List of Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy alumni

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This is a list of select prominent alumni/ae of The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University in Medford, Massachusetts.

Government, Diplomacy, and International Organizations[edit]

International Finance and Energy[edit]

Non-Profits and NGOs[edit]

Academia[edit]

Writers and Journalists[edit]

Military[edit]

Private Sector[edit]

  • Phillip K. Asherman, GMAP04, President and CEO of the Chicago Bridge & Iron Company
  • Robert G. Bell, F70 Senior Vice President of Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC) and former NATO Assistant Secretary General for Defense Investment
  • Charles N. Bralver, F75, former Vice Chairman and Founding Partner, Oliver Wyman
  • Daniel K. Chao, F75, former President and Chairman, Bechtel Corporations, China
  • Meng Dong, F99, President, Beijing Hengkun (Group) Ltd.
  • Gerald W. Ford, F84, Founder and Chairman, Caffè Nero
  • Mike Gadbaw, F70, former Vice President and Senior Counsel for International Law & Policy at General Electric
  • Ignasius Jonan, GMAP05, former President & CEO, Bahana Pembinaan Ushaha, Indonesia
  • Robert E. Kiernan, F81, Chairman & CEO, Advanced Portfolio Management
  • Jim Manzi, F79, Founder and former CEO of Lotus.
  • Kingsley Moghalu, F92, Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Sogato Strategies S.A
  • Janet Norwood, F46, Director, Mid Atlantic Medical Services
  • B. Craig Owens, GMAP01, Executive Vice President & Chief Financial Officer, Delhaize Group, Brussels, Belgium
  • Betsy Parker Powel, F57, President, Diamond Machine Technology
  • Neil Smit, F88, President Comcast Cable & former President & CEO, Charter Communications
  • Richard Thoman, F67, former President and CEO of Xerox, Inc.
  • Dimitris Tziotis, F95, President and CEO of Cleverbank, an award-winning strategy consultancy
  • David Welch, F77, Regional President of Europe/Africa/Middle East/South West Asia for Bechtel and former Assistant Secretary of State for Near Eastern Affairs

References[edit]

  1. ^ Hersh, Philip (2011-06-03). "Ms. Kwan Goes to Washington: At 30, master's degree in hand, she moves further beyond skating". Chicago Tribune. Retrieved 2011-06-16. 
  2. ^ Branigin, William (2013-10-24). "William H. Sullivan dies at 90; veteran diplomat was last U.S. ambassador to Iran". The Washington Post.