctorate from Yale Drama School. He has published six books of fiction, most notably Kinq of the Jews which has been translated into eight languages and become a classic of Holocaust literature, Goldkorn Tales and the more recent Pinto and Sons. [The other three books are P.D. Kimerakov The Steinway Ouintet Plus Four and Reqina.] His seventh, Pandaemonium, will appear in the spring of 1997. His articles and stories have appeared in such places as Esquire, the Atlantic Monthly, Playboy, Harpers, the Yale Review, Triquarterly, Tikkun, Partisan Review, the Nation, and the New York Times Book Review, the Washington Post and the Boston Globe. In addition to the Rhodes Scholarship, he has received many fellowships and awards, including a Fulbright and Guggenheim Fellowship, an award for Distinction in Literature from the American Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters, a residency at the Rockefeller Institute at Bellagio, and various grants from the NEA. For many years he has been the director of the Creative Writing Program at Boston University. Having sent his three children off to college and the wider world, he lives with his wife, Ilene, in what is now a very neat condominium in Brookline, Massachusetts.

GIARD, GEORGE PETER JR.

Was Chairman of the board and CEO of Presidio Oil Company when it filed for Chapter 11 and was acquired by Tom Brown, Inc. in December of 1996

GRINALDS, JOHN SOUTHY

Major General John Southy Grinalds President 1997- The Citadel General Grinalds was born in Baltimore, Maryland on January 5, 1938. He graduated with honors from West Point in 1959 and was the first cadet since 1814 to be commissioned directly into the US Marine Corps. He continued his education as a Rhodes Scholar at Oxford University, earning a Bachelor's and Master's degree in Geography and graduating with honors. At Harvard University, he earned a Master's degree in Business Administration, graduating with distinction. General Grinalds served abroad in the Mediterranean region, the Panama Canal Zone, Japan, Belgium, and for two tours of duty in Vietnam. He was awarded a Silver Star for heroism in combat. In Belgium, he was the Special Assistant to the Supreme Allied Commander, Europe working on negotiations between NATO and the French Military. His outstanding service was recognized by French President, Francois Mitterand, who inducted him into the Legion d'Honneur. In 1989, General Grinalds was promoted to Commanding General of the Marine Corps Recruit Depot in San Diego, a position held until his retirement. In 1991, he became the Headmaster of Woodberry Forest School in Woodberry Forest, Virginia. In 1997, he accepted the position as President of The Citadel. Receipient of Silver Star

HORTON, JACK OGILVIE

JACK OGILVIE JR.12 was born 1938. Jack died February 21, 1981 Denver, CO, at 42 years of age. He Died of Leukemia. He married GRACE EPSY FORD . Grace was born Savannah, GA. Jack graduated 1960. Institution: Princeton University. He graduated with honors with a major in Geology. He was an All American lacross player. He later served on the Board of Trustees of Princeton University. After graduation, he was selected as a Rhodes Scholar and attened Oxford University in England. Here he earned a master's degree in economics. He also played for the All South England team in lacross. Jack served in the military Japan, 1962 to 1965. He was part of the Naval Airborn Reconnaissance Squadron station in Japan and operated in SE Asia during the Vietnam War. He flew 165 combat and reconnaissance missions and was awarded several decorations before leaving the Navy in 1965. Jack's occupation: public official Washington DC, 1973 to 1977. He served as Deputy Undersecretary of the Interior and later as Assistant Secretary for Land and Water. He was also appointed as the first chairman of the Federal State Land Use Planning Comission for Alaska

KASLOW, HOWARD JAMES

Attorney with Abrahams, Kaslow & Cassman in Omaha, NE. Corporate Law, Estate Planning.

KEYES, LANGLEY CARLETON

Ford Professor of City and Regional Planning at Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Head, Housing, Community, and Economic Development Also, graduated Harvard, 1959 -- all Ivy League in Soccer and Lacrosse Brookings Fellow

LEVINE,JULIUS BYRON

B.A., summa cum laude, Harvard University J.D., cum laude, Harvard Law School D. Phil, University of Oxford (Rhodes Scholar) Julius B. Levine has served on the School of Law faculty since 1969. His legal experience includes a clerkship with Judge Edward T. Gignoux of the United States District Court for Maine and private practice in both Maine and Massachusetts. Professor Levine has taught civil procedure, trusts and estates, and an advanced course in trial advocacy, and has served as director of the Trial Advocacy Program at the School of Law. He has written books on the discovery process in trials and effective forms of trial advocacy.

LISTER, CHARLES ELLIS

Founded the London office in 1988…. Before coming to Covington & Burling, he clerked for Justice John M. Harlan of the U.S. Supreme Court and served as Associate Professor of Law at Yale. He has published a treatise and numerous articles on European Community food law, and he serves on the advisory board of the World Food Regulation Report

MCLIN, BLYTHE JOHN
MAYNES, CHARLES ELLIS
MILES, WARREN ANDRUS
MONTGOMERY,ROBERT EVERARD JR.
NICHOLS, RAYMOND LINDLEY
NIMETZ, MATTHEW

US envoy Balkans Matthew Nimetz is a partner at the law firm of Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton and Garrison. Prior to that, he was undersecretary of State in the Carter Administration, and special envoy to the Greek-Macedonian dispute in the Clinton Administration. He was also on the Twentieth Century Foundation (formerly Twentieth Century Fund)'s Task Force on the Future of US Intelligence. Board Member: World Resources Insitute Signer: New NATO Initiative "20th Century Task Force on the Future of US Intelligence Finds Emphasis on Clandestine Operations Outmoded" "Asia's Strange Bedfellows"

PELL, EDWARD WARDWELL
PRICE, JOHN ROY

From a Sabre Foundation, Inc. Press Release (July 1996) - "...John R. Price, Managing Director of The Chase Manhattan Corporation...named to the Board of Directors at the Sabre Foundation of Cambridge, Mass. John Price handles government relations on a worldwide basis for The Chase Manhattan Corporation. He is President of Americans for Oxford, Inc., a member of the Council of Foreign Relations, director of the National Foreign Trade Council and a member of the board of directors of The Principal Financial Group and Transcell Technologies. He has also served as president of the Bankers' Association for Foreign Trade. A Rhodes scholar, Mr. Price received his L.L.B. and J.D. from Harvard Law School in 1965."

RODICK, THEODORE LEE

SACHS, DANIEL MARTIN

Princeton '60; died of cancer in 1967

SHAUL, WILLIAM DENNIS
THUROW, LESTER CARL MIT, Economist and author – TC
VAN BUREN, PAUL BARTLETT
VARGISH, THOMAS
WILLS, THEODORE O.M.
WINTER, DAVID GARRETT

1961

BADGETT, LEE DOUGLAS	

VMI '61; Brigadier General who taught at the Air Force Academy; Academic Dean at VMI

BARDEL, WILLIAM GRANDIN - CFR
BUDGE, LARRY DONALD
CAMPBELL, BENJAMIN PFOHL
CATHCART, GARY ERSKIN
COPELAND, FLOYDE DEAN
DALEY, BRIAN EDWARD
EDDINS, DWIGHT LYMAN

Professor of 19th-20th Century Literature, University of Alabama.

EISENBERG, DAVID SAMUEL

Professor/researcher at the UCLA Biological Structure Group, Molecular Biology Institute.

FUNKENSTEIN, HERMAN HARRIS
GORDON, MICHAEL ROBERT - CFR
GRAVES, HOWARD DWAYNE - CFR

Professor, University of Texas at Austin "Lieutenant General (Ret.) Howard Graves joined the faculty in 1998 as the Visiting Tom Slick Professor of World Peace for the 1998-99 academic year. General Graves is a 1961 graduate of the U.S. Military Academy at West Point and received Bachelor of Arts, Master of Arts, and Master of Letters degrees from Oxford University as a Rhodes Scholar."

HARTMANN, WILLIAM MORRIS
KINSOLVING, AUGUSTUS BLAGDEN

Augustus B. Kinsolving is Vice President and Chief Legal Counsel for ASARCO, incorporated. One of ASARCO's subsidiaries is the Southern Peru Copper Company, for which Mr. Kinsolving acts as soliciting agent.

KROHNKE, DUANE WARD

PRACTICE-AREAS: Civil Litigation; Arbitration; Mediation; International Arbitration and Mediation; Accountants Malpractice; Contract Law. ADMITTED: 1967, New York; 1970, Minnesota LAW-SCHOOL: University of Chicago (J.D., cum laude, 1966 ) COLLEGE: Grinnell College (B.A., 1961); Phi Beta Kappa; Oxford University (B.A.,Rhodes Scholar, First Class, 1963); Oxford University (M.A., 1970) TEXT: Staff, Chicago Law Review, 1964-1965; Managing Editor, 1965-1966 Minnesota State Bar Association Board of Directors (current)

LEVINE, MELVIN DAVID - CFR

"Melvin D. Levine, M.D., is Professor of Pediatrics and Director of the Clinical Center for the Study of Development and Learning, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill" He authored " Developmental-behavioral Pediatrics." Childhood neurodevelopmental dysfunction and learning disorders.. He pioneered the discovery of ADD, ADHD, and Dyslexia as neurological disablities and developed a neurodevelopmental approach to learning . These assessments look at current levels of functioning and the barriers to an individual's ability to live up to his or her potential. Difficulties may be a result of weaknesses in memory, attention, language processing, visual processing or fine/gross motor coordination or the result of emotional/behavioural difficulties or traumatic events in a person's life. The current Social Security System uses his findings to determine disability payments for children with these disorders.

LOW, GILBERT WILLIAM
MC NEVIN, MICHAEL TUCKER
MILES, PAUL LINDSEY
MOOSE, JAMES SAYLE
MORRISON, FRED LA MONTE

Professor of Law: U of Minnesota. Int'l Law/Comparative public law. Counselor on Int'l Law for US State Department, Minnesota Constitutional Law. "Intro to Int'l Law" "Suing the City Liability of the State and City under Federal and State Law" "Constitution of Bosnia-Herzegovinia" Fulbright Professor. Visiting Professor: U. of Bonn, U of Kiel. American Law Institute. American Society of Int'l Law. University of Kansas AB, Oxford BA, MA. Princeton MA, PhD. University of Chicago Law

NESS, DAVID NORMAN
ORRILL, ROBERT THOMAS
POST, GAINS
POST, HERSCHEL E.

CEO of Coutts & Co, a Subsidiary of NatWest Group On Board of Directors: Earthwatch. On Board of Directors of the Cooperative: Euroclear Clearance System Public Limited Co (ECSplc)

RAYMOND, ORIN RALPH
SHOLL, ANTHONY ABRAHAM
SHUE, HENRY GREYSON

Professor of Philosophy at the Sage School of Philosophy, Cornell University.

SOUTER, DAVID

Associate Justice United States Supreme Court. Harvard College, AB, 1961. Rhodes Scholar, Magdalen College Oxford, 1963. AB & MA in Jurisprudence, 1989. Harvard Law School, LLB, 1966. Associate in the law firm of Orr & Reno in Concord, New Hampshire, 1966-1968. Assistant Attorney General of New Hampshire, 1971-1976. Attorney General of New Hampshire, 1976-1978. Associate Justice, New Hampshire Superior Court, 1978-1983. Associate Justice, New Hampshire Supreme Court, 1983-1990. Nominated Judge, U.S. Supreme Court of Appeals for the First Circuit by President George Bush, 1990. Nominated Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States by President George Bush on October 3, 1990. Sworn in October 9, 1990.

STERLING, WILLIAM WALLACE

Economics Author, Writer

STEWART, RICHARD BURLESON

Richard Stewart held unique status at West Virginia University: his father was president. Richard was elected head of the student body and was a member of Phi Kappa Psi, Pi Delta Phi, and Delta Sigma Rho. Perhaps his most significant accomplishment at WVU was securing a referendum from the students, which was referred to the state legislature, authorizing a special fee to cover the cost of building a new student union, the Mountainlair of today. Stewart studied law at Queen’s College, Oxford, and at Harvard University. He has authored or coauthored five books on insurance and insurance law. His firm, Stewart Economics, Inc., has offices in Chapel Hill, North Carolina.

WILKINSON, DAVID LAWRENCE

 

1962

ADAMS, REX DEE	

Dean, Fuqua School of Business, Duke University

BAXTER, ROBERT HENRY
BERMAN, EDWARD DAVID
BOLTON, ROBERT HARVEY
BROWNLEE, DAVID ANDERSON
BUTLER, JAY WAYNE
CARLSON, JOHN UNDEM
CHURCHILL, WINSTON JOHN
DICKINSON, STEPHEN JOHN
DOTY, JAMES ROBERT
ECHOLS, LOUIE SAMUEL
FOX, JAMES JOSEPH
FROHNMAYER, DAVID BRADEN
GUBSER, NICHOLAS JAMES
HALLIN, RICHARD RAY
HANEY, JACK VERNON
HARDIN, RUSSELL

Professor of Politics Ph.D. 1971 (political science), Massachusetts Institute for Technology; B.A. 1964 (mathematics), Oxford; B.A. (highest honors) 1962 (mathematics), B.S. (high honors) 1962 (physics), Texas. Major Interests: moral and political philosophy, rational choice, collective action, morality behind the law. Selected Works: Liberalism, Constitutionalism, and Democracy. Oxford University Press. Forthcoming. One for All: The Logic of Group Conflict. Princeton: Princeton University Press. 1995. Morality Within the Limits of Reason. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. 1988. Collective Action. Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University Press for Resources for the Future. 1982. Affiliations: American Economic Association, American Philosophical Association, American Political Science Association, American Society for Political and Legal Philosophy, Public Choice Society. Fellowships/Honors: Fellow, American Association for the Advancement of Science; Fellow, American Academy of Arts and Sciences; Guggenheim Fellow, 1996-1997; Fellow, Center for Advanced Study in Behavioral Sciences, Palo Alto, September 1996-June 1997; Visiting Scholar, Centre de Recherche en Epistémologie Appliquée (CREA) Ecole Polytechnique, Paris, July 1994; Visiting Scholar, Russell Sage Foundation, 1992-1993; Scholar-in-Residence, Rockefeller Center, Bellagio, Italy, April-May 1988, May-June 1996; Visiting Fellow, Research School of the Social Sciences, Australian National University, summer 1987, summer 1990; Earhart Fellow, 1983; National Fellow, Hoover Institution, Stanford University, 1975-1976; Junior Fellow, Research Institute on Communist Affairs, Columbia University, 1971-1972; Honorary Woodrow Wilson Fellow, 1962; Rhodes Scholar; Phi Beta Kappa.

HENRIKSON, ALAN KEITH - CFR

Associate Professor of Diplomatic Histor y Director, The Fletcher Roundtable on a New World Order; Associate, Center for International Affairs, Harvard University; Visiting Professor, United Nations Development Programme, Beijing; Visiting Professor, Foreign Service Institute, Washington, DC

HUNT, BISHOP CARLETON
KIRBY, JOHN JOSEPH
PARTRIDGE, ROBERT BRUCE
PORTES, RICHARD DAVID - CFR

Professor of Economics, London Business School

ROE, DAVID HARTLEY

A graduate of the Air Force Academy, he became president of Central College, Pella, Iowa, in 1998. In 1975 served as a White House Fellow

SCHINDLER, DAVID WILLIAM
SHERIDAN, JUDSON DEAN
SHERWOOD, MICHAEL RALPH
SICHA, JEFFERY FRANKLIN
SOBOTKA, JOHN ROBERT
SULLIVAN, JOHN DANIEL
TENNILLE, NORTON FORTUNE JR.
VARGISH, STEPHEN
ZELTONOGA, WILLIAM LEO

1963

BAMBERG, PAUL GUSTAV
BEIM, DAVID ODELL - CFR

"Professor Beim joined Columbia Business School's faculty after a 25-year career in investment banking. His work experience includes 10 years in corporate finance at First Boston, where he founded and ran the project finance group, two years as executive vice president of the Export-Import Bank of the United States, 10 years as head of investment banking at Bankers Trust Company and three years as a partner at Dillon Read. He teaches corporate finance, international banking and emerging financial markets, and in 1995 he received the Dean's Award for Teaching Excellence. He also serves as coordinator for the business ethics theme in the curriculum and adviser to the Integrity Board. His research interests include debt pricing and the banking industry."

BOREN, DAVID LYLE - CFR

David Boren is currently president of the University of Oklahoma. From 1978 - 1995, he was a Democratic Senator from Oklahoma, and chaired the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence from 1987 to 1993. He is also a member of the Texas Instruments Board of Directors A Yale grad, he had also been Governor of Oklahoma.

BUNTING, JOSEPH III

VMI '63; a General, he is superintendent of VMI.

BUNTING, JOSIAH

Josiah Bunting is the Director the Virginia Military Institute. 'He enrolled and blossomed at VMI in 1959: "VMI does well with intelligent, lazy, unfocused kids." After graduating from VMI in 1963 as a Rhodes scholar, he spent three years at Oxford University in England, earning a master's degree in English history. Six years in the Army sent him to Vietnam, where he received a number of medals, including the Bronze Star. From 1973 until he returned to head VMI, Bunting served as head of New York's all-female Briarcliff College, and of the all-male Hampden-Sydney College, and of the Lawrenceville School near Princeton, N.J., which began to accept girls while he was there.' (from the USA Today article)

CARPENTER, RUSSELL HIGSON

Russell H. Carpenter, Jr. is a partner with a diversified federal and international practice including litigation, mineral rights, the Consumer Product Safety Commission, boycott regulation, and East-West joint ventures… His published works include: "Soviet Joint Enterprises With Capitalist Firms and Other Joint Ventures Between East and West: The Western Point of View," 222 Recueil des Cours 365-421 (Hague Academy of International Law, 1990); "Red Carnations: A Report on the March 1989 Soviet Elections" (International Human Rights Law Group, 1989); "U.S.-Soviet Joint Ventures: A New Opening in the East," 43 Business Lawyer 79-91 (1987); "Oil and Gas in Grants and Reservations of 'Minerals': When is a Mineral Not a 'Mineral'?, 5 Eastern Mineral Law Foundation, Chapter 10 (1984). In addition, he serves as counsel to the International Law Institute; director of the International Human Rights Law Group; and executive vice-chairman of the Forum for US-Russia Dialogue.

CARRELL, DANIEL ALLAN
GOLDSWORTHY, WAYNE
HOLLAND, WILLIAM EDWARD

From the Rhodes page: "…Application deadline and where to submit: Completed applications should be submitted to: William E. Holland, Esq., Chadbourne & Parke, 30 Rockefeller Plaza, New York, 10112…. From the Chadbourne & Parke web page New York has been our headquarters since the firm was founded in 1902, and is the heart of Chadbourne & Parke’s operations. 30 Rockefeller Plaza New York, New York 10112 The firm’s international practice embraces all of our disciplines. We counsel businesses with respect to their U.S. and non-U.S. activities, including acquisitions, joint ventures and investments in the United States and abroad. We advise governments on the development of new legal frameworks and on the drafting of legislation. And we handle litigations and arbitrations outside the United States…."

JOHNSTON, ROBERT EDWARD
KERR, WILLIAM TURNBULL JR.

William T. Kerr (b. April 17, 1941) is chairman of the board of directors and chief executive officer of Meredith Corporation.. He was elected to the position effective January 1, 1998, having served as president and chief executive officer since January 1, 1997. He also serves on the board's executive committee. Prior to becoming president and CEO, Kerr served as president and chief operating officer from May 1994 to January 1997. He joined Meredith in 1991 as president of the Magazine Group and executive vice president of the company, where he was responsible for the strategic direction and day-to-day management of all magazine operations. Before coming to Meredith, Kerr was a vice president of The New York Times Company and president of its magazine group, a position he held since 1984. Kerr also has held posts with McKinsey and Company and Dillon, Read & Co. A native of Seattle, Kerr is a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of the University of Washington. He earned a master's degree in modern history as a Rhodes Scholar at Oxford University, and an MBA from the Harvard Graduate School of Business Administration. He currently serves on the board of directors for Storage Technology Corporation, the Principal Mutual Life Insurance Company and Maytag Corporation, and is an advisory director and past chairman of the Magazine Publishers of America. In addition, Kerr serves on the boards of The Advertising Council, The International Federation of the Periodical Press (FIPP), the Business Committee for the Arts, Inc., and the Iowa Business Council. He also is on the Executive Committee of Des Moines Development Corporation.

KLASS, RICHARD LEO
KNUBEL, JOHN ALBERT

Chief Financial Officer Department of Housing and Urban Development As Chief Financial Officer of the Department of Housing and Urban Development since 1995, Mr. Knubel is responsible for establishing and implementing policies to govern all aspects of financial management in the Department and oversees the design, implementation, and coordination of the Department's financial information and general management systems. …. Mr. Knubel has over 30 years of financial experience in both the public and private sectors, most recently in the Government serving as a Senior Advisor to the Director of Automated Systems at the Federal Retirement Thrift Investment Board and to the Chief Financial Officer of the Nuclear Regulatory Commission, where he assisted in the implementation of the Chief Financial Officers Act of 1990. He served four years on the National Security Council Staff and in 1974 helped establish the Federal Energy Administration, the predecessor of the Department of Energy. On the private sector side, Mr. Knubel's expertise in financial management was developed through experience in several positions. At Chase Manhattan Bank, he managed the development and implementation of a planning, budgeting, and asset liability management system for the International Department and in the development of a new strategy for the bank's business with the insurance industry that built on a dominant electronic funds transfer capability and established the bank as a recognized leader in meeting an emerging market need for loans and merger and acquisition advisory services in the early 1980’s…"

LEWIS, WILLIAM WALKER - CFR

Mr. Lewis is a partner in McKinsey & Co. and the director of the McKinsey Global Institute in Washington D.C. He is also on the Board of Visitors of fellow '63 Rhodie David Boren’s OU International Institute, and was an Assistant Secretary of Energy (under whom? Carter, maybe?) He's an alumnus of Virginia Tech

MC NEILL, ROBERT PATRIC
MARTIN, PHILIP HARTWELL
PETERSON, GEORGE EDWARD
POWER, MAX SINGLETON
PRICE,JOSEPH LEVERING
QUITSLUND, JAMES AUTHOR
RAAF, JOHN HEART
RICE, MICHAEL STEVEN
ROMIG, JOSEPH HOWARD
SANDERS, JOSEPH STANLEY – CFR

Senior Partner: Sanders & Dickerson The law firm he established has just passed its twentieth anniversary. The list of the community organizations he supports with his time and energy covers two pages of the board of directors of the NCAA, vice-chairman of the United States-South Africa Leadership Exchange Program, board of directors of the Economic Resources Corporation Los Angeles, co-founder of the Watts Summer Festival -- among a dozen or so others of equal substance. Neither this long list of achievements, nor his law degree from Yale and Rhodes Scholarship to Oxford make Stanley Sanders a role model, in his own eyes: "I don't like the term. I may be a role model for my own children or for young, black lawyers. But that's it. I prefer to think of myself as an institution builder. I like to think in terms of my ability to bring groups together for a purpose over time...like building my law firm." He defines his practice at Sanders & Dickerson as having a "minority focus". Half of his business is with black firms, the other half is "more mainstream". All his partners and all his associates are black. Stanley could have stayed on in a "more mainstream" law firm but setting up his own firm "was the reason I went to law school -- to serve an area of the business community I thought was undeserved."

SCHANTZ, MARK ELWOOD
SLOCOMBE, WALTER BECKER - CFR

Walter B. Slocombe was nominated by President Clinton to be Under Secretary of Defense for Policy on July 13, 1994 and confirmed by the Senate on September 14, 1994. Prior to this appointment, he had served as Principal Deputy Under Secretary of Defense for Policy since June 1, 1993. Pending his confirmation in that position he had been a consultant to the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Policy from January 21, 1993. He had previously served as Deputy Under Secretary of Defense for Policy Planning (USDP), from November 1979 to January 1981, and as Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense, International Security Affairs (ISA) from January 1977 to November 1979. In both positions, he served concurrently as Director of the DoD SALT Task Force. In 1969 and 1970 he was a member of the Program Analysis Office of the National Security Council staff, working on strategic arms control, long term security policy planning, and intelligence issues. From January 1981 until he joined the Clinton administration, he had been a member of the Washington, D.C. law firm of Caplin & Drysdale, Chartered. He had earlier practiced law at Caplin & Drysdale since 1971, where he became a partner in 1974. In 1970-71 he was a Research Associate at the International Institute for Strategic Studies in London.

SMYTHE, ROBERT THOMAS
SUNDBERG, ANDREW PETER

A principle with The Locke Group - consultants whose clients include the UN, World Bank, Dept. of Commerce and Congress - he has been based in Geneva since 1968. Graduate of US Naval Academy. A brief visit to their home page (www.lockegroup.com) has raised my curiosity about this group. [mmmike]

THOMPSON, WILLARD SCOTT - CFR

Director, U S Institute for Peace Dr. Thompson is Associate Professor of International Politics at the Fletcher School of Law, Tufts University. He also served in the Ford Administration as a White House Fellow and Assistant Secretary of Defense, and was a member of the Reagan Administration.

WESTBROOK, SAM WILKINS III
WIDEMAN, JOHN EDGAR

Born 6/14/41 in Washington, DC, he is the second African-American to be named Rhodes Scholar (Alain Locke was the first). He is a professor at UMass/Amherst He was a basketball player at Penn, and won the Pulitzer Prize for fiction. His daughter, Jamila Wideman, is a famous women's basketball player and was on the Olympic team in '96.

WOOD, DONALD JOSEPH
WOOLSEY, JAMES R. - CFR

R. James Woolsey is a partner at the law firm of Shea & Gardner in Washington, D.C. He returned to the firm in January 1995 after serving for two years as Director of Central Intelligence. He has practiced at the firm for seventeen years, on four occasions, since 1973

 

1964


BOHSTEDT, JOHN HOWARD
BUNNIN, NICHOLAS FREDERICK
COLDREN, LEE ORIN
COOK, MICHAEL BLANCHARD
COOPER, RICHARD MELVYN
CUTTER, W. BOWMAN - CFR

Mr. W. Bowman Cutter (GIIC Steering Committee Chair) Mr. Cutter is currently serving as managing director in the firm of E.M. Warburg, Pincus and Company, Inc. He also serves as the chairman of the Global Information Infrastructure Commission (GIIC) Steering Committee for the Center for Strategic & International Studies. Previously, he served under President Clinton as Deputy Assistant to the President for Economic Policy, where he shaped international and domestic policies. He also served as executive associate director, managing the federal budget for the Office of Management and Budget in the Carter administration. During his tenure as senior partner and vice chairman for Strategy and Learning at Coopers & Lybrand, Mr. Cutter designed the firm's corporate strategy, finance and organizational design as related to the telecommunications and information industry. Mr. Cutter has extensive international experience, and has spent substantial time in Africa and Latin America. He has also worked with the World Bank on public sector management projects, and served on the board of Volunteers for Technical Assistance (VITA). He holds degrees from Harvard University (summa cum laude); Oxford University (as a Rhodes scholar) and Princeton University's Woodrow Wilson School.

DAVIS, EARL THOMAS
ERWIN, JOHN WALTER
GERRITY, THOMAS PATRIC

Dean, The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania

HAMACHEK, ROSS FRANK

http://www.washpostco.com/ar97_dir.htm 1997 Annual Report - Corporate Directory Ross F. Hamachek Vice President--Planning and Development

HOLMQUIST, RICHARD HARRY
KAHAM, MORTON G.
KUDRLE, ROBERT THOMAS

Dr. Kudrle is a Professor at the Hubert H. Humphrey Institute for Public Policy at the University of Minnesota. He studies industrial organization, public policy toward business, and international economic policy. Much of his recent research has examined economic relations among industrial countries. He has served as a consultant and expert witness for the Antitrust Division of the U.S. Department of Justice and as a consultant to the Internal Revenue Service, Canadian Department of Consumer and Corporate Affairs, U.N. Center on Transnational Corporations, Overseas Private Investment Corporation, Agency for International Development, and Urban Institute. Kudrle is past coeditor of International Studies Quarterly and serves on its editorial board. He also has been on the editorial boards of Journal of Health Politics Policy and Law, International Interactions, International Political Economy Yearbook, and the Minnesota Journal of Global Trade. A Rhodes Scholar, Kudrle holds a master of philosophy degree in economics from Oxford University and a doctorate in economics from Harvard University.

LUTZER, DAVID JOHN
MCCAIN, MORRIS ALLEN
MITCHELL, BERT BREON
MUNFORD, ROBERT SIMS
NOBLE, RICHARD SCOTT
PARKHURST, GUY W. H.
PRESSLER, LARRY LEE - CFR

Senator Larry Pressler: Member of Congress for 22 years (R - S. Dakota) -- 18 years in the Senate; author of the Telecommunications Act of 1996; Chairman of the Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee; author of various aviation, pipeline, transportation, satellite, foreign policy, business and trade legislation during his time in Congress; former Rhodes Scholar at Oxford, England (graduate); Harvard Law School (graduate); and Vietnam veteran (U.S. Army). Pressler was awarded Vietnam military decorations from the Mekong Delta and the Tet Offensive. During his tenure in the Senate, Senator Pressler served on the following Committees: Commerce, Foreign Relations, Finance, Banking, Environment and Public Works, Small Business, Judiciary and Special Committee on Aging. Pressler has been a McKinsey & Company business consultant and spent three years as an attorney in the U.S. State Department Legal Advisor's office. As a government lawyer, Larry Pressler worked on economic, business, GATT and other trade issues. He was elected to the U.S. House of Representatives in 1974 and to the U.S. Senate in 1978 where he served until 1997. Since leaving the U.S. Senate in January 1997, Senator Pressler has practiced telecommunications law in Washington D.C. with the firm of O'Connor and Hannan. He serves on eight corporate boards.

PRESSLY, PAUL MOFFATT
RISSER, WILLIAM LEIGH
ROWE, THOMAS DUDLEY JR.
SAPERSTEIN, LEE WALDO
SKOLNIK, MICHAEL LEWIS
SMITH, STEPHEN KENDELL
SPETH, JAMES GUSTAVE - CFR

James Gustav Speth, administrator of the United Nations Development Program, which compiled the Human Development Report 1996 (From "U.N. Survey Finds World Rich-Poor Gap Widening," in New York Times).

STOIBER, CARLTON RAY
TAYLOR, DAVIS
THOMAS, BRUCE RICHARD
WESTLING, JON NORMAN

Office of the President: President, Jon Westling...Boston University

WOOD, PETER HUTCHINS

1965

Bach, Danilo Nicholas

Academy Award® Writers, 1980s Awards for 1984 Screenplay Written Directly for the Screen: Winner: Robert Benton "Places in the Heart" Also nominated: Daniel Petrie Jr., Danilo Bach "Beverly Hills Cop"

Bancroft, Ronald Mann
Barisas, Bernard George
Bradley, William Warren

AKA "Bill Bradley" Presidential Candiate 2000 "Toward the end of Bill's Oxford sojourn in 1967, he felt the pull of basketball once again. Alone in the Oxford gym, he was shooting baskets when he realized that he wouldn't be satisfied until he tested himself against the best players in the world, and that meant the NBA. So he left Oxford and returned to the United States-as the newest member of the New York Knicks." Above from the official Bill Bradley web site; www.billbradley.com

Bill Bradley dropped out of Oxford two months prior to graduation in 1967, not as he claims to play for the New York Knicks, but to go into the Air Force Reserves. After serving only 6 months active duty as an officer (the requirement was 4 years active duty), he joined the New York Knicks in Dec. 1967. The following year Oxford let Bradley take "special exams" and he graduated Oxford in 1968.

Cotton, Thomas Arthur
Danzig, Richard Jeffrey

Mr. Danzig was sworn in as the 71st Secretary of the Navy on November 16, 1998. From September 1997 to November of 1998, Mr. Danzig was an Adjunct Professor at Syracuse University's Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs, and a Traveling Fellow of the Center for International Political Economy. In these capacities, he conducted research and interviews in Asia and Europe on international security issues. Mr. Danzig served as the 26th Under Secretary of the Navy from November 1993 to May 1997. In addition to addressing day-to-day issues, Mr. Danzig's work contributed to the greater integration of the Navy and Marine Corps, redirection and reduction of the size of the Department in the wake of the end of the Cold War, development and implementation of a program to increase minority participation in the officer ranks of the Navy and Marine Corps, and innovation in a number of programs affecting both warfighting and diplomacy. In recognition of his work as Under Secretary, Mr. Danzig was awarded the Defense Distinguished Service and the Navy Distinguished Service Awards. Mr. Danzig was a Washington, D.C., partner of the national law firm of Latham & Watkins from 1981 to 1993. He served as Deputy Chair of the firm's International Practice Group, and also as Director of its Japan Group. From 1979 to 1981, Mr. Danzig served as Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Manpower, Reserve Affairs and Logistics. Prior to that, he served for a year and a half in the same office as a Deputy Assistant Secretary. In that role, he contributed particularly to the development of the Department's capacity to mobilize manpower and materiel for deployment abroad. In 1981, he was awarded the Defense Distinguished Public Service Award…. Mr. Danzig has lectured extensively on a variety of national security and legal issues. In addition, he served as a senior evaluator for Joint Chiefs of Staff mobilization exercises, a consultant to the Department of State on defense trade controls, and a member of a National Academy of Science panel on defense manpower issues. Mr. Danzig has published numerous articles on legal topics and a book on American and British contract law. In 1986, he co-authored the Ford Foundation funded book, National Service: What Would it Mean?

Digilio, Victor Rodger
Fay, Brian Curtis
Gayer, Alan Joseph
Gearen, John Joseph
Groves, Wayne Eugene
Heineman Jr., Benjamin Walter - CFR
Holaday, Alva Bart
Hottell, John Alexander

Graduated from West Point in 1964, tenth in a class of 564. He was a Rhodes scholar in 1965. In Vietnam he earned two Silver Stars. He was killed in the crash of a helicopter on July 7, 1970. He was 27 at the time.

"…It comes from a Time…. magazine article about the cemetery here at West Point. The title of the article is Too Many Brave Souls by Jamie Malanowski. I encourage you to read it if you have not done so already. It was in the November 17, 1997 issue, I have a copy if anyone is interested. The final paragraph talks about John Hottell III, class of '64- a Rhodes scholar and two-time winner of the Silver Star. Sadly, he was killed in Vietnam in 1970, but in a letter he wrote to his wife before his death he said the following: "I deny that I died for anything- not my country, not my Army, not my fellow man. I lived for these things, and the manner in which I chose to do involved the very real chance that I would die.. my love for West Point and the Army was great enough... for me to accept this possibility as part of a price which must be paid for things of great value."…."

Keach, William Carroll
Knapp, Robert Hazard
Londergan, John Timothy

Dr. Londergan is a Physics Professor at the University of Indiana.

McClung, Merle Steven
McCormick, Peter Neely

Graduate of Cornell College of Iowa ('65), as of '97 associate professor of Philosophy at Coe College.

McGrew, William Clement
Markham, James Morris
Morgan, Miles
Nehring, Richard Dale
O’Flaherty, James Daniel - CFR
Ritch, John Bundy
Ruffin, Richard W. B.
Sansom, Robert Lewis
Smith, Michael Edward
Sorensen, Richard Perry
Spearman, Robert Worthington

1966

BACHMAN, RALPH WALTER JR
BERGMAN, STEPHEN JOSEPH
BUCKLEY, MICHAEL
CLARK, WESLEY KANNE - CFR

NATO Supreme Commander (from Arkansas) WH Fellow 75-76

CLARK, WILLIAM MACKEY
COHEN, RICHARD LAWRENCE
CULLER, JONATHAN DWIGHT
EARLY, STEWART

Tau Beta, Penn Alpha, 66

FILSON, CHARLES WEBB
FRERKING, WILLIAM PRESTON
HESSLER, CURTIS ALAN - CFR
HILLMAN, GERALD PAUL
HOWLETT, DAVID ROBERT
JOSEPH, RICHARD ANTHONY - CFR

Dr. Joseph is the Asa Griggs Candler Professor of Political Science at Emory University.

KENDALL, DAVID EVAN - CFR?

Lawyer for the POTUS

KNOX, WILLIAM DAVID
LE CUYER, PHILIP JEFFRY

"Tutor" (professor) at St. John's College, Santa Fe, NM. English Lit, Biology, Chemistry",,,"St John's College - Santa Fe and Annapolis campuses. Danforth Graduate Fellow. Woodrow Wilson Fellow

MALICK, TERRANCE FREDERICK

Film director (The Thin Red Line, Badlands, Days of Heaven) - a native Oklahoman and graduate of Harvard, now living in Austin, Texas

From moviepeople.hollywood.com: "Terrence [sic] Malick was the great enigma of contemporary filmmaking, a shadowy figure whose towering reputation rests almost entirely on a pair of near-perfect features released a generation ago. A visual stylist beyond compare, Malick emerged during the golden era of 1970s American movie-making, bringing to the screen a dreamlike, ethereal beauty countered by elliptical, ironic storytelling; resonant and mythic, his films illuminated themes of love and death with rare mastery, their indelible images distinguished by economy and precision. Born in Waco, Texas on November 30, 1943, Malick spent many of his formative summers working as a farmhand, an experience upon which he would draw extensively in his films. Upon graduating Harvard with a degree in philosophy, he entered Magdalen College in Oxford as a Rhodes scholar, but exited prior to completing his final thesis. On returning to the U.S., he became a free-lance journalist, with his byline appearing in publications including Life, Newsweek and The New Yorker. …"

MARSTON, RICHARD CHARLES

Director: Wharton School, U of Penn, the Weiss Center for Int'l Financial Research","Paper in Progress:March 98, "Pass Through and Exposure" with GM Bodner and B Dumas Weiss Center for Int'l Research, Wharton U of Penn. Visiting Professor: Kiel Institute, Bank of Japan, Chuluongkorn UThailand. Research Fellow: Brookings Institute, 71-72

MARTIN, MICHAEL MURRAY

Assoc Dean and Cameron Prof, Fordham U School of Law. Evidence, Torts. Also taught at: Chicago Law School - 68-69. U of Washington Law School - 69-72","Federal Rules of Evidence Manual 1994, with S.Saltzberg. 7th ed. Lexis Law Pub 98

MUNZER, STEPHEN ROGER

UCLA since Formerly with Covington and Burling. Formerly taught philosophy at Rutgers. Presently teaches: contracts, property, and legal philosophy. Listed as media contact person for Community Property Law, Organ Transplant Policy (organs as property - ethical and legal issues, not sperm and egg issues), Panhandling, Property Rights (political/philosophical issues re organ transplants/molecular biology)","Project from APA: looking at poverty, both voluntary and involuntary, bragging, homeless day laborers, begging as religious/secular ideal. "A Theory of Property Cambridge U Press 1990" American Philosophical Association - David Baumgardt Memorial Fellowhip. Social Philosophy and Policy Center at Bowling Green State U. Fellowship for Nat'l Endowment for Humanities

O'TOLLE, JAMES JOSEPH
PASCHALL, DOUGLAS DUANE

Appears on the list of long time Clinton friends to sleep in the Lincoln Bedroom.

RAWSON, ROBERT HAY JR.
REGAN, DONALD HARRIS
ROPER, JOHN WILLIAM
SCHINDLER, JAMES EDWARD
TEITELBAUM, MICHAEL SAM - CFR

Program Director of the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, is a demographer with a B.A. from Reed College and a D.Phil. from Oxford University, where he was a Rhodes Scholar. His past positions include: member of the faculties of Oxford University and Princeton University; Staff Director of the Select Committee on Population, U.S. House of Representatives; professional staff member of the Ford Foundation and the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace; one of 12 Commissioners of the U.S. Commission for the Study of International Migration and Cooperative Economic Development (1988-90); elected First Vice President of the Population Association of America, the scientific society of demographers. At present, he serves (via appointment by the Congressional leadership) as one of nine Commissioners of the U.S. Commission on Immigration Reform (known as the Jordan Commission after its late Chair, former Congresswoman Barbara Jordan). In April 1993, he was elected a Vice Chair of the Commission, and in this capacity is currently serving as Acting Chair.

TSIEN, RICHARD WINYU

Tau Beta, Mass Beta, 65 Professor and director of mental health research institute at Stanford; elected to National Academy of Science in 1997.

WAGERS, ROBERT SHELBY

Tau Beta, Arizona Beta, 66

WHITE, WILLIAM FRANK
YATES, DOUGLAS THOMAS

1967

Abbot, Charles Stevenson

Admiral; in 1998, Deputy Commander in Chief, U.S. European Command that provides combat-ready forces in support of U.S. commitments to the NATO Alliance. Born in Pensacola, FL, a 1966 graduate of the U.S. Naval Academy.

Alexander, John Rowell 

Allen, Thomas Hodge

Democratic congressman from Maine's first district. Committee memberships: Committee on Armed Services Committee on Government Reform Democratic Steering and Policy Committee … Worked one year for Senator Edmund S. Muskie and then attended Harvard Law School, graduating in 1974. While working in a Portland law firm for 20 years, Tom was active in civic affairs. He served on the City Council and as Mayor of Portland

Bock, David Ruick

Managing Partner of Federal City Capital Advisors, LLC, a strategic advisory and corporate financial services firm located in Washington, DC. In the past, he was a Managing Director in the London corporate finance group of Lehman Brothers and was responsible for developing their investment banking business in emerging markets such as India, Russia, Turkey, and Central Europe. A former Rhodes Scholar, Mr. Bock spent more than 16 years at the World Bank, gaining a first-hand knowledge of economic and social conditions worldwide and their influence on business strategy and performance. Mr. Bock will serve on the investment committee of The Nantucket Group.

Brecher, Kenneth Steven
Campion, Edward Winslow
Clendaniel, William Clark
Duff, William Michael
Forman, Barry Ian
Fredrickson, Michael Allan
Hardesty Jr., David Carter

David Hardesty was West Virginia University student body president and at Oxford, where he enrolled in Queen’s College, president of the Oxford American Student Association. After receiving a law degree from Harvard University, he served as tax commissioner of West Virginia (1977-80), chairman or secretary of the State Economic Development Authority (1977-80), the Municipal Bond Commission (1977-80), and the West Virginia State Tax Study Commission (1982-84). He has chaired many business and charitable boards and practiced law with Bowles, Rice, McDavid and Love in Charleston, West Virginia. When the state legislature reorganized higher education in 1989, Hardesty became the first chairperson of the University of West Virginia System Board of Trustees. He had been chairperson of the Board of Advisers of the University. On July 1, 1995, he became WVU’s twenty-first president.

Harrod, John Patton
Hitchner, Stephen Ballinger
Iwasa, Warren Mamoru
Katz, Ronald Stanley – CFR

Coudert Brothers - Areas Of Practice: High Technology, Antitrust & Trade Regulation, Antitrust Law Litigation & Appeals, Computer Law, Intellectual Property Law, Alternative Dispute Resolution, Science & Technology Law, International Arbitration, Business & Commercial Law, Trademarks, Unfair Competition….Past Positions: United States Department of State, Office of the Law of the Sea Negotiations, Deputy Director, 1977 – 1978 United States Justice Department, Antitrust Division, Prosecutor, 1975 - 1977 …International Legal Center Fellow, Bandung, Indonesia, 1973 - 1974

Killingsworth, Mark Robert
Krichberg, Jerome Michael
Marlantes, Karl Arthur
Oxman, Stephen Alan – CFR

Assistant Secretary of State for European and Canadian Affairs from 1993-1997

Pedersen, Richard Joseph
Peters, Charles
Price, Kent do Mers
Randolph, Robert Carter

VMI '67; attained a Harvard law degree, is director of 'a major chemical corporation.'

Was appointed by Governor Lowry to the position of Washington State Special Trade Representative in March 1994. Reporting directly to the Governor, Mr. Randolph serves as the policy advisor to the Legislature and Governor on trade issues, serves as the State's trade envoy to foreign governments on trade issues, and acts as the State's liaison to the federal government and the Congress on trade matters. As befitting its character as the most trade-dependent state in the nation, Washington is the first state to have a Special Trade Representative.

Schaffran, Stephen Daniel
Schaper, Richard Louis
Sheller, James Robert
Stillwell, Robert Earl
Stocking, Samuel Baker
Twomey, Daniel Ireland
Wagenseil, Harris
Ward, Thomas Reid

Rev. Ward is the Chaplain for Sewanee, the University of the South. Lecturer in Spirituality B.A., The University of the South B.A., M.A., Oxford University M.Div., Virginia Theological Seminary

 

1968

ALLER, FRANK WILLIAM

Frank Aller (1968) was Willie's roommate at Oxford, who apparently was 'repentant of draft dodging' and was found dead of gunshot to the mouth. He is in the DSL, cited in a NY Post article dated 10/3/98.

BERSIN, ALAN DOUGLAS

U.S. Attorney to Head San Diego City Schools 1998 In addition to being at Oxford with WJBC, he was also a classmate at Yale Law School, and a classmate of Algore's at Harvard. Bersin recommended Charles LaBella for the campaign-cash investigation.

BLAIR, DENNIS CUTLER

Admiral Dennis Cutler Blair is currently a member of the Joint Chiefs of Staff as Commander in Chief of Pacific and Asia (since February '99.) Just prior to assuming that command, he was Director of the Joint Staff in the Office of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. Also on staff of the NSC. CIA Director John Deutsch named him to a newly created post in '95-- U.S. Associate Director of Central Intelligence for Military Support. A recent quote from Blair in testimony before the House Armed Services committee in March 99: "China is not a military threat to U.S interests" and would not represent a threat for "at least 20 years." … Dennis Blair was a WH Fellow in '75-76, same time Gen. Wesley Clark was a WH Fellow.

BUTTE, GEORGE CHARLES

Graduate of Univ. of Arizona ('67), he is an English Professor (since '89) at Colorado College.

CLINTON, WILLIAM JEFFERSON - CFR - TC
CRAWFORD, JAMES ELLIS
EAKELEY, DOUGLAS SCOTT

Appointed by Bill Clinton to be a member of the Board of Directors of the Legal Services Corporation for a term expiring July 13, 1999 …. Eakeley also appears on the list of Lincoln Bedroom overnighters.

EARL, ROBERT LAWSON

A graduate of the Naval Academy, he rose to the rank of Lt. Col. in the Marines and was named to Reagan's National Security Counsel in 1986. He served in Oliver North's Political-Military Affairs Directorate as Deputy Director.

FLETCHER, WILLIAM ALAN

Nominated and Appointed Judge under Clinton: William A. Fletcher (J.D., Yale 1975) Nominated: U.S. Circuit Judge Ninth Circuit January 7, 1997 Formerly: Professor School of Law Boalt Hall University of California.

GLESS, DARRYL JAMES

Professor of English (Hire Date: 1980) Associate Dean for the Humanities….Darryl J. Gless has worked extensively in recent years on the educational challenges and opportunities occasioned by increasing racial, ethnic, and other kinds of diversity in university classrooms. He is at work now on the interpretive and pedagogical implications of the historical records of first contacts between European, Africans, and Americans. His books include a study of Shakespeare's Measure for Measure in its religious and philosophical contexts (Princeton University Press, 1979) and of the theological implications in Edmund Spenser's Faerie Queene (Interpretation and Theology in Spenser, Cambridge University Press, 1994). Gless has also co-edited, with Barbara Herrnstein Smith, a volume of essays on The Politics of Liberal Education (Duke University Press, 1991). He was appointed by Clinton to the National Endowment for the Humanities in 94 and served at least until 98. He may still be there

ISAACSON, JOHN MAGYAR
JOHNSON, ROBBIN ST. CLAIR - CFR

In 1997, VP of Public Relations for Cargill Corp


JONES, BOISFEUILLET

Boisfeuillet Jones: President and General Manager for the Washington Post JONES, BOISFEUILLET - Building at Emory University with name on it (medical). Wrote a book "Health Of Americans"

KEY, CHRISTOPHER SCOTT
KIMBERLY, ROBERT PARKER
MCCALLUM, ROBERT DAVIS

National Lobbyist Directory

MCFADDEN, THOMAS GEORGE

Thomas G. McFadden, Associate University Librarian, Cline Library, Northern Arizona University., Flaggstaff, AZ Tom has been Associate University Librarian at the Cline Library, Northern Arizona University since 1993. He also is an Adjunct Instructor, University Honors Program. Prior positions have included: Head, Humanities/Social Sciences Department, Shields Library, University of California; Head of General Reference, Rockefeller Library and Science Center, Brown University; Head of General Reference, Wallace Memorial Library, Rochester Institute of Technology. He has been a Tutor in Philosophy at Worchester College, Oxford University, UK….Chair-elect, College and University Libraries Division, Arizona Library Association (1995/1996) Pew Roundtable (1994/1995, 1995/1996) Northern Arizona University Faculty Senate (1995/1996). President, American Society of Indexers (1993/1994). Director, American Society of Indexers (1990/1991, Tom has chaired other librarian associations in California, New York, and Rhode island.

MARSHALL, KEITH COOPER

Lives and works in New Orleans. Owns an art gallery and a restored plantation called Madewood.

MARTIN, DELL HOWARD
PARISH, PAUL MERREL
PRATT, WALTER FLOYD JR.
REICH, ROBERT BERNARD

First Secretary of Labor for WJC..

REINECKE, THOMAS LEONARD

Can't find who he is, but found his address at the Naval Research Laboratory in Wash DC.

RIS, FEDERIC NASH
SAMUELS, DAVID ALEXANDER
SATTER, DAVID ARNOLD

Program coordinator for Central Europe and the republics of the former Soviet Union. A former Moscow correspondent for the Financial Times of London, he has written widely on Russia and the former Soviet Union for many years and is fluent in Russian. His book, Age of Delirium: The Decline and Fall of the Soviet Union, will be published in the spring of 1996 by Alfred A. Knopf, Inc. journalist and Russian specialist

SHEA, MICHAEL ALAN
SINGER, DANIEL DEWIN

Daniel D Singer is a journalist. He is a European correspondant for Nations Magazine and contributing writer for Monthly Review. An independent socialist magazine MONTHLY REVIEW, editors Paul M. Sweezy and Harry Magdoff Since its founding in 1949, MR has held an unswerving commitment to the Marxist approach to political economy and history. Widely appreciated for its unique blend of scholarship and activism, dedication to historical understanding, and readability, Monthly Review's independent vision of socialism and critical honesty make it an indispensable tool for understanding global capitalism and the prospects for change.

STERNS, RICHARD GAYLORE
TALBOTT, NELSON STROBRIDGE - CFR

Special Advisor for CIS - went to Moscow with Clinton?

WILLIAMSON, THOMAS SAMUEL - CFR

Thomas S Williamson (1968) is a lawyer whose litigation practice includes employment law and health and welfare law matters for state governments. He received a BA from Harvard College in 1968. From 1993 through 1996, he served as Solicitor of Labor for the U.S. Department of Labor. In 1978, he was named Deputy Inspector General for the U.S. Department of Energy.


 

1969

Amoss, Walter James

Yale '69; editor of the New Orleans Times-Picayune

Baker, Tyler Alexander
Bose, Thomas Neville
Calhoun, Charles Credille
Caudill, Randall Lee
Crandall, Grant Fotheringham

He's the United Mine Workers General Counsel and member of the Teamsters 'Independent' Review Board. Just about Clinton's age and his primer client is Richard Trumpka who has taken the 5th before the Grand Jury in the Teamsters-DNC-AFL-CIO cash swap scandel which took Ron Carey out. Trumpka was formerly the UMW President and is now John Sweeney's #2 at the AFL-CIO.

Drugan, Wayne Arthur
Griffin, Harold Eugene
Higham, John Robert

History Professor Johns Hopkins U

Janis, Mark Weston - CFR

Lawyer...written books on international law

Kerns, Hikaru Tsuruoka
Lackritz, Marc Edward

President Security Industry Association...Gave testimony before the House Committee on Banking and Financial Affairs on May 14,1997 on modernizing and restructuring the financial industry in the U.S….Advances in technology and increased global competition have improved efficiencies in the financial services industry. As spokesman for the SIA, Mr. Lackritz will discuss the possible changes in regulation and legislation in Washington to improve Wall Street's business of financing industry and managing investments for the public.

McCurine, William

Partner with Gray, Cary,Ware and Frederick Practice Group(s): Litigation Represents tire companies in major personal injury actions. Continuing advice to manufacturers on product liability issues. Represented General Partner in action involving breaches of fiduciary duty, breach of contract and fraud. Defended lawyer in legal malpractice action. William B. Enright Inn of Court, Treasurer/Secretary Lecturer for CEB and the Rutter Group on Tort Law Demonstrator of San Diego Inn of Court

Magaziner, Ira Charles - CFR??

Senior Advisor to the President for Policy Development

Menaker, Richard Glen
Michaud, Steven John
Miller, Lawrence Allen
Norton, Patrick Michael
Okerson, David Jonathan
Pfeiffer, Steven Bernard - CFR

Member of the law firm of Fulbright and Jaworski. Wesleyan University (B.A., 1969); Oxford University, England (B.A., 1971; M.A., 1983); University of London, England (M.A., 1973) Rhodes Scholar; Yale University (J.D., 1976). Member: The District of Columbia Bar; New Jersey State, American and International Bar Associations. Practice Areas: Corporate Law; Commercial Law; International Law. Published in the The National Law Journal he is on the Board of Directors of The Riggs National Corp…. The Washington Post has the Riggs Co. listed as #8 of the Top 30 Financial Institutions

Phillips, Randel Eugene
Ponsor, Michael Adrian

Federal District Judge for the Boston, Massachusetts district.

Porter, Roger Blaine

Roger B. Porter is the IBM Professor of Business and Government and Director of the Center for Business and Government. He has served for more than a decade in senior economic policy positions in the White House, most recently as assistant to the President for economic and domestic policy from 1989-93. From 1985-89, Porter was professor of business and government and faculty chair of the Program for Senior Managers in Government at the Kennedy School. He served as Director of the White House Office of Policy Development in the Reagan Administration, and as Executive Secretary of the President's Economic Policy Board in the Ford White House. He is the author of two books on economic policy, Presidential Decision Making and The U.S.-U.S.S.R. Grain Agreement. A 1969 alumnus of Brigham Young University, Porter was a Rhodes Scholar studying and teaching at Oxford University, where he received his B.Phil degree. He was a White House Fellow from 1974-75 and received his M.A. and Ph.D. from Harvard University. Member of the board of directors for Tenneco and is on the President’s Commission on White House Fellowships.

Roe, David Benson

Yale Law (74), he is a staff attorney in Calif. for the Environmental Defense Fund - chief author of Calif. Prop. 65, he has been involved with many govt. issues regarding chemicals

Roelofs, James Milton
Saba, Paul Francis
Schenkkan, Pieter Meade

Lawyer with the Austin, TX firm of Graves, Dougherty, Hearon & Moody who is involved in tobacco litigation, amongst other things.

Schork, Erich Kurt
Schwartz, Barth David
Sturm, Steven Ross
Von Kaenel, Howard Jackson
Weiskel, Timothy Claude

As of 1997, Professor of Ecological Ethics and Director of the Seminar on Environmental Values at Harvard

 

 

1970

BADARACCO, JOSEPH LOUIS

Harvard Business School Dept Head and author of numerous books on business ethics.

BARKER, SCOTT SOPER
BOLY, JOHN ROBERT

English Professor Marquette University

BOUCHER, BRUCE AMBLER
CAIN, BRUCE EDWARD

Professor of Government U.C. Berkely

CROCKER, RICHARD RANDOLPH
DOTSON, HEYWARD HARRELL

He was an NBA-caliber player from the last decent basketball team Columbia ever had.

ENGLES, CHARLES ROBERT
FALLOWS, JAMES MACKENZIE - CFR

Harvard grad who was a speechwriter for Jimmy Carter while a candidate and in the White House; he became editor of "U.S. News & World Report" in 1996 - Reporter for the Atlantic Monthly

GIBBONS, RAYMOND JOHN
HANSON, ERIC C.T
HICKS, DAVID VERN

President of Darlington School, GA

HUTCHINSON, DENNIS JAMES
KEITH, KENT MARSTELLER
KEYS, RANDOLPH GEORGE
MEHLMAN, MAXWELL JONATHAN

Currently a Arthur E. Petersilge Professor of Law, Case Western Reserve University, School of Law and Director, The Law-Medicine Center, Case Western Reserve University, School of Law. His law degree was from Yale University, 1975. Member, Ad Hoc Study Section, Ethical, Legal and Social Implications Branch, Office of Human Genome Research, National Institutes of Health (July 1994). Consultant, American Association of Retired Persons (1992). Report: Medical Malpractice Reform: An Evaluation of Alternate Methods for Assuring the Quality of Care and Compensating Victims 1992 (with Michelle Hardman). Participant, Surgeon General's Workshop on Increasing Organ Donation, July 8-10, 1991, Washington, D.C. Special Counsel, National Kidney Foundation, amicus appearance, Brotherton v. Cleveland, No. 89-3820 (January 18, 1991). Chairman, Section of Law, Medicine and Health Care, American Association of Law Schools (1990 term). Special Counsel, Special Committee on Medical Malpractice, New York State Bar Association (1988- ). Professional Advisory Board, Center for Biomedical Ethics, CWRU School of Medicine (1988- ). Member, Legal Policy Review Panel, National Leadership Coalition on AIDS. Cases Editor, Journal of Law, Medicine & Ethics, American Society of Law, Medicine & Ethics. Editorial Advisory Board, Health Law Journal of Ohio. Associate, Health Systems Management Center, Weatherhead School of Management, CWRU. Member, Advisory Panel on the Oregon Medicaid Demonstration Project, Office of Technology Assessment, U. S. Congress (1991-92). Member, Executive Committee, Institute for Urban Health, CWRU School of Medicine (1990-92). Committee to Design a Strategy for Quality Review and Assurance in Medicare, Institute of Medicine, National Academy of Sciences (1987-1990). Consensus Panel on Magnetic Resonance Imaging, National Institutes of Health (1987).

MILLER, WENTWORTH EARL

Author/instructor of the Legal Exam Essay Writing System. Yale Law School '77.

NEUGEBAUER, ROBERT DEAN
PAINTER, DAVID SIDNEY
PETSKO, GREGORY ANTHONY

Professor of Biochemistry and Chemistry, Brandeis University, where he is also Director of the Rosenstiel Basic Medical Sciences Center.

QUAMMEN, DAVID MICHAEL

Nature writer/novelist

REDMAN, ERIC

Heller, Ehrman, White and McAuliffe

RUDMAN, JEFFREY BRUCE

Jeff Rudman joined Hale and Dorr LLP's Litigation Department in 1975 and since then has become a nationally recognized authority on defending shareholder class actions and the related tasks of defending Securities and Exchange Commission investigations. He has been listed in every edition of "The Best Lawyers in America".

SHANOR, CHARLES ALGERNON
SHEA, PATRIC ARTHUR

Acting Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Interior for Land and Minerals Management Joined the Interior Department in August 1997, as Director of the Bureau of Land Management. Prior to assuming that position, he practiced law in Salt Lake City and the District of Columbia. He also served as an Adjunct Professor of Political Science at the University of Utah and at Brigham Young University Law School. In December 1996, he was appointed by the President to the White House Commission on Aviation Safety. Shea also previously served as General Counsel and Assistant Secretary for Standard Communications, Inc. in Salt Lake City from 1985-1993. He worked in the District of Columbia as Counsel to the U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee from 1979 to 1980.

SMITH, STEPHEN DOUGLAS
TRAINOR, RICHARD HUGHES
TROWER, CARLOS CHRISTOPHER

Private practice lawyer in Atlanta; Yale '70 and Harvard '76.

VIITA, PAUL SEARS
WILSON, STEPHEN LOUIS
WOLFE, WILLIAM HARLOW
WRIGHT, WILLIAM AUGUSTUS

1971

Atlas, James Robert
Blackshear, Perry Justin
Bogan, Willie Clyde
Call, Patrick Joseph
Churchill, John Hugh

Dr. Churchill is Vice President for Academic Affairs, Dean of the College, and Professor of Philosophy at Hendrix College in Conway, Arkansas. Note that Hendrix College is home to the infamous Arkansas Governor’s The Arkansas Governor's School is a six-week summer residential program for gifted and talented students who are upcoming seniors in Arkansas public and private high schools. The School is funded by the Arkansas State Legislature as a portion of the biennial appropriation for Gifted and Talented Programs, Planning and Curriculum, in the budget of the State Department of Education.

Davis, Jerome - CFR

(from a January 1998 White House Release, announcing Davis' nomination to the President's Commission on Critical Infrastructure Protection) "Mr. Jerome Davis, of Columbus, Indiana, is currently Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Noxtech Inc., an environmental technology development and marketing company. Prior to his tenure at Noxtech, Mr. Davis was President of Cummins Power Generation, Inc., a subsidiary of Cummins Engine Company. Mr. Davis was also Vice-President of Chemical Bank and an associate at Dewey, Ballantine, Bushby, Palmer & Wood. Mr. Davis received his A.B. from Princeton University in Politics, cum laude. He received his M.A. in Politics and Economics from Oxford University where he was a Rhodes Scholar, and his J.D. from Yale University Law School.

The (PCCIP) was created by Executive Order 13010 on July 15, 1996. The Commission's charge is to protect certain national infrastructures including telecommunications, banking and finance, transportation, water supply systems, emergency services, and continuity of government from threats both physical and cyber."

Ferruolo, Stephen Carl
Gaventa, John Price
Gogel, Donald Jay
Grisham, Larry Richard
Henbert, Marvin Charles
Hunt, Douglas Gene
Kuter, David John
Ligler, George Todd
Luik, John Carlton
Merrill, Thomas Wendell
Moussouris, John Peter
Neville, Thomas Brown
O’Brien, Thomas William
Page Jr., John Martin
Rahe, Paul Anthony
Raines, Franklin Delano - CFR

Undergraduate and law degrees from Harvard; he recently became chairman and CEO of Fannie Mae - he is the first African-American to become chief executive of a Fortune 500 company.

Director Office of Management and Budget

Rosa, George Machado
Rosenfeld, Robert Allan
Sancton, Thomas Alexander
Schaffer, David Matthews
Schmoke, Kurt Lidell - CFR

Now in his third term as Mayor of the City of Baltimore, was born in Baltimore on December 1, 1949. He attended the City's public schools and graduated with a bachelor's degree in history from Yale University in 1971. After attending Oxford University as a Rhodes Scholar, he received his law degree in 1976 from Harvard Law School. His views on legalizing marijuana have upset many.

http://www.tulane.edu/~aau/WR11.15.96.html FEDERAL RELATIONS REPORT OF THE ASSOCIATION OF AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES "….. Education Secretary: Richard Riley appears to be shopping around for something else, but he may stay at Education. If he does step down from that post, current successor candidates include Colorado Gov. Ron Romer; West Virginia Gov. Gaston Caperton; Indiana Gov. Evan Bayh; Georgia Gov. Zell Miller; former Deputy Education Secretary Madeleine Kunin; former New Jersey Gov. Tom Kean, a Republican; and Baltimore mayor Kurt Schmoke……."

[http://www.google.com/search?q=cache:www.mdhousegop.org/guvwatch.htm "…..

July 26, 1995 An opponent of gambling during his 1995 re-election campaign, Kurt Schmoke announces that his views have evolved: "Mayor Kurt L. Schmoke plans to propose a long-shot scheme to Gov. Parris N. Glendening today that would legalize gambling in Baltimore and use some of the profits from private gambling ventures to pay for the city's troubled public schools....'" (Baltimore Sun)

July 27, 1996 A quiet legislative interim is jolted by news of a secret deal: "Gov. Parris N. Glendening and Baltimore Mayor Kurt L. Schmoke yesterday said they have reached a 'conceptual agreement' in which the city would cede some control over its beleaguered school system to Maryland officials in exchange for increased state educational aid. The two men declined to discuss details..." (Baltimore Sun)

July 27, 1996 "Baltimore Mayor Kurt Schmoke and Gov. Parris Glendening reached a consensus yesterday on a plan to help city schools, but revenues from legalized gambling will not be part of the solution….(Washington Times)

July 30, 1996 The plot thickens: "A pair of unlikely allies has stepped up the pressure on Gov. Parris N. Glendening to abandon his neutrality and embrace the legalization of slot machine gambling in Maryland. Baltimore Mayor Kurt L. Schmoke and House of Delegates Speaker Casper R. Taylor, Jr. have both made it clear to the governor in recent days that they expect him to join them in the campaign for slots when the General Assembly reconvenes in January... " (Baltimore Sun)

July 31, 1996 And pot boils over: "Gov. Parris N. Glendening has agreed to support legalizing slot machines in Maryland and has pledged to give Baltimore at least $25 million of the gambling profits a year for education, Baltimore Mayor Kurt L. Schmoke said yesterday. Schmoke and Glendening made the commitment to him at a private meeting Friday as the two men negotiated an agreement on the city schools. The mayor said the governor asked him to keep the slots deal secret until Glendening could produce evidence that Maryland horse racing was being hurt by slots at Delaware tracks...." (Baltimore Sun)

Associated Press 3/00 "…..A Cuban diplomat who ignored a State Department demand that he leave the country on his own was taken into custody by U.S. authorities Saturday evening and escorted to an airport for a flight out of the country. Jose Imperatori, 46, accompanied by his lawyer, was escorted away from his lawyer by FBI officials………His decision not to return voluntarily came as no surprise, as Cuban officials signaled all week they had no intention of willingly abiding by the deportation order. Mr. Imperatori was introduced to reporters by Kurt Schmoke, a former mayor of Baltimore who has been retained by the Cuban government to defend the diplomat. After his remarks, Mr. Imperatori refused to take questions. Mr. Schmoke, who said his client planned a liquids-only diet until his name is cleared, was as his side as Mr. Imperatori and an entourage of U.S. officials moved through a parking garage to the automobile waiting to take him to the airport……"

Shechtman, Paul Lewis
Taylor, Richard Lewis

Graduated from Boston University

Wurglitz, Alfred Michael

1972

Banks, Robert Darryl
Brimingham, Thomas Francis

Harvard grad, Mass. state Senator from Chelsea, state Senate president as of 1997.


Bjerke, Bruce Terry
Braden, James McCarty
Carbonneau, Thomas Edgar
Clodfelter, Daniel Gray

Currently a State Senator in the North Carolina General Assembly (D - 40th Dist.). He's also an attorney with the Charlotte, NC firm of Moore & Van Allen. Practice Areas: Bankruptcy; Workouts; Antitrust; Unfair Trade Practices. Phi Beta Kappa. Rhodes Scholar. Law Clerk to Hon. James B. McMillan, United States District Court, Western District of North Carolina, 1977. Member, 1984-1987 and Chairman, 1986-1987, Charlotte-Mecklenburg Planning Commission. Charlotte City Council, 1987-1993.

Ellison, Keith Paty – CFR
Embick, Andrew Richar
Fall, Steven Michael
Farley, William Horace
Gardner, Timothy Pishon
Gouraige, Herve
Haagen, Paul Hess

Professor of Law – Duke Law School He has published, delivered addresses, and participated on panels involving such diverse topics as threats on the life of the president (with the psychiatrist Edwin A. Weinstein), the impact of the expansion of the federal judiciary (with the Honorable Arlin M. Adams), the history of English criminal law (with Professor Sara Beale), and whether college athletes should be paid. He is collaborating with Professor John Weistart on a project to re-focus and re-conceptualize the teaching of commercial law. Professor Haagen developed his diverse interests through a broad education at Haverford College, Oxford University, Princeton and Yale Universities, in a federal clerkship, and as a litigator in private practice. He joined the Duke faculty in 1985 after concluding that teaching at the Law School would "be an adventure."

Haar, Robert Theodore
Harley, Richard Michael
Hicks, Gregory Alan
Hughston, Lane Palmer
Johnson, Gart Thomas
Jones, Stanley Seburn
Kinsley, Michael, G. Ezra

Former editor of The New Republic??? and writer for TIME magazine.

Koskella, Richard Theodore
Luskin, Robert David
Menefee, Samuel Pyeatt

Senior Associate of the Center for National Security Law, and Maury Fellow of the Center for Oceans Law and Policy. A summa cum laude and Scholar of the House graduate of Yale, he was a Rhodes Scholar at Oxford University and also holds graduate degrees from Harvard, Virginia, and Cambridge. Menefee clerked for the Hon. Pasco M. Bowman (USCA 8th Cir.) and is admitted to the bars of seven states and the District of Columbia. Closely involved with questions of oceans law and maritime violence, Menefee is Chair of the Maritime Law Association's Working Party on Piracy, of the Marine Technology Society's Maritime Security Committee, and of the American Branch of the Internati onal Law Association's Committee on Law of the Sea. He holds positions as IMB Fellow of the I.C.C. - International Maritime Bureau (London) and Fellow to the Regional Piracy Centre (Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia), is a member of the I.C.C. Consultative Task Force on Commercial Crime, and is Professor and Scholar-at-Large at Regent University School of Law.

Sauer, Gerald Lewis
Spaeth, John Nicholas
Spikes, Jesse James
Stanley, Harold Watkins
Toohey, Timothy James
Trauger, Byron Roscoe
Ver Planck, Alan Lee
Wall, Leonard Lewis
Zoeller, Jack Carl

 

1973

Bautz, Marshall Williams
Blustein, Paul Jeffrey

Washington Post

Bowers, John Mathews
Burse, Jaymond Malcolm
Cannon, Michael Richard
Coggins, Paul Edward
Dionne, Eugene Joseph

Liberal journalist

Eth, Spencer
Ettinger, John Riche
Haass, Richard Nathan

Brookings Institution

Hendrickson, Chris Thompson
Jackson, Phillip Lee
Kalis, Peter John

At West Virginia University, Peter Kalis served as student body president and was elected to Phi Beta Kappa. At Brasenose College, Oxford he served as president of the Hulme Common Room and was awarded a doctor of philosophy in politics. He received a law degree from Yale University, where he served as editor-in-chief of the Yale Law Journal. After clerking for United States Supreme Court Associate Justice Byron White, Kalis became associated with the Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, office of Kirkpatrick & Lockhart LLP, and was elected to partnership at the firm in 1985. He currently serves on its management committee. Reared in Wheeling, West Virginia, Kalis lives in Pittsburgh.

Klotz, Frank Graham
Koplow, David Alexander
Koziol, Michael John
Lindner, Philip Ray
Lupfer, Tomothy Townley
Manget, Frederic Fairfield

Typed in "Manget" and out comes 2 declassified papers written by Frederick F. Manget! You could have knocked me over with a feather! My old high school chum really was a spook for the CIA. It was only then that I noticed a statement on the CIA website that said it was monitored ! and that it checked the pages you came from....1. "Another System of Oversight: Intelligence and the Rise of Judicial Intervention." Studies in Intelligence 39, no. 5 (1996): 43-50. "In effect, the judicial review of issues touching on intelligence matters has developed into a system of oversight.... Congressional inroads on all types of executive branch foreign affairs powers ... increased in the 1970s." Judicial oversight exist "in effective and powerful ways that go far beyond the conventional wisdom that national security is a cloak hiding intelligence activities from the Federal judiciary.... Federal judges are the essential third part of the oversight system in the United States, matching requirements of the laws to intelligence activities and watching the watchers." 2. "Presidential Powers and Foreign Intelligence Operations." International Journal of Intelligence and Counterintelligence 5, no. 2 (Summer 1991): 131-153. "Foreign intelligence operations are conducted under a direct line of authority from the powers granted to the president by the Constitution. As the needs of the nation for security from external threats have grown, so have the foreign affairs and war powers of the executive branch. Today, they clearly and directly encompass foreign intelligence operations, whether such operations have Congressional sanction or not." BTW... also stumbled onto a geneology page (late, late last night) of the Mangets (yes, he is listed) and saw that a Fred Prosper Manget was in China and wrote a book at the turn of the century. Will return and try to find out more.

Peppler, Mark Steven
Petkevich, John Misha
Pugash, James Zachary
Rexer, Lyle Clift
Rice, Brian Robert
Sauber, Richard Alan
Sheppard, David Burton
Smith, Ralph Harrison
Tillman, John Lloyd
Valenzuela, Terence David
Waters, Michael David
Williams, Mark Richard
Willkie, Wendell Lewis

 

1974

ALLARD, NICHOLAS WILLIAM
BARRON, THOMAS ARCHIBALD
BURK, THEODORE EUGENE
BURKE, MAURICE JOSEPH
CARTER, JOHN DAVID
COFFEY, CHARLES EDWARD
FOWLER, DAVID MC MULLIN
GAVIN, CHARLES EDWARD
GERSON, ELLIOT FRANCIS

Currently American Secretary of the Rhodes Scholarship Trust

GRAYSON,BRUNS HOLLAND
GRIFFIN, BRIAN COLVERT

An Oklahoman, Harvard grad ('74) with a law degree from Oklahoma; served in Bush cabinet, currently Secretary of the Environment in Oklahoma

HUNTER, MALCOLM LLEWELLYN JR.
ISAACSON, WALTER SEFF - CFR?

Editor of "Time" magazine - Born 5/20/52 in New Orleans; Harvard '74

JOHNSON, DAVID LAWTHER
KERR, ALEX ARTHUR JR.
KYLE, ALBERT SIDNEY
MC HALE, BRIAN GEOFFREY
MC KNIGHT, HAROLD BRENT
MC MILLEN, CHARLES THOMAS
MITCHELL, ROBERT BERTELSON JR.
MORAN, JAMES STEPHEN
ORISTAGLIO, MICHAEL LOUIS
O'SHEA, JOHN MICHAEL
PEA, ROY DAVID JR.
PIERCE, KERRY KIRWIN
ROSENBLATT, LEIF DOV
SIMS, WILLIAM JOSEPHUS
TALCOT, JAMES AUSTIN
VALENCIC, MATHEW THOMAS
WEINBURG, HARRY RANDOLPH
WOODY, ERIK ZENO

1975

Brown, Kenneth Charles
Christensen, Clayton Magleby

BYU '75; professor of business administration at Harvard Business School.


Collat, Donald S.
Cooper, Janes Hayes
Daho, Eric Carl
Fallon, Richard Henry
Feingold, Russell Dana

United States Senator - Wisconsin and noted lefty, with occasional independent leanings

Freeman, George Chester
Goldstein, Joel Kramer
Haden, Patrick Capper

Former quarterback at the University of Southern California. Currently ABC (?) sports announcer.

Harsh, Griffith Rugherford
Hunt, Paul Martin
LeMoyne, James G.
Liberty, Robert Leo
McCaffery, Michael G.
Matheson, Scott Milne
MERRELL, JAMES HART
PEASE, WILLIAM STEWART

Toxicologist with Calif. office of Environmental Defense Fund

PEISCH, CHRISTOPHER LYONS
POLIAKOFF, MICHAEL BARON
REYNOLDS, MELVIN JAY

United States Representative Democrat of Illinois A Rhodes Scholar, Congressman Mel attended the Chicago City Colleges and the University of Illinois at Champaign. He received his J.D.S. degree while studying at Oxford. Representative Reynolds also pursued a masters degree in public administration from the Harvard University Kennedy School of Government. Prior to his congressional career, Reynolds served as an assistant professor at Roosevelt University, executive director of the Community Economic Development Education Foundation, and as a local talk show host. Founder and former president of American Scholars Against World Hunger, Congressman Reynolds traveled extensively throughout the world. He worked with Ethiopian refugees in the Sudan and completed trips to Somalia in additional relief efforts.Reynolds also served as a member of the Executive Committee of the Chicago chapter of the NAACP and worked with community based organizations and churches on the 2nd Congressional district's problems. He was instrumental in leading marches against toxic waste dumps and landfills, and also created the first drug paraphernalia free zone in Chicago.Reynolds served on the Economic and Educational Opportunities Committee. In the middle of his second term in office, Reynolds was accused of having sex with a 16 year old campaign worker and was ultimately convicted. Reynolds resigned the Congress in November of 1995 before being sentenced to 2 years in federal prison.

From Capitol Hill Blue - 10/13/98: Former Illinois Congressman Mel Reynolds, imprisoned since 1995 for having sex with an underage campaign worker, was sentenced in federal court Tuesday to 6 1/2 years on a federal fraud conviction. U.S. District Court Judge Charles Norgle...ordered Reynolds to pay $20,000 in restitution for defrauding banks and other lenders out of about $400,000 in campaign contributions on personal expenses

ROLANDER, BERNARD CLAYTON
RUNGE, CARLISLE FORD

In 1997, Professor of Applied Economics at U. of Minn. He was the first director of The Center for International Food and Agricultural Policy (Funded by Cargill Foundation and ADM, and John Cowles, Jr.) - 1988-91. He was involved in the development of GATT. BA from UNC/CH; PhD in agricultural economics from U. Wisc.


SABATO, LARRY JOSEPH

U. of Virginia poly sci and TV airhead

SANDEL, MICHAEL JOSEPH
SAVITZ, ANDREW WADE
SCHIER, FLINT DORE
SELIGMAN, CRAIG HOWARD
SORRELL, ROGER DARRELL
TABOR, TIMOTHY LEE
WILSON, EMILE LEROY

1976

AUSINK, JOHN ARTHUR
BANKS, SAMUEL ANDREW
BASKER, JAMES GLYNN
BRENNAN, TROYEN A. S.
BRUNDAGE, WILLIAM HARVEY
CARTER, ASHTON BALDWIN

Professor at Harvard in the JFK School of Government, author, consultant. CFR

CRONON, WILLIAM JOHN
DAVIS, DANNY MAC
DUPREE, JOHN CARROLL
EISENBRAUM, MARK WESLEY
ELSTER, ALLEN DE VANEY
HALL, CHRISTOPHER PATRICK
HARRISON, ROBERT STEVEN
HASSE, PAUL THOMAS
HOLZMAN, STEVEN HEYWOOD
JENSEN, DAVID ALLEN
JOSWICK, HUBERT PHILIP
LANDEFELD, CHARLES SETH
LARSON, PETER MARVIN
MCGUIRE, JAMES J.
MC MAHAHAN, JEFFERSON ALLEN
MITCHELL, SOLACE (?)
MORALES, RICHARD
MOSTOV, KEITH ELLIOT

Professor and Vice-Chairman, Department of Anatomy School of Medicine University of California, San Franciscom - Education University of Chicago B.A., 1976 New College, Oxford, (Rhodes Scholar) 1976-77 Rockefeller University Ph.D., 1984 Cornell University Medical CollegeM.D.,1984


MURRAY, JAMES RICHARD
NELSON, STEVEN GARTH
NEWHOUSE, GEORGE BRAXTON
SCOBEY, DAVID MOISSEIFF
STECKLEBERG, JAMES MILTON
STONE, ALFRED DOUGLAS
LAWRENCE, PAUL TU
WALKER, DARRELL EUGENE

 

1977

ABELN, MAURA JEAN
ADAMS, JAMES ELI
ALEXANDER, CAROLINE ELIZABETH
BARKER, DANIEL A.
BURKE, CATHERINE LYNN
COINER, NANCY LEE
COUTU, DIANE LOUISE
DEUTSCH, SARAH JANE
GARWIN, LAURA JUSTINE
GENTLE, EDGAR
GONG, GERRIT WALTER
HALPERN, SUE MICHELLE
HOLMGREN, DOUGLAS EARL
HUNTER, WILLIAM ARMSTRONG
JENKINSON, CLAY STRAUSS

English and classics scholar - from North Dakota - presents one-man show revolving around historical figures


KENNEDY, RANDALL LEROY

Princeton and Yale Law grad, professor at Harvard Law, trustee of Princeton

KLOSKE, DENNIS
KOEHN, DARYL
KYNES, WILLIAM LELAND
LIPS, DANIEL LEE
LOCKHART,STEPHEN HAROLD
MCHENRY, RICHARD LEWIS
MUSCATINE,ALISON
NORTON, MARY CARGILL
PERKINS, ROBERT HOKE
PERLES, SUZANNE R.
RAFFERTY, SCOTT JOSEPH
ROSENHEIM, ANDREW
STENGEL, RICHARD A.
THAL, DENISE ANN
VAN DER VAART, HUBERTUS JAN
YASUNAGA, MILTON MINORU

1978

Agrast, Mark David
Barber, Jennifer Carol
Beesley, Kenneth Reid
Bradley, Mark Andrew
Brandon, Carter Jeffrey
Cohen, Fred Ehrenkranz
Duffey, Susan Eileen
Enterline, Lynn Elizabeth
Fornell, Eric Oliver
Foulon, Mark Milton
Greene, Jeffrey Alan
Grewe, Barbara Anne
Haddad, Mark Edmonde
Haight, Ann Marie
Henley, Lonnie Dean
Huscher, Justin Severance
John, Ann Meredith
Klevit, Rachel Ellen
Lander, Eric Steven

Professor, Dept. of Biology, MIT

Miller, Oliver Emerson
Olivarius, Ann
Parker, Richard Watson
Printz, Harry William
Rubin, Bruce Kalman
Russ, Susan Elizabeth
Seitz, Virginia Ann
Severson, Kim Ann
Severtson, Roald Bradley (Roald is the way it appears in the book)
Smith, Frederick Theodore
Stromseth, Jane Elizabeth
Weber, Doron

Brown '77; with the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation


Williams III, Daniel Walter

Daniel Williams was a chemistry major planning to attend medical school when he received a Rhodes Scholarship. At West Virginia University, he was varsity quarterback and, as a member of the Fellowship of Christian Athletics, exemplified Rhodes’ idea of service to others. He spent two years at Queen’s College, Oxford, and received his medical degree from the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, where he was a faculty member for one year. He accepted a fellowship to study neuroradiology at Bowman Gray School of Medicine at Wake Forest University. He has has been an associate professor of radiology (neuroradiology) at Wake Forest since 1991.

 

1979

Allen, Frank Hedrock
Banta, Kenneth Whittemore
Baskin, Pat McKinney
Case, Daniel Hibbard

Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer, Hambrecht & Quist Dan joined Hambrecht & Quist in 1981, and was initially an associate and then a principal in Corporate Finance. He also served as Vice President and then a partner in the Venture Capital Department, both in San Francisco and in London. In l983, he co-founded the business that became Hambrecht & Quist Guaranty Finance. Dan rejoined Corporate Finance in l986 as co-director of mergers and acquisitions, and became Managing Director and head of Investment Banking in December l987. In l989, he was named Executive Vice President; and in 1991, he was elected to the company's Board of Directors. In l992, he was elected President and Co-Chief Executive Officer. He became Chief Executive Officer in l994 and Chairman in l998. Dan is Vice Chairman-elect of the Securities Industry Association and is a member of The Executive Committee of the Board of Technology Network and the Nominating Committee of the New York Stock Exchange. Dan also serves on the boards of directors of AMB Property Corporation, Electronic Arts, Rational Software Corporation, the Bay Area Council, and the National Science and Technology Medal Foundation. Dan was named one of Silicon Valley's "25 Power Brokers" by Business Week (1997), one of the "Top 50 Innovators in Technology" by Time Magazine (1997), one of "l00 Global Leaders for Tomorrow" by the World Economic Forum (1998), one of Wall Street's powerful "Out-of-Towner" players by Worth Magazine (l998), and was the only specialty investment bank Chief Executive Officer named to the "Global Finance 600" (1998). He was a runner-up for Wall Street Transcript's Securities Industry "CEO of the Year" in l996. A native of Hawaii, Dan has a B.A. in Economics and Public Policy from Princeton University and studied management at the University of Oxford as a Rhodes Scholar.

Crowley, William Charles
Der Derian, James Arthur
Fine, Glenn Alan
Goodgame, Charles Daniel
Gootenberg, Paul Eliot
Graham, Helen Evarts
Haverkamp, Jennifer Ann
Hefty, Elaine Carol

(1995) The Valley Falls native graduated from K-State in 1978 and was the second Kansas woman selected as a Rhodes Scholar. She earned a bachelor's degree in microbiology from K-State and Oxford University, where she studied for two years. In 1985, at the age of 29, Cleary earned a medical degree from the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine in Baltimore. At the time of her death, Cleary was an assistant professor at the University of Colorado Health and Sciences Center in Boulder, Colo. As a practicing physician, Cleary was responsible for providing primary care for indigent patients, and she also taught medical students and residents, according to the Nellis Funeral Home

Hildreth, James Earl
Michael, Jerome Hopkins
Jackson, Jeffry Alan
Kiechel, Mary Victoria
Lodge, David Michael
Lord, Sara Matilthe
Maloney, Robert Keller
Marvel, Deborah Joan
Min, Nancy-Ann Elizabeth

Graduate of Univ. of Tenn. - Knoxville; White House Budget Officer

Peacock, Jon Alan
Russin, Robin Uriel
Santos, John Phillip
Smith, Thomas A. C.
Stevenson, Karen Leslie
Ulanov, Nicholas Agustine
Underhill, Stefan Richard
Villancourt, Margaret Mary

 

1980

Altman, William Carl
Anderson, Betsy L.
Bender, William Henry
Crovitz, Gordon

Far Eastern Economic Review (owned by Dow Jones) 25/F Citicorp Ctr, 18 Whitfield Rd, Causeway Bay, HK Tel 2508 4300; Fax 2503 2992 Gordon Crovitz - Editor, Publisher & Managing Director Dow Jones & Company, Inc. SVP Electronic Publishing: L. Gordon Crovitz ONLINE JOURNALISM CONFERENCE "From the Medium to the Message" … Panelists: L. Gordon Crovitz, senior vice president/electronic publishing of Dow Jones & Company … FREEDOM AIDS STABILITY IN SOUTHEAST ASIA The two freest economies in the world are Hong Kong and Singapore, according to the "1998 Index of Economic Freedom" published earlier this week by the Heritage Foundation and the Wall Street Journal. The two get perfect scores for free trade, lack of government intervention in the economy, openness to foreign investment, protection of property rights, low levels of regulation and the absence of a black market. These conditions suggest that markets in Southeast Asia -- recently rocked by financial turmoil -- will stabilize soon, says L. Gordon Crovitz, Dow Jones vice president for planning and development.

Crown, Steven A.
Ervin, Clark Kent

Assistant Attorney General of Texas Assistant Secretary of State

Clark Kent Ervin - Not only is he the current Assistant AG in Texas, and former Assistant SOS in Texas, but also served in George H.W. Bush's White House. He is an African-American conservative with an impressive background, which I won't bother going into here. He sits on the current Rhodes Scholars board, and is the committee head for the region. … He also has the dubious honor of being one of those "dangerous" Republicans whose files were included in FILEGATE……"

Fedorowycz, Thor Orset
Fletcher, Linda Lucille
Frank, Ross Harold
Goodkin, Susan Linda
Hefler, Adam Daniel
Hollen, Andrea Lee
Jorns, Ann K.
Karamanian, Susan Louise
King, Mary Carolyn
Lee, Ronald Derek
Levine, David W.
London, Robert J. L.
Long, Jr, Robert Allen
Miller, Christopher D.
Morillo, Stephen Reeder
Nalebuff, Barry James
Nathans, Eli
Rome, Adam Ward

Assistant Professor in History and Geography at Penn State University specializing in American environmental history. "After earning a B.A. in history at Yale and studying at Oxford as a Rhodes Scholar, I did my Ph.D. in history at the University of Kansas, where I worked with Donald Worster. My dissertation was an environmental history of home-building in American suburbs, 1945-1970. I also have done work on the history of popular perceptions of pollution, especially in the period from 1865 to 1915. At Penn State, I teach undergraduate and graduate courses in environmental history. I also teach a general-education survey of human-nature relationships, with a geographical and historical focus, and a number of courses in American history since 1877."

Saxberg, Bror V. H.
Schatz, David Gilliam
Sellers, Martimer Newlin
Shaka, Athan James
Underwood, Craig Hall

When Craig Underwood received a Rhodes Scholarship, he had just been elected West Virginia University student body president and was lobbying the Morgantown City Council to pass a health and safety housing code. To secure passage of the code, he registered thousands of students to vote. He established the Governor’s Advisory Board of Students and was a member of Mortar Board, Phi Sigma Alpha, Order of the Grail, Mountain, and Phi Beta Kappa. He graduated magna cum laude in political science. At Queen’s College, Oxford, Underwood helped found the Wall and Broad Club. He earned an M.B.A. from the University of Chicago and joined the management consulting firm of Bain and Company in Boston, Massachusetts. He left that firm in 1991 to start Loyalty Management Group, a customer loyalty program and database marketing company located in Canada that now employs over 300 people. He is an active board member of Canadian Special Olympics and the Muscular Dystrophy Association of Canada. He is a member of the Young President's Association.

Van de Krol, Ronald J.
Walker, Karon Sue

 

http://www.channel2000.com/sh/news/stories/nat-news-20001210-104600.html 12/10/00 ".....Thirty-two Americans, among them the top-ranking students in the classes of 2000 and 2001 at the U.S. Military Academy, were chosen Saturday night as Rhodes Scholars. .....The winners were selected by eight regional committees from among 950 applicants who were endorsed by 327 colleges and universities throughout the nation. ....."

District I:

* Luke A. Bronin, Greenwich, Conn., Yale University

* Lipika Goyal, Scotch Plains, N.J., University of Pennsylvania

* Brian Mullin, Milton, Mass., Yale University

* Miles J. Sweet, Fairfield, Maine, Wheaton College

District II:

* Zachary J. Battles, State College, Pa., Pennsylvania State University

* Seth A. Bodnar, Franklin, Pa., U.S. Military Academy

* Brandon Miller, Mohrsville, Pa., Princeton University

* Carl Strauchler, Orange, N.J., Yeshiva University

District III:

* Matthew Baugh, Raleigh, N.C., Duke University

* Niuniu Ji, Greenville, N.C., Case Western Reserve University

* Westley W. O. Moore, Pasadena, Md., Johns Hopkins University

* Thomas M. Pallathy, Newark, Del., University of Delaware

District IV:

* Ben M. Goodwin, Conway, Ark., Hendrix College

* Thomas S. McCaleb Jr., Tallahassee, Fla., U.S. Air Force Academy

* Anna R. Terry, Fort Smith, Ark., University of Arkansas

* Bradley D. Tuggle, Decatur, Ala., University of Alabama

District V:

* Bradley J. Henderson, Loveland, Ohio, University of Chicago

* Sarah S. Johnson, Lexington, Ky., Washington University

* Raju Raval, Fort Wayne, Ind., Indiana University

* Rudyard W. Sadleir, Park Ridge, Ill., University of Illinois at Chicago

District VI:

* Phillip N. Assmus, Madison, S.D., Luther College

* Ian Klaus, Belvedere, Calif., Washington University

* Nicholas O. Melin, Fox Point, Wis., U.S. Military Academy

* Molly Zahn, Stevens Point, Wis., University of Minnesota

District VII

* Joshua A. Chafetz, Houston, Texas, Yale University

* Sara C. Galvan, Houston, Texas, University of Texas

* Philip Mann, Durango, Colo., Arizona State University

* Joshua D. Nassiri, Hayden, Idaho, U.S. Naval Academy

District VIII

* Emma Brunskill, Edmonds, Wash., University of Washington

* Jordan A. Krall, Encino, Calif., Amherst College

* Carl H. Tape, Fairbanks, Alaska, Carleton College

* Courtney C. J. Voelker, Portland, Ore., Brown University