List of Georgetown University alumni

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Thirty-four men in black robes and square academic caps stand on an outdoor staircase.
Georgetown College class of 1920 assembled on the steps of the Old North building.

Georgetown University is a private research university located in Washington, D.C. Founded in 1789, Georgetown University is the oldest Catholic and Jesuit institution of higher education in the United States. The school graduates about two thousand undergraduate and postgraduate students annually. There are nine constitutive schools, five of which offer undergraduate degrees and six of which offer graduate degrees, as two schools offer both undergraduate and graduate degrees.

Legend[edit]

Note: Individuals who may belong in multiple sections appear only in one. An empty class year or school/degree box indicates that the information is unknown.
* Indicates the alumnus or alumna attended but did not graduate (includes years of attendance)

  • CAS – former College of Arts & Sciences
  • SLL – former School of Languages and Linguistics, now the Faculty of Languages and Linguistics within the College
  • R – Medical residency in the School of Medicine
  • W – Fellowship in the School of Medicine
  • Nur – former Georgetown University Nursing School
  • GPPI – former Georgetown Public Policy Institute
  • SCE – former School of Summer and Continuing Education
  • CED – School of Continuing Education
  • MSFS – Master of Science in Foreign Service (graduate)
  • SSP – Security Studies Program (graduate)

Academia[edit]

College and university presidents[edit]

Name Class year School/
degree
Notability Reference
Carmen Twillie Ambar 1989 Law President of Oberlin College, 2017–present; President of Cedar Crest College, 2008–2017 [1]
Robert L. Barchi 1967,
1970
SFS,
Law
President of Rutgers University, 2012–present; President of Thomas Jefferson University, 2004–12; Provost of the University of Pennsylvania, 1998–2004 [2]
Rev. Lawrence Biondi 1976 Col President of Saint Louis University, 1987–2013 [3]
Rev. Thomas Curran 1979 MSB President of Rockhurst University, 2006–present [4]
John J. DeGioia 1980,
1994
Grad,
Col
President of Georgetown University, 2001–present [5][6]
Rev. Thomas R. Fitzgerald 1938–1939* Col President of Fairfield University, 1973–79; President of Saint Louis University, 1979–87 [7]
Allison Garrett 1990 Med President of Emporia State University, 2016–present; former Walmart Vice President/Legal Counsel [8]
Susan Hockfield 1979 Grad President of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2004–12 [9]
George R. Houston, Jr. 1961 MSB President of Mount St. Mary's University, 1994–2003 [10]
Rev. Brian F. Linnane 1981 Grad President of Loyola University Maryland, 2005–present [11]
Very Rev. William Matthews 1790s Col President of Georgetown College, 1809; Vicar General of the Diocese of Philadelphia [12]
Rev. Leo J. O'Donovan 1956 Col President of Georgetown University, 1989–2001 [13]
Rev. Scott R. Pilarz 1981 Col President of Marquette University, 2011–13; President of the University of Scranton, 2003–11 [14]
Rev. John Pinasco 1868–1872* President of the University of San Francisco, 1876–80; President of Santa Clara College, 1880–83, 1888–93 [15]
Daniel R. Porterfield 1983 Col President of Franklin & Marshall College, 2011–present [16]
A. Kenneth Pye 1954,
1955
Law,
LL.M.
President of Southern Methodist University, 1987–94 [17]
Kathleen Ross 1971 Grad President of Heritage University; MacArthur Fellow [18]
Debora L. Spar 1984 SFS President of Barnard College, 2008–present [19]
B. Joseph White 1969 SFS President of the University of Illinois, 2005–09 [20]

Faculty[edit]

Name Class year School/
degree
Notability Reference
Anthony Clark Arend 1980 SFS Professor of government and foreign service at Georgetown University; Senior Associate Dean for Graduate and Faculty Affairs of the Walsh School of Foreign Service; Director of the Master of Science in Foreign Service Program [21]
Ian C. Ballon 1998 LL.M. Professor of law at Stanford Law School; Executive Director of the Center for E-Commerce [22]
Robert J. Cottrol Law Professor of law at George Washington University Law School; legal historian [23]
Nora Demleitner 1994 LL.M. Dean of Washington and Lee University School of Law, 2012–15; Dean of Hofstra University School of Law, 2007–12; Roy L. Steinheimer Jr. Professor of Law at Washington and Lee University School of Law [24]
David John Doukas 1983 Med William Ray Moore Chair of Family Medicine and Medical Humanism at University of Louisville; Medical Ethics and Professionalism Educator [25]
Noura Erakat 2012 LL.M. Assistant Professor of law at George Mason University School of Law, co-editor of Jadaliyya, prior Freedman Teaching Fellow at Temple University Beasley School of Law [26][27]
Thomas J. Healey 1964 Col Senior fellow at the John F. Kennedy School of Government of Harvard University [28]
Nancy Hubbard 1985 MSB Professor of business, author, and Miriam Katowitz Chair of Management and Accounting at Goucher College [29]
Darnell Hunt 1988 MBA Professor of Sociology and African American Studies, Dean of Social Sciences at UCLA. [30]
Bruce Masters Col John E. Andrus Professor of History; Coordinator, Middle Eastern Studies, Wesleyan University [31]
Ed Renwick 1960 Col Professor of political science and Director of the Institute of Politics at Loyola University New Orleans; political commentator [32]
Edward F. Sherman 1959 Col Dean and W.R. Irby Chair in Law at Tulane University Law School [33]
David Vladeck 1977 LL.M. Professor of law and Co-Director of the Institute for Public Representation at Georgetown University Law Center; Director of the Bureau of Consumer Protection of the Federal Trade Commission, 2009–13 [34]
Mark von Hagen 1976 SFS Director of School of Historical, Philosophical and Religious Studies at Arizona State University; Director of the Harriman Institute at Columbia University, 1989–2001 [35]

Business[edit]

Name Class year School/
degree
Notability Reference
Joseph R. Baczko 1967 SFS President and Chief Operating Officer of Blockbuster Entertainment, 1991–93; founder and president of Toys "R" Us International, 1983–1990; CEO of Max Factor-Europe, 1979–83; Dean of the Lubin School of Business of Pace University [36][37]
Denise Bode 1984 LL.M. CEO of the American Wind Energy Association; Oklahoma Corporation Commissioner, 1997–2007 [38]
David G. Bradley 1983 Law Founder of The Advisory Board Company; owner of the Atlantic Media Company [39]
Charles Bunch 1971 SFS Chairman and CEO of PPG Industries; Chairman of the National Association of Manufacturers, 2007–08 [40]
Charles Cawley 1962 Col Chairman and CEO of MBNA [41]
Michael Chasen 1995 MBA Co-founder and CEO of Blackboard Inc., 1999–2012 [42]
Bud Colligan 1976 SFS Co-Chairman of the Monterey Bay Economic Partnership; founder and CEO of South Swell Ventures; chairman and CEO of Macromedia, 1992–97 [43]
Catherine Cook 2011 MSB Co-founder of the social networking site myYearbook [44]
Charles Donnelly 1896 Law President of the Northern Pacific Railway, 1920–39 [45]
William Doyle 1972 Col President and CEO of Potash Corporation of Saskatchewan, 1999–2015; Chairman of the Board of Directors of Georgetown University [46]
Mary Callahan Erdoes 1989 Col CEO of J.P. Morgan Asset Management, 2009–present [47]
Nicholas C. Forstmann 1969 MSB Founding partner of Forstmann Little & Company [48]
Joe Garagiola Jr. 1975 Law Senior Vice President for Standards and On-Field Operations for Major League Baseball, 2011–present; Senior Vice President and General Manager for the Arizona Diamondbacks, 1997–2005 [49]
Dexter Goei 1993 SFS CEO of Altice [50]
Rolando Gonzalez-Bunster 1968 Chairman and CEO of InterEnergy Holdings [51]
James J. Greco 1980 Col CEO of Bruegger's, 2003-2011; CEO of Sbarro, 2012–13; President of Newk's Eatery [52]
Jeffrey W. Greenberg 1976 Law Chairman and CEO of Marsh & McLennan Companies, 1999–2004 [53]
Ken Hakuta 1972 MSB TV personality known as "Dr. Fad;" CEO of Allherb.com Foundation [54]
Luci Baines Johnson 1965–1966* Nur Chairwoman of the LBJ Holding Company [55]
Jim Kimsey 1958* Col Founder, CEO, and chairman of America Online (AOL) [56]
Jules Kroll 1966 Law Founder of Kroll Inc. [57]
Thomas E. Leavey 1923 Law Co-founder of Farmers Insurance; co-founder of the Thomas and Dorothy Leavey Foundation [58]
Doug Leeds 1996 Law CEO of Ask.com [59]
Ted Leonsis 1977 Col Chairman and CEO of Monumental Sports & Entertainment (owner of the NBA's Washington Wizards, NHL's Washington Capitals, WNBA's Washington Mystics, the Verizon Center, Baltimore-Washington Ticketmaster franchise); Vice chairman emeritus of AOL; producer of documentaries Nanking and Kicking It; chairman of SnagFilms [60]
Michael J. Mauboussin 1986 Col Managing director and head of Global Financial Strategies at Credit Suisse; chief investment strategist, Legg Mason [61]
Morgan E. O'Brien 1966 Col Founder and chairman of Cyren Call Communications, 2005–present; co-founder and chairman of Nextel Communications (now Sprint Nextel Corporation), 1987–95 [62]
Martin P. Paone 1978 Grad Chairman of Timmons and Company, 2008–present; Secretary for the Majority of the United States Senate; Deputy Assistant to the President for Legislative Affairs [63]
Paul Pelosi 1962 SFS Owner of Financial Leasing Services, Inc.; owner of the Sacramento Mountain Lions and United Football League; husband of Speaker Nancy Pelosi; three of their children are Georgetown grads [64]
Gary Perlin 1972 SFS Chief financial officer of Capital One Financial Corporation, 2003–present; chief financial officer and vice president of the World Bank [65][66]
Peter J. Pestillo 1963 Law Chairman and CEO of Visteon [67]
Charles Prince 1983 Law Chairman and CEO of Citigroup [68]
Patricia Russo 1972 Col CEO of Lucent and CEO of Alcatel-Lucent [69]
Chris Sacca 1997,
2000
SFS,
Law
Former head of special initiatives at Google; venture capital investor in Twitter and Uber [70]
Thomas Schlafly 1977 Law President and co-founder of the Saint Louis Brewery [71]
Justin B. Smith 1991 SFS CEO of Bloomberg Media Group [72]
Laurence Tosi 1990
1994
MSB
Law/MBA
CFO of Airbnb; former CFO of The Blackstone Group [73]
Eric Trump 2006 MSB Executive vice president of The Trump Organization; owner of Trump Winery [74]
Ivanka Trump 2000–2002* MSB Executive vice president of The Trump Organization; model [75]
Marcus Wallenberg 1980 SFS President and CEO of Investor AB; chairman of International Chamber of Commerce; Vice chairman of the Institute of International Finance [76]
David Wehner 1990 Col Chief financial officer of Facebook, Inc., 2014–present [77]
Mark Weinberger 1991 LL.M. Chairman and CEO of Ernst & Young; former Assistant Secretary of the Treasury for Tax Policy [78]
Ralph V. Whitworth 1985 Law Founder and principal of Relational Investors; former chairman of Waste Management, Inc., and Apria HealthCare Group, Inc. [79]

Civil society[edit]

Religion[edit]

Name Class year School/
degree
Notability Reference
Most Rev. Joseph Bernard Brunini 1930 Col Bishop of Jackson [80]
Most Rev. Jose Maria Cuenco Law First Archbishop of Jaro [81]
Most Rev. George Henry Guilfoyle 1935 Col Bishop of Camden [82]
HE John O'Connor 1970 Grad Cardinal Archbishop of New York; Chief of Chaplains of the United States Navy, 1979–83 [83]
Most Rev. Thomas John Rodi 1971 Col Archbishop of Mobile [84]

Think tanks, non-profit and activism[edit]

Name Class year School/
degree
Notability Reference
Mitch Bainwol 1981 Col Lobbyist; chairman of the Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers; chairman and CEO of the Recording Industry Association of America [85]
Joseph Cirincione 1983 Grad President of Ploughshares Fund, 2008–present; Director for non-proliferation at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace [86]
Joan Claybrook 1973 Law President of Public Citizen, 1982–2008; Administrator of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration [87]
Brian Concannon 1989 Law Director of the Institute for Justice & Democracy in Haiti [88]
Alexandra Cousteau 1998 SFS Environmentalist; founder of Blue Legacy [89]
Nellie Gray 1959 Law Pro-life activist; founder of March for Life [90]
Chad Griffin 1997 SFS Founder of the American Foundation for Equal Rights; President of the Human Rights Campaign, 2012 [91]
Mary Ellen Iskenderian 1981 SFS President and CEO of Women's World Banking (microfinance) [92]
Jan Karski 1952 Grad World War II Polish resistance fighter; Polish diplomat; professor at Georgetown University for 40 years [93]
Tim King 1989,
1993
SFS,
Law
Founder and CEO of Urban Prep Academies [94]
Barry W. Lynn 1978 Law Executive Director of Americans United for Separation of Church and State; Ordained minister in the United Church of Christ [95]
Olivia Mellan 1972 SLL Money conflict resolution coach and author of books on money psychology [96]
Richard Mudd 1921,
1922,
1936
Col,
Grad,
Med
Grandson of Dr. Samuel Mudd; led efforts to posthumously rehabilitate his grandfather's name [97]
Darcy Olsen 1993 SFS CEO of the Goldwater Institute [98]
Kenneth Rutherford 2000 Grad Co-founder of the Landmine Survivors Network; activist involved with the International Campaign to Ban Landmines, Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities, and Convention on Cluster Munitions [99]
Anthony Shriver 1988 Col President and founder of Best Buddies International [100]
Matthew Swift 2010 Col Co-founder, Chairman, and CEO of the Concordia Summit [101][102][103][104]
Matthew VanDyke 2004 SSP Freedom fighter and prisoner of war in the 2011 Libyan Civil War [105]
William B. Walsh 1943 Med Founder of Project HOPE; humanitarian aid activist; first U.S. physician on the ground in Hiroshima after the atomic bomb was dropped; recipient of the Presidential Medal of Freedom [106]

Government and politics[edit]

Heads of state and government[edit]

Name Class year School/
degree
Notability Reference
Abdullah II bin al-Hussein 1987 MSFS King of Jordan, 1999–present [107]
Ricardo Arias 1935 SFS President of Panama, 1955–56 [108]
Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo 1968 SFS President of the Philippines, 2001–10 [109]
José Manuel Barroso 1998 MSFS President of the European Commission, 2004–2014; Prime Minister of Portugal, 2002–04 [110]
Laura Chinchilla 1989 MPP President of Costa Rica, 2010–14 [111]
Bill Clinton 1968 SFS President of the United States, 1993–2001 [112]
Alfredo Cristiani 1968 MSB President of El Salvador, 1989–94 [113]
King Felipe VI 1995 MSFS King of Spain, 2014–present [114]
Saad Hariri 1992 MSB Prime Minister of Lebanon, 2009–2011; Prime Minister of Lebanon, 2016–Present [115]
Lyndon B. Johnson 1934* Law President of the United States, 1963–69 [116]
Željko Komšić 1982 SFS Tripartite President of Bosnia, 2006–present [117]
Alfonso López Michelsen SFS President of Colombia, 1974–78 [118]
Galo Plaza 1929 SFS President of Ecuador, 1948–52; 4th Secretary General of the Organization of American States, 1968–75 [119]

Governors of the United States[edit]

This includes the governors of the states and territories of the United States.

Name Class year School/
degree
Notability Reference
Toney Anaya 1963 SFS Governor of New Mexico, 1983–87 [120]
Coleman Livingston Blease 1889 Law Governor of South Carolina, 1911–15; United States Senator, 1925–31 [121]
James Caleb Boggs 1937 Law Governor of Delaware, 1953–60; United States Senator, 1961–73; Member of the United States House of Representatives, 1947–53 [122]
John Lee Carroll Col Governor of Maryland, 1876–80; great-grandson of Charles Carroll of Carrollton [123]
Michael N. Castle 1964 Law Governor of Delaware, 1985–92; United States Representative, 1993–2011 [124]
Peter Tali Coleman 1949,
1951
Col,
Law
First appointed Governor of American Samoa, 1956–61; first elected Governor of American Samoa, 1978–85, 1989–93 [125]
Jeff Colyer 1981 Col Governor of Kansas, 2018–present [126]
Mitch Daniels 1979 Law Governor of Indiana, 2005–13; President of Purdue University [127]
Christopher Del Sesto 1938 Law Governor of Rhode Island, 1959–61 [128]
Michael V. DiSalle 1931 Law Governor of Ohio, 1959–63 [129]
William S. Flynn 1910 Law Governor of Rhode Island, 1923–25 [130]
Luis Fortuño 1982 SFS Governor of the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, 2009–13 [131]
James H. Higgins 1900 Law Governor of Rhode Island, 1907–09 [132]
Frank Keating 1966 Col Governor of Oklahoma, 1995–2003; President and CEO of the American Bankers Association [133]
John H. Lynch 1978 Law Governor of New Hampshire, 2005–13 [134]
Terry McAuliffe 1986 Law Governor of Virginia, 2014–18; Chairman of the Democratic National Committee [135]
Jim McGreevey 1981 Law Governor of New Jersey, 2002–04 [136]
Steve Merrill 1972 Law Governor of New Hampshire, 1993–97 [137]
Luis Muñoz Marín 1915* Law First democratically elected Governor of Puerto Rico, 1949–65; known as the "Father of Modern Puerto Rico" [138]
Philip W. Noel 1957 Law Governor of Rhode Island, 1973–77 [139]
James C. Shannon 1918 Col Governor of Connecticut, 1948–49 [140]
Pat Quinn 1971 SFS Governor of Illinois, 2009–15 [141]
Thomas Pratt 1822* Col Governor of Maryland, 1845–1848, U.S. Senator from Maryland, 1850–1857 [12]
Don Siegelman 1972 Law Governor of Alabama, 1999–2003 [142]
John Spellman 1953 Law Governor of Washington, 1981–85 [143]

United States executive branch officials[edit]

Cabinet members[edit]

This includes members of the Cabinet of the United States.

Name Class year School/
degree
Notability Reference
William W. Belknap 1851 Law Secretary of War, 1869–76 [144]
George Cortelyou 1895 Law Secretary of the Treasury, 1907–09; first Secretary of Commerce and Labor, 1903–04; Postmaster General, 1905–07 [145]
Robert Gates 1974 Grad Secretary of Defense, 2006–01; Director of Central Intelligence, 1991–93; President of the Boy Scouts of America; President of Texas A&M University, 2002–06 [146]
Alexander Haig 1961 Grad Secretary of State, 1981–82; Supreme Allied Commander Europe, 1974–79; White House Chief of Staff, 1973–74; CEO, United Technologies [147]
Mickey Kantor 1968 Law Secretary of Commerce, 1996–97; U.S. Trade Representative, 1993–96 [148]
John F. Kelly 1984 SFS Secretary of Homeland Security, 2017; White House Chief of Staff, 2017–present [149]
Jack Lew 1975 Law Secretary of the Treasury, 2013–2017; White House Chief of Staff, 2012–13; Director, Office of Management and Budget, 1998–2001, 2010–12; Deputy Secretary of State for Management and Resources, 2009–10 [150]
Denis McDonough 1996 MSFS White House Chief of Staff, 2013–2017; Deputy National Security Advisor, 2010-2014 [151]
Kirstjen Nielsen 1994 SFS Secretary of Homeland Security, 2017-present [152]
Donald Rumsfeld 1957* Law Secretary of Defense, 1975–77, 2001–06; White House Chief of Staff, 1974–75; United States Permanent Representative to NATO, 1973–74; Director of the Office of Economic Opportunity, 1969–70; United States Representative from Illinois, 1963–69 [153]

Cabinet-level officers[edit]

This includes persons who are not members of the Cabinet but hold positions that are of cabinet-level rank.

Name Class year School/
degree
Notability Reference
Robert Lighthizer 1973 Law United States Trade Representative, 2017–present [154]
Mick Mulvaney 1989 SFS Director of the Office of Management and Budget, 2017–present; United States Representative from South Carolina, 2011–2017 [155]
John Podesta 1976 Law Counselor to the President, 2014–15; Co-Chairman of the Obama-Biden Transition Project, 2008–09; President and CEO, Center for American Progress, 2003–present; Chief of Staff to President Clinton, 1998–2001 [156]
Charles Schultze 1948,
1950
Col,
Grad
Chairman, Council of Economic Advisors in the Carter administration; Director, Office of Management and Budget, 1965–68 [157]
George Tenet 1976 SFS Director of Central Intelligence, 1997–2004 [158]

Agency heads and subordinate officers[edit]

This includes the heads of federal independent agencies and officers subordinate to the heads of executive departments.

Name Class year School/
degree
Notability Reference
Horace M. Albright 1914 Law Director of the National Park Service, 1929–33; conservationist; recipient of the Presidential Medal of Freedom [159]
Roger Altman 1967 Col Deputy Secretary of the Treasury, 1993–94 [160]
Bradley Belt 1984 Law Executive Director of Pension Benefit Guarantee Corporation, 2004–06 [161]
Philip Bilden 1986 SFS Secretary of the Navy (nominee pending confirmation) [162]
Robert C. Bonner 1966 Law Commissioner of the U.S. Customs and Border Protection, 2001–05; Administrator of the Drug Enforcement Administration, 1990–93; Judge of the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California, 1989–90 [163]
Bradford P. Campbell Law Assistant Secretary of Labor for Employee Benefits, 2007–09 [164]
Paul Clement 1987 SFS Solicitor General of the United States, 2004–08 [165]
Paula Dobriansky 1977 SFS Under Secretary of State for Democracy and Global Affairs, 2001–09 [166]
John J. Easton, Jr. 1970 Law Assistant Secretary of Energy for Domestic and International Energy Policy; Vermont Attorney General, 1981–85 [167]
Douglas Feith 1978 Law Undersecretary of Defense for Policy, 2001–05 [168]
Edwin Foulke 1993 Law Assistant Secretary of Labor for Occupational Safety and Health, 2006–08 [169]
Mark Gearan 1991 Law Director of the Peace Corps, 1995–99; White House Deputy Chief of Staff, 1993; President of Hobart and William Smith Colleges, 1999–present [170]
Avril Haines 2001 Law Deputy National Security Advisor, 2015–present; Deputy Director of the Central Intelligence Agency, 2013–15 [171]
Maura Harty 1981 SFS Assistant Secretary of State for Consular Affairs, 2002–08; CEO, International Centre for Missing and Exploited Children [172]
Kim R. Holmes 1982 Grad Assistant Secretary of State for International Organization Affairs, 2002–15; Vice President of Foreign and Defense Policy Studies at the Heritage Foundation [173]
Elaine D. Kaplan 1979 Law Acting Director of the Office of Personnel Management, 2013; Judge of the United States Court of Federal Claims, 2013–present [174]
Frederick Lawton 1920,
1934
Col,
Law
Director of the Bureau of the Budget, 1950–53 [175]
Jane Holl Lute 1999 Law Deputy Secretary of Homeland Security, 2009–13; CEO, Council on CyberSecurity [176]
Michael P. Jackson 1985 Grad Deputy Secretary of Homeland Security, 2005–07 [177]
Patrick F. Kennedy 1971 SFS Under Secretary of State for Management, 2007–present [178]
Robert M. Kimmitt 1977 Law Acting U.S. Secretary of the Treasury, 2006; Deputy Secretary of the Treasury, 2005–09; United States Ambassador to Germany, 1991–93; Undersecretary of State for Political Affairs, 1989–91 [179]
Robert Mosbacher Jr. 1973 Col President of the Overseas Private Investment Corporation; Chairman of Mosbacher Energy Company [180]
Andrew Natsios 1971 Col Administrator of the U.S. Agency for International Development, 2001–06; U.S. Special Envoy to Sudan, 2006–07; Chairman of the Massachusetts Turnpike Authority, 2000–01; Chairman of the Massachusetts Republican Party, 1980–87; Member of the Massachusetts House of Representatives, 1975–87 [181]
Michael Powell 1993 Law Chairman of the Federal Communications Commission, 2001–2005; President of the National Cable & Telecommunications Association, 2011–present [182]
Matthew A. Reynolds 1986 SFS Assistant Secretary of State for Legislative Affairs, 2008–09 [183]
Charles O. Rossotti 1962 Col Commissioner of Internal Revenue, 1997–2002 [184]
Michael A. Sheehan 1988 MSFS Assistant Secretary of Defense for Special Operations/Low Intensity Conflict & Interdependent Capabilities, 2011–13; Assistant Secretary-General for Mission Support, 2001–03; first United States Ambassador-at-Large for Counterterrorism, 1998–2000 [185]
Douglas Shulman 1999 Law Commissioner of Internal Revenue, 2008–12 [186]
Harry A. Slattery Under Secretary of the Interior, 1938–39; gave his name to the Slattery Report [187]
Daniel Tarullo 1973 Col Governor of the Federal Reserve, 2009–present [188]
Barbara Underwood 1969 Law Solicitor General of New York, 2007–present; Acting Solicitor General of the United States, 2001; Principal Deputy Solicitor General of the United States, 1998–2001 [189]
Christine A. Varney 1986 Law Assistant Attorney General for the Antitrust Division, 2009–11; Federal Trade Commissioner, 1994–97 [190]
Claudine Weiher 1967 MA Acting Deputy Archivist of the United States, 1986-1987; Deputy Archivist of the United States, 1988-1993 [191]
C. David Welch 1975 SFS Assistant Secretary of State for Near Eastern Affairs, 2005–08 [192]
Richard E. Wiley 1962 LL.M. Chairman of the Federal Communications Commission, 1974–77; founding partner of Wiley Rein & Fielding [193]
Robert L. Wilkie 1992 LL.M. Assistant Secretary of Defense for Legislative Affairs, 2006–present [194]

White House staff[edit]

This includes members of the Executive Office of the President.

Name Class year School/
degree
Notability Reference
Jerry Abramson 1971 Law White House Director of Intergovernmental Affairs, 2014–present; Lieutenant Governor of Kentucky, 2011–14; Mayor of Louisville, Kentucky, 1986–99, 2003–11 [195]
David Addington 1978 SFS Chief of Staff to Vice President Dick Cheney, 2005–09 [196]
Elizabeth Alexander 2008 Law Press secretary to Vice President Joe Biden, 2009–present [197]
Steve Bannon 1982 Grad White House Chief Strategist and Senior Counselor to the President, 2017–present [198]
Pat Buchanan 1961 Col Advisor to Presidents Richard Nixon, Gerald Ford, and Ronald Reagan; White House Communications Director, 1985–87; nationally syndicated political pundit; a frequent commentator on The McLaughlin Group [199]
Stephanie Cutter 1997 Law Assistant to the President for Special Projects, 2010–present; Communications Director of the U.S. Treasury, 2009–10; Chief Spokesperson for the Obama-Biden Transition Project, 2008–09; Chief of Staff to Michelle Obama, 2008 Presidential general election campaign [200]
John Dean 1965 Law White House Counsel to President Richard Nixon during the Watergate affair, 1970–73 [201]
Ron Klain 1983 Col Chief of Staff to Vice President Joe Biden, 2008–11; Assistant to the President and Chief of Staff to Vice President Al Gore, 1995–99; U.S. Ebola Response Coordinator, 2014–15 [202]
Frederick Lawton 1920,
1934
Col,
Law
Director of the Bureau of the Budget, 1950–53 [175]
Mike McCurry 1985 Grad Press Secretary to President Clinton, 1995–98 [203]
Beth Nolan 1980 Law White House Counsel to President Clinton, 1999–2001 [204]
Meghan O'Sullivan 1991 Col Assistant to the President and Deputy National Security Advisor for Iraq and Afghanistan, 2005–07 [205]
Dan Pfeiffer 1998 Col White House Communications Director, 2009–2013; Senior Advisor to the President, 2013–15 [206]
Jack Quinn 1971,
1975
Col,
Law
White House Counsel to President Bill Clinton, 1995–96 [207]
Kathryn Ruemmler 1996 Law White House Counsel to President Obama, 2011–2014 [208]

Ambassadors of the United States[edit]

This includes ambassadors of the United States to foreign states, international organizations, and at-large causes.

Name Class year School/
degree
Notability Reference
David Manker Abshire 1959 Grad President, Center for the Study of the Presidency and Congress; United States Permanent Representative to NATO, 1983–87; co-founder of Center for Strategic and International Studies; advisor to President Ronald Reagan [209]
Anne Slaughter Andrew 1977 Col United States Ambassador to Costa Rica, 2009–2013 [210]
Alexander A. Arvizu 1980 SFS United States Ambassador to Albania, 2010–14 [211]
Diego C. Asencio 1952,
1953
SFS,
Grad
United States Ambassador to Brazil, 1983–86; United States Ambassador to Colombia, 1977–80 [212]
Christopher C. Ashby 1968 SFS United States Ambassador to Uruguay, 1997–2001 [213]
Elizabeth Frawley Bagley 1987 Law United States Ambassador to Portugal, 1994–97; senior advisor to U.S. Secretary of State Madeleine Albright; Special Representative for Global Partnerships [214]
Vincent M. Battle 1962 SFS United States Ambassador to Lebanon, 2001–04 [215]
Willard L. Beaulac 1921 SFS United States Ambassador to Paraguay, 1944–47; United States Ambassador to Colombia, 1947–51; United States Ambassador to Cuba, 1951–53; United States Ambassador to Chile, 1953–56; United States Ambassador to Argentina, 1956–60 [216]
John W. Blaney 1976 MSFS United States Ambassador to Liberia, 2002–05 [217]
Richard J. Bloomfield 1950 SFS United States Ambassador to Portugal, 1978–82; United States Ambassador to Ecuador, 1976–78 [218]
Donald E. Booth 1976 SFS United States Special Envoy to Sudan and South Sudan, 2013–present; United States Ambassador to Ethiopia, 2010–13; United States Ambassador to Zambia, 2008–10; United States Ambassador to Liberia, 2005–08 [219]
Piper Anne Wind Campbell 1988 SFS United States Ambassador to Mongolia, 2012–present [220]
Maura Connelly 1981 SFS United States Ambassador to Lebanon, 2010–13; United States Chargé d'Affaires a.i to Syria, 2008–10 [221]
Ivo H. Daalder 1982 Grad United States Permanent Representative to NATO, 2009–13 [222]
Edward P. Djerejian 1960 SFS United States Ambassador to Israel, 1993–94; United States Ambassador to Syria, 1988–91; Assistant Secretary of State for Near Eastern Affairs, 1991–93; founding director of the James A. Baker III Institute for Public Policy at Rice University [223]
Thomas J. Dodd, Jr. 1957 SFS United States Ambassador to Costa Rica, 1997–2001; United States Ambassador to Uruguay, 1993–97 [224]
Cynthia G. Efird 1971 SFS United States Ambassador to Angola, 2004–07 [225]
Maurice Francis Egan 1879 Col United States Ambassador to Denmark, 1907–18 [226]
Lee A. Feinstein 1995 Law United States Ambassador to Poland, 2009–12 [227]
Laurie S. Fulton 1989 Law United States Ambassador to Denmark, 2009–13 [228]
Peter W. Galbraith 1990 Law United States Ambassador to Croatia, 1993–98; United Nations Representative in East Timor, 2000–01; Member of the Vermont Senate, 2011–15 [229]
Marc Ginsberg 1978 Law United States Ambassador to Morocco, 1994–98 [230]
Mark Gitenstein 1975 MSFS United States Ambassador to Romania, 2009–12 [231]
Scott Gration 1988 Grad United States Ambassador to Kenya, 2011–12; Major General, United States Air Force [232]
David Hale 1983 SFS United States Ambassador to Pakistan, 2015–present; United States Ambassador to Lebanon, 2013–15; United States Special Envoy for Middle East Peace, 2011–13; United States Ambassador to Jordan, 2004–08 [233]
Michael A. Hammer 1985 SFS United States Ambassador to Chile, 2014–present; Assistant Secretary of State for Public Affairs, 2011–present [234]
Parker T. Hart 1940 SFS United States Ambassador to Turkey, 1965–68; United States Ambassador to Saudi Arabia, 1961–65; United States Ambassador to Kuwait, 1962–63; United States Ambassador to Yemen, 1961–62 [235]
Maura Harty 1981 SFS President and CEO of International Centre for Missing & Exploited Children; Assistant Secretary of State for Consular Affairs, 2002–08; United States Ambassador to Paraguay, 1997–99 [236]
John E. Herbst 1974 SFS United States Ambassador to Ukraine, 2003–06; United States Ambassador to Uzbekistan, 2000–03 [237]
Stuart Holliday 1988 SFS President and CEO of Meridian International Center, 2006–present; United States Ambassador to the United Nations for Special Political Affairs, 2003–05; Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Public Affairs and Coordinator of the Bureau of International Information Programs, 2001–03; Special Assistant to the President and Associate Director of Presidential Personnel, 2001–03 [238]
Eric G. John 1982 SFS United States Ambassador to Thailand, 2007–10 [239]
U. Alexis Johnson 1932 SFS United States Ambassador-at-Large, 1973–77; United States Ambassador to Japan, 1966–68; United States Ambassador to Thailand, 1958–61; United States Ambassador to Czechoslovakia, 1953–57 [240]
James R. Jones 1964 Law United States Ambassador to Mexico, 1993–97; Member of the U.S. House of Representatives from Oklahoma, 1973–87; White House Appointments Secretary, 1968–69 [241]
John Hubert Kelly 1982 SFS Fellow United States Ambassador to Finland, 1991–94; Assistant Secretary of State for Near Eastern and South Asian Affairs, 1989–91; United States Ambassador to Lebanon, 1986–88 [242]
William Kintner 1948,
1950
Grad,
Grad
United States Ambassador to Thailand, 1973–75; Member of the Board of Directors, United States Institute of Peace [243]
Hugo Llorens 1977 SFS United States Ambassador to Honduras, 2008–11 [244]
Alphonse F. La Porta 1960 SFS United States Ambassador to Mongolia, 1997–2000 [245]
Frank Lavin 1979,
1985
SFS,
Grad
Undersecretary of Commerce for International Trade, 2005–07; United States Ambassador to Singapore, 2001–05 [246]
Edward B. Lawson 1924,
1925
SFS,
Grad
United States Ambassador to Israel, 1954–59; United States Ambassador to Iceland, 1949–54 [247]
John Maisto 1961 SFS United States Ambassador to the Organization of American States, 2003–07; United States Ambassador to Venezuela, 1997–2000; United States Ambassador to Nicaragua, 1993–96 [248]
Eileen Malloy 1975 SFS Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for European and Canadian Affairs, 1997–99; United States Ambassador to Kyrgyzstan, 1994–97 [249]
Richard T. McCormack 1963 Col United States Ambassador to the Organization of American States, 1985–89; Under Secretary of State for Economic, Business, and Agricultural Affairs, 1989–91 [250]
Jackson McDonald 1978 SFS United States Ambassador to Guinea, 2004–07; United States Ambassador to the Gambia, 2001–04 [251]
Jack K. McFall 1929 SFS United States Ambassador to Finland, 1952–55; Assistant Secretary of State for Legislative Affairs, 1949–52 [252]
Gerald S. McGowan 1968,
1974
SFS,
Law
United States Ambassador to Portugal, 1997–2001 [253]
Alfred H. Moses 1956 Law United States Ambassador to Romania, 1994–97 [254]
Stephen Mull 1980 SFS Executive Secretary of the U.S. Department of State, 2009–12; Acting Assistant Secretary of State for Political-Military Affairs, 2007–08; United States Ambassador to Poland, 2012–15; United States Ambassador to Lithuania, 2003–06 [255]
Cameron Munter 1991 SFS Rusk Fellow United States Ambassador to Pakistan, 2010–12; United States Ambassador to Serbia, 2007–09 [256]
Richard Norland 1977 SFS United States Ambassador to Georgia, 2012–present; United States Ambassador to Uzbekistan, 2007–10 [257]
Frank V. Ortiz Jr. 1950 SFS United States Ambassador to Argentina, 1983–86; United States Ambassador to Peru, 1981–83; United States Ambassador to Guatemala, 1979–80; United States Ambassador to Barbados, Grenada, Dominica, St. Lucia, Antigua, St. Christopher-Nevis-Anguilla, 1977–79 [258]
Manuel Rocha 1978 Grad United States Ambassador to Bolivia, 2000–02 [259]
Francis Rooney 1975,
1978
Col,
Law
United States Ambassador to the Holy See, 2005–08 [260]
David M. Satterfield 1978 Law United States Ambassador to Lebanon, 1998–2001 [261]
David Scheffer 1978 LL.M. First United States Ambassador-at-Large for War Crimes Issues, 1997–2000 [262]
Thomas L. Siebert 1968,
1972
Col,
Law
United States Ambassador to Sweden, 1994–98 [263]
Nancy Soderberg 1984 MSFS U.S. Representative for Special Political Affairs at the United Nations, 1997–2001; Chairperson of the Public Interest Declassification Board, 2012–15 [264]
James C. Swan SFS United States Ambassador to the Democratic Republic of the Congo, 2013–present; United States Ambassador to Djibouti, 2008–11 [265]
John F. Tefft 1978 Grad United States Ambassador to Russia, 2014–present; United States Ambassador to Ukraine, 2009–13; United States Ambassador to Georgia, 2005–09; United States Ambassador to Lithuania, 2000–03 [266]
Patrick N. Theros 1963 SFS United States Ambassador to Qatar, 1995–98 [267]
Viron P. Vaky 1947 SFS Assistant Secretary of State for Inter-American Affairs, 1978–79; United States Ambassador to Venezuela, 1976–78; United States Ambassador to Colombia, 1974–76; United States Ambassador to Costa Rica, 1972–74 [268]
Richard Verma 1998 Law United States Ambassador to India, 2015–present; Assistant Secretary of State for Legislative Affairs, 2009–present [269]
Melanne Verveer 1966,
1969
SLL,
Grad
United States Ambassador-at-Large for Global Women's Issues; Assistant to President Bill Clinton and Chief of Staff to First Lady Hillary Clinton, 1997–2001; co-founder and chair of Vital Voices Global Partnership [270]
Richard David Vine 1949 SFS Director of the Bureau for Refugee Programs, 1982; United States Ambassador to Switzerland, 1979–81 [271]
C. David Welch 1975 SFS Assistant Secretary of State for Near Eastern Affairs, 2005–08; United States Ambassador to Egypt, 2001–05; Assistant Secretary of State for International Organization Affairs, 1998–2002 [272]
Melissa F. Wells 1956 SFS United States Ambassador to Estonia, 1998–2001; United States Ambassador to Congo-Kinshasa, 1991–93; United States Ambassador to Mozambique, 1987–90; United States Ambassador to Guinea-Bissau, 1976–77; United States Ambassador to Cape Verde, 1976–77 [273]

Military[edit]

Name Class year School/
degree
Notability Reference
Gen. John R. Allen 1983 MSFS Commander of the International Security Assistance Force, 2011–13; Commander of U.S. Central Command, 2010; Special Presidential Envoy for the Global Coalition to Counter the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant, 2014–present [185][274]
Rear Admiral Charles Boarman 1803–1808 Col Commanded numerous U.S. Navy ships, most notably the USS Brandywine during the Mexican–American War [275]
Lt. Gen. Paul Caraway 1933 Law High Commissioner of the United States Civil Administration of the Ryukyu Islands, 1961–64 [276]
Gen. George W. Casey Jr. 1970 SFS Chief of Staff of the United States Army, 2007–11; Commander of Multi-National Force – Iraq, 2004–07 [185][277]
Maj. Gen. William R. Collins 1935 SFS Commanding general of III Marine Expeditionary Force, 1965; Commanding general of 3rd Marine Division, 1964–65 [278]
Gen. Joseph Dunford 1985 Grad Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, 2015–present; Commandant of the Marine Corps, 2014–15; Commander of the International Security Assistance Force, 2012–14 [279]
Maj. Gen. Michael E. Ennis 1984 Grad Deputy Director of HUMINT of the CIA, 2006–07; Director of the Marine Corps Intelligence Command, 2000–04 [280]
Maj. Gen. John Fugh 1957 SFS Judge Advocate General of the United States Army, 1991–93; Chairman of the Committee of 100; first Chinese-American to become a general officer in the U.S. Army [281]
Lt. Gen. John D. Gardner 1986 Grad Deputy Commander of United States European Command; Commander of United States Army South [282]
Brig. Gen. Hiram "Doc" Jones 1978 Grad Deputy Chief of Chaplains of the United States Air Force, 1997–99 [283]
Gen. James L. Jones 1966 SFS National Security Advisor to President Obama, 2009–10; Supreme Allied Commander Europe, 2003–06; Commandant of the Marine Corps, 1999–2003 [284]
Gen. Louis C. Menetrey 1967 MSFS Commander-in-Chief of United Nations Command/ROK-US Combined Forces Command [285]
Vice Admiral Robert B. Murrett 1982 Grad Director of the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency, 2006–10; Director of the Office of Naval Intelligence, 2005–06 [286]
Gen. David Petraeus 1994–1995 SFS Fellow Director of the Central Intelligence Agency, 2011–12; Commander of the International Security Assistance Force, 2010–11; Commander of United States Central Command, 2008–10 [287]
Vice Admiral Ann E. Rondeau 1982 Grad President of the National Defense University, 2009–12; Director of Navy Staff, 2005–06; highest ranking woman in the U.S. Navy [288]
Gen. John J. Sheehan 1985 Grad Supreme Allied Commander Atlantic/Commander-in-Chief of U.S. Atlantic Command, 1994–97 [289]
Vice Admiral William D. Sullivan 1990 SSP U.S. Military Representative to NATO [185]
Lt. Gen. Guy C. Swan III 1987 Grad Commander of United States Army North; Commander of United States Army Military District of Washington/Joint Force Headquarters National Capital Region, 2005–07 [290]
Maj. Gen. James L. Williams 1981 Grad Commanding General of the 4th Marine Division [291]

Judges[edit]

Name Class year School/
degree
Notability Reference
Thomas L. Ambro 1972,
1975
Col,
Law
Judge, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit, 2000–present [292]
Walter Maximillian Bastian 1913 Law Judge of the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit, 1954–75 [293]
Richard C. Bosson 1969 Law Chief Justice, New Mexico Supreme Court, 2002–06; Associate Justice, New Mexico Supreme Court, 2006–present [294]
Richard J. Bowie 1826 Law Chief Judge, Maryland Court of Appeals, 1861–67; Member of the United States House of Representatives, 1849–53 [295][296]
Richard C. Casey 1958 Law Judge, U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York, 1997–2007; the nation's first blind federal trial judge [297]
John O. Colvin 1978 Law Chief Judge, United States Tax Court, 2006–present [298]
Francis B. Condon 1916 Law Chief Justice, Rhode Island Supreme Court, 1958–65; Member of the United States House of Representatives, 1930–35 [299]
Charles W. Daniels 1971 LL.M. Chief Justice, New Mexico Supreme Court, 2010–12; Associate Justice, New Mexico Supreme Court, 2007–present [300]
Ronald Davies 1930 Law Judge of the U.S. District Court for the District of North Dakota, 1955–96; temporarily assigned to the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Arkansas and presided over the Little Rock Integration Crisis case [301]
Robert E. Davis 1964 Law Chief Justice, Kansas Supreme Court, 2009–10; Associate Justice, Kansas Supreme Court, 1993–2009 [302]
Charles H. Fahy 1914 Law Judge of the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit, 1949–67; Solicitor General of the United States, 1941–45 [303]
D. Michael Fisher 1966,
1969
Col,
Law
Judge, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit, 2003–present [304]
Arthur J. Gajarsa 1967 Law Judge, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, 1997–2011 [305]
Lorie Skjerven Gildea 1986 Law Chief Justice, Minnesota Supreme Court, 2010–present; Associate Justice, Minnesota Supreme Court, 2006–10 [306]
Thomas M. Hardiman 1990 Law Judge, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit, 2007–present [307]
William Hitz 1900 Law Judge of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit, 1931–35 [308]
Helen E. Hoens 1979 Law Associate Justice, New Jersey Supreme Court, 2006–13 [309]
Thomas F. Hogan 1960,
1966
Col,
Law
Director, Administrative Office of the United States Courts, 2011–13; Chief Judge, U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia, 2001–08 [310]
Jerome A. Holmes 1988 Law Judge, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit [311]
Jeffrey R. Howard 1981 Law Chief Judge, U.S. Court of Appeals for the First Circuit, 2015–present; Judge, U.S. Court of Appeals for the First Circuit, 2002–15 [312]
Kent A. Jordan 1984 Law Judge, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit, 2006–present [313]
Bruce E. Kasold 1900 Law Chief Judge of the U.S. Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims, 2010–15 [314]
Esther Mayambala Kisaakye 1994 Law Associate Justice, Supreme Court of Uganda, 2009–present [315]
Rives Kistler 1981 Law Associate Justice, Oregon Supreme Court, 2003–present [316]
Stephen P. Lamb 1975 Law Vice Chancellor, Delaware Court of Chancery, 1997–2009 [317]
Joseph Normand Laplante 1987,
1990
Col,
Law
Chief Judge, U.S. District Court for the District of New Hampshire, 2011–present; Judge, U.S. District Court for the District of New Hampshire, 2007–11 [318]
Richard Linn 1969 Col,
Law
Judge, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, 1999–2012 [319]
Hall S. Lusk 1904,
1907
Col,
Law
Chief Justice, Oregon Supreme Court, 1949–51, Associate Justice, Oregon Supreme Court, 1937–68; United States Senator from Oregon, 1960 [320]
M. Margaret McKeown 1975 Law Judge, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, 1998–present [321]
Kimberly Ann Moore 1994 Law Judge, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, 2006–present [322]
Fred I. Parker 1965 Law Judge, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit, 1994–2003; Chief Judge, U.S. District Court for the District of Vermont, 1991–94 [323]
E. Barrett Prettyman 1915 Law Judge, U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit, 1945–71; the E. Barrett Prettyman United States Courthouse is named in his honor [324]
Vanessa Ruiz 1975 Law Associate Judge, District of Columbia Court of Appeals, 1994–2011 [325]
Antonin Scalia 1957 Col Associate Justice, United States Supreme Court, 1986–2016 [326]
Louis Scolnik 1952 Law Associate Justice, Maine Supreme Judicial Court, 1983–88; Justice, Maine Superior Court, 1974–83 [327]
Dennis Shedd 1980 LL.M. Judge, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit, 2002–present [328]
Eugene Edward Siler Jr. 1964 LL.M. Judge of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit, 1991–2001 [329]
John Sirica 1926 Law Chief Judge, U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia, 1971–74; Time magazine "Man of the Year" 1973 [330]
Timothy C. Stanceu 1979 Law Chief Judge of the U.S. Court of International Trade, 2014–present [331]
Laura Denvir Stith 1978 Law Chief Justice, Missouri Supreme Court, 2007–09; Judge, Missouri Supreme Court, 2001–present [332]
Eugene R. Sullivan 1971 Law Chief Judge, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces, 1990–95; Judge, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces, 1986–2002 [333]
Edward A. Tamm 1930 Law Judge, U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit, 1965–85; Deputy Direct, Federal Bureau of Investigation, 1930–48 [334]
George Van Hoomissen 1955,
1957
Law,
LL.M.
Associate Justice, Oregon Supreme Court, 1988–2001 [335]
Edward Douglass White 1863 Col Chief Justice of the United States, 1910–21 [336]
James R. Zazzali 1958,
1962
Col,
Law
Chief Justice, New Jersey Supreme Court, 2006–07 [337]

United States Congress[edit]

The bicameral United States Congress is composed of two houses.

U.S. Senators[edit]

This includes members of the United States Senate.

Name Class year School/
degree
Notability Reference
John A. Barrasso 1974,
1978
Col,
Med
United States Senator from Wyoming, 2007–present [338]
Alan Bible 1934 Law United States Senator from Nevada, 1954–74 [339]
Dennis Chávez 1920 Law United States Senator from New Mexico, 1935–62; first American-born Hispanic Senator; Member of the United States House of Representatives, 1931–35 [340]
Richard Durbin 1966,
1969
SFS,
Law
Senate Majority Whip, 2007–15; Senate Minority Whip, 2015–present; United States Senator from Illinois, 1997–present; Member of the United States House of Representatives, 1983–97 [341]
John A. Durkin 1965 Law United States Senator from New Hampshire, 1975–80 [342]
Philip A. Hart 1934 Col United States Senator from Michigan, 1959–76; Lieutenant Governor of Michigan, 1955–59; Hart Senate Office Building named in his honor [343]
Mazie Hirono 1978 Law United States Senator from Hawaii, 2013–present; Member of the United States House of Representatives, 2007–13; Lieutenant Governor of Hawaii, 1994–2002 [344]
Francis Kernan 1836 Col United States Senator from New York, 1875–81; Member of the United States House of Representatives, 1863–65 [345]
Mark Kirk 1992 Law United States Senator from Illinois, 2010–17; Member of the United States House of Representatives, 2001–10 [346]
George LeMieux 1994 Law United States Senator from Florida, 2009–11 [347]
Edward Leahy 1908 Law United States Senator from Rhode Island, 1949–50 [348]
Patrick Leahy 1964 Law United States Senator from Vermont, 1975–present; President pro tempore of the United States Senate, 2012–15 [349]
Joseph C. O'Mahoney 1920 Law United States Senator from Wyoming, 1934–53 [350]
Stephen Mallory II 1869 Col United States Senator from Florida, 1897–1907; Member of the United States House of Representatives, 1891–95 [351]
William Duhurst Merrick United States Senator from Maryland, 1838–45 [352]
George J. Mitchell 1961 Law United States Senator from Maine, 1980–95; Senate Majority Leader, 1989–95; Deputy President pro tempore of the United States Senate, 1987–89; Judge, United States District Court for the District of Maine, 1979–80; U.S. Special Envoy for Northern Ireland, 1995–2001; Chancellor of the Queen's University, Belfast, 1999–2009; U.S. Special Envoy for Middle East Peace, 2009–11; Chairman of the Disney Company, 2004–07 [353]
Joseph Montoya 1938 Law United States Senator from New Mexico, 1964–77; Member of the United States House of Representatives, 1957–64; Lieutenant Governor of New Mexico, 1955–57, 1947–51 [354]
Lisa Murkowski 1980 Col United States Senator from Alaska, 2002–present [355]
William N. Roach Col United States Senator from North Dakota, 1893–99 [356]
Daniel Sullivan 1993,
1993
MSFS,
Law
United States Senator from Alaska, 2015–present; Attorney General of Alaska, 2009–10; Assistant Secretary of State for Economic and Business Affairs, 2006–09 [357]
James H. Webb 1975 Law United States Senator from Virginia, 2007–13; U.S. Secretary of the Navy, 1987–88 [358]

U.S. Representatives[edit]

This includes members of the United States House of Representatives.

Name Class year School/
degree
Notability Reference
Claude I. Bakewell 1932 Col United States Representative from Missouri, 1947–49, 1951–53 [359]
William Brockman Bankhead 1895 Law Speaker of the United States House of Representatives, 1936–40; United States Representative from Alabama, 1917–40 [360]
Herbert H. Bateman 1956 Law United States Representative from Virginia, 1983–2000 [361]
Robert Bauman 1959 SFS United States Representative from Maryland, 1973–81 [362]
Bob Barr 1977 Law United States Representative from Georgia, 1995–2003 [363]
George A. Bartlett 1894 Law United States Representative from Nevada, 1907–11 [364]
Thomas J. Bliley Jr. 1952 Col United States Representative from Virginia, 1981–2001 [365]
Bruce F. Caputo 1971 Law United States Representative from New York, 1977–79 [366]
Don Cazayoux 1991 Law United States Representative from Louisiana, 2008–09 [367]
David Cicilline 1986 Law United States Representative from Rhode Island, 2011–present [368]
Hansen Clarke 1987 Law United States Representative from Michigan, 2011–13 [369]
Charles R. Clason 1914 Law United States Representative from Massachusetts, 1937–49 [370]
L. Gary Clemente 1931 Law United States Representative from New York, 1949–53 [371]
Henry Cuellar 1974 SFS United States Representative from Texas, 2005–present [372]
Charles F. Curry Jr. 1918 Law United States Representative from California, 1931–33 [373]
John Delaney 1988 Law United States Representative from Maryland, 2013–present; co-founder and CEO of CapitalSource [374]
Matthew Denver 1892 Col United States Representative from Ohio, 1907–1913 [375]
Debbie Dingell 1975,
1998
SFS,
SCE
United States Representative from Michigan, 2015–present; President of the General Motors Foundation [376]
John Dingell 1949,
1952
Col,
Law
Dean of the United States House of Representatives, 1995–2015; United States Representative from Michigan, 1965–2015; longest serving House member in history [377]
Dennis D. Donovan 1895 Law United States Representative from Ohio, 1888–95 [378]
John J. Douglass 1896 Law United States Representative from Massachusetts, 1925–35 [379]
Robert F. Drinan, S.J. 1949,
1951
Law,
LL.M.
United States Representative from Massachusetts, 1971–81; first Roman Catholic Jesuit priest to serve as a voting Member of Congress; Georgetown Law professor [380]
James P.B. Duffy 1901 Col United States Representative from New York, 1935–37 [381]
Ed Edmonson 1947 Law United States Representative from Oklahoma, 1953–73 [382]
Henry A. Edmundson 1947 Law United States Representative from Virginia, 1849–61 [382]
Lane Evans 1978 Law United States Representative from Illinois, 1983–2007 [383]
Charles J. Faulkner 1822 Col United States Representative from Virginia, 1851–59; United States Representative from West Virginia, 1875–77; United States Minister to France, 1860–61 [384]
Mike Ferguson 1995 MPP United States Representative from New Jersey, 2001–09 [385]
John R. Foley 1947 Law United States Representative from Maryland, 1959–61 [386]
Ellsworth Foote 1923 Law United States Representative from Connecticut, 1947–49 [387]
Jeff Fortenberry 1986 MPP United States Representative from Nebraska, 2005–present [388]
Lois Frankel 1973 Law United States Representative from Florida, 2013–present [389]
Martin Frost 1970 Law United States Representative from Texas, 1979–2005; President of America Votes [390]
William Gaston * Col United States Representative from North Carolina, 1813–16; Georgetown College's first student; Gaston Hall is named after him; helped secure Georgetown University's federal charter [391]
Milton W. Glenn 1921–1922* Col United States Representative from New Jersey, 1957–65 [392]
George E. Gorman 1895 Law United States Representative from Illinois, 1913–15 [393]
Leonard W. Hall 1920 Law United States Representative from New York, 1939–52; Chairman of the Republican National Committee, 1953–57 [394]
Forest Harness 1917 Law United States Representative from Indiana, 1939–49; Sergeant at Arms of the United States Senate, 1953–55 [395]
Herbert Harris 1951 Law United States Representative from Virginia, 1975–81 [396]
Burr Harrison 1926 Law United States Representative from Virginia, 1946–63 [397]
Edward J. Hart 1924 Law United States Representative from New Jersey, 1935–55 [398]
Stephanie Herseth Sandlin 1993,
1996,
1997
Col,
Grad,
Law
United States Representative from South Dakota, 2004–11 [399]
Lawrence Hogan 1949 Col United States Representative from Maryland, 1969–75 [400]
Steny Hoyer 1966 Law United States Representative from Maryland, 1981–present; Chairman of the House Democratic Caucus, 1989–95; House Majority Leader, 2007–2011; House Minority Whip, 2003–07, 2011–present [401]
Henry Hyde 1947 Col United States Representative from Illinois, 1975–2007 [402]
Michael L. Igoe 1908 Law United States Representative from Illinois, 1935; Judge of the United States District Court for the Northern District of Illinois, 1939–65 [403][404]
William J. Jefferson 1996 Law United States Representative from Louisiana, 1991–09; convicted of ten corruption charges [405]
Patrick J. Kennedy * United States Representative from Rhode Island, 1995–2011; chairman of the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee, 1999–2001; son of Ted Kennedy [406]
Paul J. Kilday 1922 Law United States Representative from Texas, 1939–61; Judge of the United States Court of Military Appeals, 1961–68 [407]
Ann McLane Kuster 1984 Law United States Representative from New Hampshire, 2013–present [408]
John W. Langley 1895 Law United States Representative from Kentucky, 1903–13 [409]
George Swinton Legaré Law United States Representative from South Carolina, 1903–13 [410]
Dan Lungren 1971 Law United States Representative from California, 2005–13 [411]
Asbury Francis Lever 1901 Law United States Representative from South Carolina, 1901–19 [412]
Sydney Emanuel Mudd II 1906,
1909
Col,
Law
United States Representative from Maryland, 1915–24 [413]
Stephanie Murphy 2004 MSFS United States Representative from Florida, 2017-present [414]
Charlie Norwood 1969 Dent United States Representative from Georgia, 1995–2007 [415]
Glenn Nye 1996 SFS United States Representative from Virginia, 2009–11 [416]
Jerry J. O'Connell 1934 Col United States Representative from Montana, 1937–39 [417]
Patrick B. O'Sullivan 1909 Col United States Representative from Connecticut, 1923–25 [418]
James T. Patterson 1933 Col United States Representative from Connecticut, 1947–59 [419]
William R. Ratchford 1959 Law United States Representative from Connecticut, 1979–85 [420]
William S. Reyburn 1904 Law United States Representative from Pennsylvania, 1911–13 [421]
Charles Risk 1922 Law United States Representative from Rhode Island, 1935–37, 1939–41 [422]
Angelo D. Roncallo 1953 Law United States Representative from New York, 1973–75 [423]
Antoni Sadlak 1931 Law United States Representative from Connecticut, 1947–59 [424]
Philip R. Sharp 1964 SFS United States Representative from Indiana, 1975–95; President of Resources for the Future, 2005–present [425]
J. William Stanton 1949 SFS United States Representative from Ohio, 1965–83 [426]
William R. Thom 1916 Law United States Representative from Ohio, 1933–39, 1941–43, 1945–47 [427]
Clarence D. Van Duzer 1893 Law United States Representative from Nevada, 1903–07 [428]
Chris Van Hollen 1990 Law United States Representative from Maryland, 2003–present; Chairman of the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee, 2007–11 [429]
Pete Visclosky 1982 Law United States Representative from Indiana, 1985–present [430]
Charles S. Voorhees 1873 Col United States Delegate from the Washington Territory, 1885–89 [431]
Rick White 1980 Law United States Representative from Washington, 1995–99 [432]
Frank Wolf 1965 Law United States Representative from Virginia, 1981–2015 [433]
Albert Wynn 1977 Law United States Representative from Maryland, 1993–2008 [434]

Other U.S. political figures[edit]

Name Class year School/
degree
Notability Reference
Sam Arora 2010 Law Member of the Maryland House of Delegates, 2011–15 [435]
Robert Baer 1976 SFS Author; the movie Syriana was based on two of his books; intelligence commentator; CIA case handler [436]
Jarrett Barrios 1995 Law President of the American Red Cross Los Angeles Chapter; president of the Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation; member of the Massachusetts Senate, 2003–07 [437]
Jeremy Bash 1993 Col Chief of staff to Leon Panetta at the Department of Defense and CIA [438]
Kumar P. Barve 1979 Med Member of the Maryland House of Delegates, 1991–present [439]
Gary Bauer 1973 Law President of the Family Research Council, 1988–99; founder of the Campaign for Working Families PAC [440]
Rubén Berríos 1961 MSB President of the Puerto Rican Independence Party; Honorary President of the Socialist International; elected to the Puerto Rico Senate, 1973–77, 1985–89, 1997–2000 [441]
Andy Billig 1990 Col Member of the Washington State Senate, 2013–present; Member of the Washington House of Representatives, 2011–13; Co-owner of the Spokane Indians [442]
Jesus Borja 1974 Law Lieutenant Governor of the Northern Mariana Islands, 1994–98 [443]
John Chiang 1987 Law California State Treasurer, 2015–present; California State Controller, 2007–15 [444]
Michael Delaney 1994 Law New Hampshire Attorney General, 2009–15 [445]
Daniel Carroll Digges 1888 Col Member of the Maryland House of Delegates, 1849; founding member of the Philodemic Society [446]
John Farmer Jr. 1979,
1986
Col,
Law
New Jersey Attorney General, 1999–2002; Acting Governor of New Jersey, 2002 [447]
Ron Faucheux 1972 SFS Member of the Louisiana House of Representatives, 1976–84; political consultant and pundit from New Orleans [448]
Frank Gaffney 1975 SFS President and founder of the Center for Security Policy [449]
James E. Held 1964 Law Member of the Wisconsin State Assembly, 1966–67 [450]
Derek Hodge 1971 Law Lieutenant Governor of the United States Virgin Islands, 1987–95 [451]
Jason Kander 2005 Law Missouri Secretary of State, 2013-17; Member of the Missouri House of Representatives, 2009-13 [452][453]
Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis 1954* SCE First Lady of the United States, 1961–63 [454]
Lane Kirkland 1948 SFS President of the AFL–CIO, 1979–95 [455]
Timothy Kraft 1967 Grad Campaign manager for President Jimmy Carter in 1980 [456]
Dan Kubiak Member of the Texas House of Representatives, 1969–83, 1991–98 [457]
Sam A. LeBlanc III 1960 MSB Member of the Louisiana House of Representatives, 1972–80; temporary judge on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit, New Orleans attorney [458]
Joseph J. Lhota 1976 MSB Deputy Mayor for Operations of City of New York, 1998–2002; Chairman and CEO of the New York Metropolitan Transportation Authority, 2011–12 [459]
Lisa Madigan 1988 Col Attorney General of Illinois, 2003–present [460]
Agnes Mary Mansour 1963 Grad Director of the Michigan Department of Social Services, 1982–87; Sister of Mercy nun who resigned her vows to remain in political office [461]
Deborah Markowitz 1987 Law Vermont Secretary of State, 1998–2011 [462]
William Joseph McDonough 1962 Grad President of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, 1993–2003; Vice chairman of Merrill Lynch [463]
Marc Morial 1983 Law Mayor of New Orleans, Louisiana, 1994–2002; President of the National Urban League, 2003–present [464]
John P. O'Brien Law,
LL.M.
Mayor of New York City, 1933 [465]
Ralph Oman 1973 Law Register of Copyrights, 1985–94 [466]
Esam Omeish 1989,
1992
Col,
Med
President of the Muslim American Society, 2004–08; Member of the board of directors of Dar Al-Hijrah mosque [467]
J. Frank Raley Member of the Maryland Senate, 1963–66; Member of the Maryland House of Delegates, 1955–59 [468]
Elliot G. Sander 1978 SFS Executive Director and CEO of the New York Metropolitan Transportation Authority, 2007–09; Commissioner of the New York City Department of Transportation, 1994–96 [469]
Jenny Sanford 1984 MSB First Lady of South Carolina; investment banker; campaign manager [470]
John Sears 1963 Law Campaign manager for Ronald Reagan's in 1976 and 1980 [471]
Robert Shrum 1965 Col Democratic political consultant [472]
Sheila Simon 1987 Law Lieutenant Governor of Illinois, 2011–15 [473]
James C. Spencer Sometime 1940s Law Member of the Texas House of Representatives, 1939–41; survivor of the Bataan Death March [474]
Michael Steele 1991 Law Chairman of the Republican National Committee, 2009–11; Lieutenant Governor of Maryland, 2003–07 [475]
Donald K. Stitt 1977 Law Chairman of the Republican Party of Wisconsin, 1988–89; Member of the Wisconsin State Senate, 1984–93; Member of the Wisconsin State Assembly, 1979–84 [476]
Caren Z. Turner 1985 Law Co-chairwoman of the super-PAC Ready for Hillary; CEO of Turner GPA [477]
Cyrus Vance Jr. 1982 Law New York County District Attorney, 2010–present [478]
Joe Slade White 1971 Grad Democratic political consultant [479]

Other government officials outside the United States[edit]

Name Class year School/
degree
Notability Reference
Ziad Abu Amr 1980,
1986
Grad,
Grad
Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Palestinian National Authority, 2007 [480]
Adel al-Jubeir 1983 Grad Minister of Foreign Affairs of Saudi Arabia, 2015–present; Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Ambassador to the United States, 2007–15 [481]
Yousef Al Otaiba 1995 SFS United Arab Emirates Ambassador to the United States, 2008–present [482]
Amin Mahmoud 1972 Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research of Jordan, 2013–15; Minister of Culture of Jordan, 1993–94, 2005; Member of the Jordanian Senate, 2010–11, 2015 [483]
Lina Annab Minister of Tourism and Antiquities in Jordan.
Shlomo Argov 1952 SFS Israeli Ambassador to the United Kingdom, 1979–82; Israeli Ambassador to the Netherlands, 1977–79; Israeli Ambassador to Mexico, 1971–74 [484]
Ricardo Alberto Arias 1961 SFS Ambassador of Panama to the United Nations, 2004–09; Ambassador of Panama to the United States, 1994–96; Minister of Foreign Affairs of Panama, 1996–98 [485]
Giorgi Baramidze 1998–1999 SFS Fellow State Minister for Euro-Atlantic Integration of Georgia, 2004–12; Minister of Internal Affairs of Georgia, 2003–04; Minister of Defense of Georgia, 2004 [486]
Agustín Barrios Gómez 1993 SFS Member of the Mexican Chamber of Deputies, 2012–present [487]
Mohammed Dewji 1998 MSB Member of the National Assembly of Tanzania, 2005–15 [488]
Simcha Dinitz 1953 SFS Israeli Ambassador to the United States, 1973–79; political advisor to Prime Minister Golda Meir, 1969–73; Member of the Knesset, 1984–88 [489]
Stéphane Dujarric 1988 SFS Spokesperson for United Nations Secretaries-General Ban Ki-moon, Kofi Annan and Antonio Guterres [490]
Francis Escudero 1996 Law Member of the Philippines Senate, 2007–present; Minority Floor Leader of the Philippines House of Representatives, 2004–07; Member of the Philippines House of Representatives, 1998–2007 [491]
Sadegh Ghotbzadeh 1959–1963* SFS Minister of Foreign Affairs of Iran, 1979–80 [492]
Aminta Granera Sacasa 1970s Col Director of the National Police of Nicaragua, 2006–16 [493]
Jorge Guajardo 1993 SFS Ambassador of Mexico to China [494]
Yehoyada Haim 1972,
1975
Grad,
Grad
Ambassador of Israel to China, 2002–07; Ambassador of Israel to India, 1995–2000 [495]
Nasser Judeh 1983 SFS Deputy Prime Minister of Jordan, 2015–2017; Jordanian Minister of Foreign Affairs, 2009–2017 [496]
Eugen Jurzyca 1993 SFS Minister of Education of Slovakia, 2010–present; Member of the National Council of Slovakia, 2010–present [497]
Tarō Kōno 1985 SFS Minister of Foreign Affairs of Japan, 2017–present [498]
Samuel Lewis Navarro 1979 Col First Vice President of Panama, 2004–09; Panamanian Minister of Foreign Affairs, 2004–09 [499]
Alfonso López Caballero 1967 SFS Ambassador of Colombia to the United Kingdom, 2002–06; Minister of the Interior of Colombia, 1998; Ambassador of Colombia to Canada, 1994–98; Minister of Agriculture of Colombia, 1991–93; Ambassador of Colombia to France, 1990–91; Senator of Colombia, 1990; Member of the Chamber of Representatives of Colombia, 1986–90 [500]
John Lynch-Staunton 1953 SFS Member of the Senate of Canada, 1990–2005; first Leader of the Conservative Party of Canada, 2003–04 [501]
Sadako Ogata 1953 MSFS United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, 1991–2001; President of the Japan International Cooperation Agency, 2003–12; Chairman of the UNICEF Executive Board [502]
Kasit Piromya 1971 Col Foreign Minister of the Kingdom of Thailand, 2008–11; Ambassador of Thailand to the United States, 2004–06; Ambassador of Thailand to Japan, 2001–03; Ambassador of Thailand to Germany, 1997–2001; Ambassador of Thailand to the Soviet Union, 1991–93; Ambassador of Thailand to Indonesia, 1994–96 [503]
Oussama Romdhani Minister of Communications of Tunisia, 2009–12; Fulbright scholar [504]
James Soong 1974 Law Chairman of the People First Party of the Republic of China, 2000–present; first Governor of Taiwan Province, 1993–98; Head of the Government Information Office, 1979–84 [505]
Bruno Stagno Ugarte 1991 SFS Minister of Foreign Affairs of Costa Rica, 2006–10; Ambassador of Costa Rica to the United Nations, 2002–06; President, Assembly of States Parties of the International Criminal Court [506]
Zev Sufott Grad First Ambassador of Israel to China, Ambassador of Israel to the Netherlands [507]
Carlos Tello Macías 1958 MSB Ambassador of Mexico to Cuba, Portugal, and Russia; Director-General, Bank of Mexico, 1982; Secretary of Budget and Planning of Mexico, 1976–77 [508]
Ong Keng Yong 1983 Grad Secretary-General of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations, 2003–07; Ambassador and High Commissioner of Singapore to India and Nepal, 1996–98 [509]
Kateryna Yushchenko 1982 SFS First Lady of Ukraine, 2005–10 (wife of Ukraine President Viktor Yushchenko) [510]

Entertainment[edit]

Film, television, and theater[edit]

Name Class year School/
degree
Notability Reference
Sara Albert 2005 Col America's Next Top Model contestant [511]
Kary Antholis 1989 Law President of HBO miniseries and Academy Award-winning documentary filmmaker [512]
Pearl Bailey 1985 Col Singer and actress; winner of the Tony Award, Daytime Emmy Award, and Screen Actors Guild Life Achievement Award; recipient of the Presidential Medal of Freedom [513]
John Barrymore 1895–1897* Col Actor [514]
Zal Batmanglij 2001 Col Director and screenwriter [515]
Tarak Ben Ammar 1970 SFS Franco-Tunisian film producer [516]
Michael Benz 2004 Col Actor [517]
Bruce Berman 1978 Law Chairman and CEO of Village Roadshow Pictures [518]
Eileen Brennan Sometime 1950s Col Actress known for Private Benjamin, for which she received an Academy Award nomination [519]
Mike Cahill 2005 Col Director and screenwriter [520]
Bradley Cooper 1997 Col Actor; nominated for several Academy Awards and Tony Awards; named by People in 2011 as the "Sexiest Man Alive" [521]
Lucy Barzun Donnelly 1995 Col Producer of Grey Gardens; winner of an Emmy Award, a Golden Globe Award, and a TCA Award [522]
Margaret Edson 1992 Grad Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright known for Wit [523]
Robert Gant 1993 Law Actor [524]
Pia Getty Col Independent filmmaker [525]
John Guare 1960 Col Five-time Tony Award-winning playwright known for The House of Blue Leaves, Six Degrees of Separation, and Landscape of the Body [526]
Jack Hofsiss 1971 Col Tony Award-winning director known for The Elephant Man play on Broadway [527]
Mitchell Hurwitz 1985 Col Television writer and producer; creator of Arrested Development; co-creator of The Ellen Show [528]
Nick Kroll 2001 Col Actor and comedian known for his role in The League and starring in the Kroll Show [529]
Wilton Lackaye 1914 Grad Early stage and film actor; first portrayed the character of Svengali [530]
Malcolm D. Lee 1992 Col Director known for Undercover Brother and The Best Man [531]
Willard Mack 1889 Col Canadian actor, director, and playwright [532]
Brit Marling 2005 Col Actress and screenwriter [533]
Marilyn Milian 1984 Law Star and judge of The People's Court; former Florida circuit court judge [534]
Don Murphy 1984 MSB Producer known for Transformers, Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen, and Natural Born Killers [535]
Megan Mylan 1992 SFS Documentary director known for Smile Pinki; winner of the Academy Award for Best Short Subject Documentary [536]
Jonathan Nolan 1999 Col Screenwriter and director known for directing Westworld and writing the short story "Memento Mori" [537]
Carl Reiner 1943 SFS Actor, director, writer, and producer; winner of nine Emmy Awards and one Grammy Award [538]
Kelly Rohrbach 2012 COL Actress [539]
Michael Sucsy 1995 SFS Golden Globe Award and Emmy Award-winning director and writer known for Grey Gardens [540]
Chris Williams 1989 Col Actor [541]
David Yates 1987 Director known for four Harry Potter films [542]
John Ziegler 1989 Col Former talk show host on KFI; documentary writer and director [543]

Literature[edit]

Name Class year School/
degree
Notability Reference
Melissa Anelli 2001 Col New York Times bestselling author and webmaster of The Leaky Cauldron [544]
William Peter Blatty 1950 Col Author of The Exorcist [545]
Joseph Bottum 1983 Col Author, poet, and public intellectual; contributing editor of The Weekly Standard [546]
Bob Colacello 1969 SFS Noted biographer [547]
Michael Dorris 1967 Col Author of A Yellow Raft in Blue Water and The Broken Cord, for which he won the National Book Critics Circle Award for General Nonfiction [548]
Paul Erdman 1955 SFS Financial author and Edgar Award-winning fiction novelist [549]
John T. Flynn 1902 Law Author of 20 books, including The Road Ahead: America's Creeping Revolution; columnist for The New Republic; outspoken opponent of the New Deal and the United States' entry into World War II [550]
Iris Krasnow 1997 Grad Author specializing in relationships and personal growth [551]
J. D. McClatchy Col Poet; editor of The Yale Review; President of the American Academy of Arts and Letters [552]
Dinaw Mengestu 2000 Col Award-winning novelist known for The Beautiful Things That Heaven Bears; Lannan Chair of Poetics at Georgetown University; MacArthur Fellow [553]
James Ryder Randall 1859* Col Poet known for authoring "Maryland, My Maryland", the official state song of Maryland [554]
Glenn O'Brien 1970 Col Author on fashion and style; the "Style Guy" for GQ Magazine [555]
Greg Olear 1995 Col Novelist known for Los Angeles Times bestseller Fathermucker [556]
Michael Schearer 1999 MSFS Author and computer security researcher [557]
David Schickler 1991 SFS Author and screenwriter known for The Dark Path and co-creating the television series Banshee [558]

Music, art, and comedy[edit]

Name Class year School/
degree
Notability Reference
Amerie 2000 Col Rhythm and blues singer [559]
Bob Bates 1975 Col Computer game designer [560]
Mike Birbiglia 2000 Col Comedian [561]
Jeff Civillico 2005 Grad Juggler and comedian [562]
William Wilson Corcoran 1813–1814* Col Founder of the Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington's first art museum [12]
Kate Cordsen 1992 GPPI Photographer and contemporary artist [563]
Bill Danoff 1968 SLL Grammy Award-winning singer and songwriter best known for "Afternoon Delight" [564]
Michael Dellaira 1971 Col Composer of classical music [565]
Ahmet Ertegun 1945 Grad Founder and president of Atlantic Records; founder and chairman of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame; founder of the American Turkish Society; co-founder of the New York Cosmos [566]
Jim Gaffigan 1988 MSB Stand-up comedian and actor; star of The Jim Gaffigan Show [567]
Keith Kane 1992 Grad Guitarist and songwriter, formerly with Vertical Horizon [568]
John Mulaney 2004 Col Stand-up comedian; writer for Saturday Night Live [569]
Cristina Corbin 2004 Col Journalist and reporter for Fox News Channel. [570]
Deborah Nehmad 1982 Law Attorney and artist [571]
Guy Picciotto 1988 Col Guitarist for rock band Fugazi; former lead singer and guitarist for Rites of Spring [572]
Gerome Ragni * Col Musician and co-author known for Hair [573]
Matt Scannell 1992 Grad Musician and founding member of Vertical Horizon [574]
James Johnson Sweeney 1922 Col Director of the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, 1952–60; curator of the Museum of Modern Art, 1935–46 [575]
Will Tanous 1992 Col Music industry executive for Universal Music Group and Warner Music Group; co-creator of HBO's Reverb [576]
Jenny Toomey 1989 MSB Indie rock musician and arts activist [577]

Journalism and media[edit]

Name Class year School/
degree
Notability Reference
Guy Adami 1986 MSB Television personality on CNBC [578]
Jack Anderson 1947* Col Investigative journalist; winner of the Pulitzer Prize for National Reporting [579]
Bruce Bartlett 1976 Grad Economist, author, and Wall Street Journal columnist [580]
Jason Bellini 1997 Col Journalist [581]
Michelle Bernard 1989 Law Political and legal analyst on MSNBC; President and CEO of the Bernard Center For Women, Politics & Public Policy [582]
John Bersia 1979 Grad Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist; University Professor at the University of Central Florida [583]
Joan Biskupic 1993 Law Supreme Court reporter for USA Today and The Washington Post [584]
David G. Bradley 1983 Law Chairman and owner of Atlantic Media; founder of The Advisory Board Company and CEB Inc. [585]
Chris Cillizza 1998 Col Political reporter for The Washington Post [586]
Robert J. Collier 1894 Col Editor of Collier's Weekly magazine (founded by his father); President of the Aero Club of America; married the granddaughter of William Astor [587]
George Crile III 1968 SFS CBS News producer (60 Minutes and 60 Minutes II) and reporter; twice awarded the Edward R. Murrow Award by the Overseas Press Club; author of the 2003 bestseller Charlie Wilson's War [588]
Lyle Denniston 1957 Grad Legal journalist who is known for covering the Supreme Court for SCOTUSblog, The Wall Street Journal, and The Boston Globe; professor at Georgetown Law Center [589]
Bonnie Erbé 1987 Law Journalist and host of To the Contrary [590]
Jamie Gangel 1977 SFS National correspondent on NBC's The Today Show [591]
Lourdes Garcia-Navarro 1994 SFS Foreign correspondent with the National Public Radio; winner of the Edward R. Murrow Award and Peabody Award [592]
Jeffrey Gedmin 1990 Grad President of Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty, 2007–11; President of the Londgon-based Legatum Institute, 2011–14; Senior Fellow at Georgetown University and the Institute for Strategic Dialogue [593]
Stephen Glass 2001 Law Journalist at The New Republic known for fabricating numerous stories [594]
Linda Gradstein 1985 SFS Correspondent with NPR, and PRI's The World [595]
Savannah Guthrie 2000 Grad Journalist and former White House correspondent; co-anchor of The Today Show [596]
Peter Hamby 2003 Col Head of News at Snapchat ; host of Good Luck America; former CNN political reporter; author of "Did Twitter Kill The Boys On The Bus?"[597] [598]
Daniel Henninger 1968 SFS Deputy editorial page director of The Wall Street Journal; contributor on Fox News [599]
Quin Hillyer 1986 Col Senior editorial writer for The Washington Times; contributor to numerous publications and news stations [600]
Paul Janensch 1960 Col Former executive editor of The Courier-Journal [601]
Mary Jordan 1983 Col Journalist for The Washington Post; winner of the Pulitzer Prize for International Reporting [602]
Mark Landler 1987 SFS White House correspondent, former European economic correspondent, and Hong Kong bureau chief for The New York Times [603]
Monica Langley 1983 Law Senior special writer for The Wall Street Journal [604]
Tara McKelvey 1985 Col Correspondent for Newsweek and The Daily Beast [605]
Deroy Murdock 1986 Col Columnist for the Scripps Howard News Service; contributing editor to the National Review [606]
Condé Montrose Nast 1894,
1895
Col,
Grad
Founder of Condé Nast, which publishes Vanity Fair, Vogue, and The New Yorker; first president of Georgetown's student government, The Yard (predecessor to the Georgetown University Student Association) [607]
Miles O'Brien 1981 Col Science and technology broadcast journalist for CNN [608]
Timothy L. O'Brien 1984 Col Author; former Sunday Business editor for The New York Times and editorial board member of Bloomberg View of Bloomberg News [609]
Norah O'Donnell 1996,
2003
Col,
Grad
Co-anchor of CBS This Morning; former Chief White House Correspondent for CBS News [610]
Walter Pincus 2001 Law Pulitzer Prize, Emmy Award, and Polk Award-winning national security journalist for The Washington Post [611]
Shirley Povich 1922–1923* Law Sports editor at The Washington Post for 41 years; winner of the J. G. Taylor Spink Award [612]
Frank J. Prial 1951 Col The New York Times wine columnist and author [613]
Martin Quigley Jr. 1939 Col Publisher of film magazines and co-author of the Motion Picture Production Code; spy for the United States Office of Strategic Services in Ireland during World War II; twice-elected mayor of Larchmont, New York [614]
Walter Ratliff 2004 SCS Emmy Award-winning documentary director; reporter for the Associated Press [615]
Sumner Redstone 1944* Law Media executive; chairman and owner of National Amusements, the parent corporation of CBS Corporation and Viacom [616]
Maria Shriver 1977 Col Anchor for NBC News; winner of two Emmy Awards and a Peabody Award for coverage of the 1988 Summer Olympics and for The Alzheimer's Project; former First Lady of California [617]
Kate Snow 1993 MSFS Host of NBC Nightly News; co-host of the Good Morning America weekend edition [618]
Kara Swisher 1984 SFS Technology columnist for The Wall Street Journal [619]
Lisa Sylvester 1992 SFS Peabody Award and Emmy Award-winning reporter; previously on CNN's The Situation Room [620]
Anthony Thomopoulos 1959 SFS President of ABC Entertainment and ABC Broadcast Group [621]
Greta Van Susteren 1979,
1982
Law,
LL.M.
Fox News Channel anchor of On the Record w/ Greta Van Susteren [622]
Arick Wierson 1994 SFS Former NYC Media general manager; former media advisor to New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg [623]

Law[edit]

Name Class year School/
degree
Notability Reference
Jack Abramoff 1986 Law In March 2006, sentenced to five years and 10 months in prison and ordered then to pay restitution of more than $21 million for defrauding American Indian tribes and corruption of public officials [624]
Robert S. Bennett 1961,
1964
Col,
Law
Litigator; represented President Bill Clinton in the Lewinsky scandal [625]
Thomas Hale Boggs Jr. 1961,
1965
Col,
Law
Co-founder of Patton Boggs LLP [626]
Stephen L. Braga 1981 Law Litigator who represented the West Memphis Three [627]
Plato Cacheris 1953,
1956
SFS,
Law
Litigator who defended numerous high-profile clients [628]
Michael J. Callahan 1990 SFS Executive Vice President and General Counsel of Yahoo [629]
James C. Duff 1981 Law Director of the Administrative Office of the United States Courts, 2006–present; President of the Freedom Forum, which operates the Newseum, 2011–present [630]
Andrew G. Haley 1928 Law World's first space lawyer; president of Aerojet General, 1942–45; a founder in 1960 of the International Academy of Astronautics and International Institute of Space Law; coined the term "metalaw" (laws applied to relations with alien intelligences) [631]
Theodore "Ted" Jones 1970 LL.M. Louisiana lawyer, lobbyist, and political appointee [632]
Peter McDonough 1979,
1982
Col,
Law
General counsel of Princeton University; Republican New Jersey state legislator [633]
Michael Murphy 1972 Col Morris County prosecutor; Democratic candidate for Governor of New Jersey [634]
Phil Preis 1975,
1976
Law,
LL.M.
Candidate for Governor of Louisiana in 1995 and 1999; Baton Rouge attorney [635]
Helen Steinbinder 1955 LL.M. The first female Law Professor at Georgetown Law School. [636]
Jane Sullivan Roberts 1984 Law Partner at Pillsbury Winthrop; wife of Chief Justice John Roberts [637]
Stephen Edward Smith 1973,
1977
Col,
Law
Vice president and general counsel, Lockheed Martin [638]
William Shea 1929 Col Noted New York attorney and patriarch of the New York Mets; Shea Stadium named in his honor; name partner of Shea & Gould [639]
Brendan Sullivan 1964,
1967
Col,
Law
Senior partner at Williams & Connolly; litigator who defended Lt. Col. Oliver North during the Iran-Contra affair [640]
Genevievette Walker-Lightfoot 1995 Col U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission attorney [641]
Edward Bennett Williams 1944 Law Trial lawyer; attorney for The Washington Post and Georgetown University; owned the Washington Redskins and Baltimore Orioles; founder of Williams & Connolly [642]

Royalty[edit]

Name Class year School/
degree
Notability Reference
Pavlos, Crown Prince of Greece 1995 MSFS First son of Constantine II of Greece and Crown Prince [643]
Bernhard, Prince of Orange-Nassau, van Vollenhoven 1988–1989* SCE Member of the Dutch Royal Family, being nephew of the former Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands [644]
Guillaume, Prince of Luxembourg 1987 SFS Third son and youngest child of Grand Duke Jean and Grand Duchess Josephine-Charlotte of Luxembourg [645]
Prince Turki Al Faisal 1968 SFS Son of King Faisal; Ambassador of Saudi Arabia to the United States, 2005–07; Ambassador of Saudi Arabia to the United Kingdom and Ireland, 2002–05; Director of General Intelligence of Saudi Arabia, 1979–2001 [646]
Prince Mohammed bin Nawwaf bin Abdulaziz 1981 SFS Member of the House of Saud; Ambassador of Saudi Arabia to the United Kingdom and Ireland, 2005–present; Ambassador of Saudi Arabia to Italy and Malta, 1995–2005 [647]
Prince Hashim bin Hussein 2005 SFS The younger of the two sons of King Hussein and Queen Noor of Jordan, and half-brother of the reigning King Abdullah II of Jordan [648]
Hussein, Crown Prince of Jordan 2016 SFS First son and heir apparent of King Abdullah II and Queen Rania of Jordan [649]
Prince Talal bin Muhammad 1989 SFS,
Grad
The eldest son of Prince Muhammad bin Talal, the younger brother of King Hussein of Jordan, and the grandson of King Talal of Jordan [650]
Princess Ghida al-Talal 1986 SFS,
Grad
Member of the House of Hashemites; Chairperson of the King Hussein Cancer Foundation [651]
Agustín, Prince of Iturbide 1884 Col Grandson of Don Agustín de Iturbide, the first Emperor of Mexico; became adopted son of Emperor Maximilian I and Empress Carlota of Mexico, of House of Habsburg, and as the Emperors had no children, he became heir to the throne; in exile (as Emperor Don Agustín III of Mexico, de jure) he taught Spanish and French at Georgetown for many years (died 1925) [652]
Princess Noor Pahlavi 2014 Col Granddaughter of Mohammad Reza Pahlavi, the last Shah of Iran. [653]

Science and medicine[edit]

Name Class year School/
degree
Notability Reference
John O. Agwunobi 2000 MBA United States Assistant Secretary for Health and Admiral in the United States Public Health Service Commissioned Corps, 2006–07; Senior Vice President and President of the Health and Wellness Division of Walmart, 2007–14 [654]
John-David F. Bartoe 1974,
1976
Grad,
Grad
NASA astronaut and astrophysicist; Research Manager for the International Space Station at the Johnson Space Center, 1995–present [655]
Pascale Cossart 1971 Grad Bacteriologist and Head of the Unité des Interactions Bactéries Cellules at the Pasteur Institute; recipient of the 1998 Richard Lounsbery Award [656]
George Coyne 1962 Grad Astronomer; Director of the Vatican Observatory, 1978–2006 [657]
Mark R. Dybul 1985,
1992
Col,
Med
United States Global AIDS Coordinator of the U.S. Department of State, 2006–09 [658]
Lt. Gen. Kevin C. Kiley 1976 Med Surgeon General of the United States Army and Commander of U.S. Army Medical Command, 2004–07 [659]
Ulrich Kortz 1995 Grad Professor of chemistry at Jacobs University Bremen [660]
Antonia Novello 1975 W Surgeon General of the United States, 1990–93 [661]
Thomas Parran Jr. 1915 Med Surgeon General of the United States, 1936–48 [662]
Sean P. Pinney 1994 Med Cardiologist; Director of the Advanced Heart Failure and Cardiac Transplant Program and the Pulmonary Hypertension Program at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City [663]
Robert R. Redfield 1973,
1977
Col,
Med
Virologist and HIV researcher; professor of medicine at University of Maryland, Baltimore; co-founder of the Institute of Human Virology [664]
John J. Ring 1949,
1953
Col,
Med
President of the American Medical Association, 1991–92 [665]
Vera Rubin 1954 Med Astronomer; recipient of numerous awards for work on galaxy rotation rates and dark matter; discovered the Rubin–Ford effect [666]
Solomon H. Snyder 1959,
1962
Col,
Med
Neuroscientist; University Distinguished Service Professor of Psychiatry, Neurosciences, and Pharmacology at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine [667]
Andrew von Eschenbach 1967 Med United States Commissioner of Food and Drugs, 2006–09; Director of the National Cancer Institute, 2002–05 [668]

Sports[edit]

Athletes[edit]

Name Class year School/
degree
Notability Reference
Al Blozis 1942 Col Professional football player for the New York Giants; killed in action during World War II while searching alone for missing comrades in the Vosges Mountains of France; the New York Giants retired his number, 32 [669]
Ruben Boumtje-Boumtje 2001 Col Professional basketball player for the Portland Trail Blazers [670]
Alex Buzbee 2007 Col Professional football player for the Washington Redskins [671]
Andrew Campbell 2006 SFS Sailor on the 2008 U.S. Olympic team [672]
Harry Colliflower 1906 Col Professional baseball player for the Cleveland Spiders and an umpire; coach of the Georgetown varsity basketball team, 1911–14 [673]
Patrick Ewing 1985 Col Professional basketball player for the New York Knicks; inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame in 2008 [674]
Patrick Ewing Jr. 2008 Col Professional basketball player for the Al Rayyan Basketball Team of the Qatari Basketball League [675]
Eric "Sleepy" Floyd 1982 Col Professional basketball player for the Golden State Warriors and Houston Rockets [676]
Brendan Gaughan 1997 MSB Professional racer for the NASCAR Xfinity Series and Camping World Truck Series [677]
Jeff Green 2004–2007* Col Professional basketball player for the Seattle SuperSonics Oklahoma City Thunder Boston Celtics Memphis Grizzlies and Los Angeles Clippers [678]
Othella Harrington 1996 Col Professional basketball player for the Chicago Bulls [679]
Roy Hibbert 2008 Col Professional basketball player for the Indiana Pacers and Los Angeles Lakers [680]
Nancy Hogshead-Makar 1997 Law Three-time gold medalist swimmer on the 1984 U.S. Olympic team [681]
Allen Iverson 1995–1996* Col Professional basketball player for the Philadelphia 76ers [682]
Jaren Jackson 1989 MSB Professional basketball player for the San Antonio Spurs [683]
Augie Lio 1941 Col Professional football player for the Detroit Lions [684]
Al Matuza 1941 Col Professional football player for the Chicago Bears [685]
Kevin McMahon 1994 Col Hammer thrower for the 1996 U.S. Olympic team and 2000 U.S. Olympic team [686]
Greg Monroe 2008–2009* MSB Professional basketball player for the Detroit Pistons and Milwaukee Bucks [687]
John Morelli 1943 Col Professional football player for the Boston Yanks [688]
Alonzo Mourning 1992 Col Professional basketball player for the Miami Heat [689]
Aimee Mullins 1998 SFS Track and field athlete and Chief of Mission for the 2012 U.S. Olympic delegation; actress; fashion model and motivational speaker [690]
Dikembe Mutombo 1991 SLL Professional basketball player for the Denver Nuggets and Houston Rockets [691]
Eamonn O'Reilly 1966 Col Former American record-holder in the Boston Marathon [692]
Victor Page 1995–1997* Col NBA Development League basketball player for the Sioux Falls Skyforce [693]
Angelo Paternoster 1943 Col Professional football player for the Washington Redskins [694]
George Perpich 1942 Col Professional football player for the Washington Redskins [695]
Jim Ricca 1951 Col Professional football player for the Washington Redskins [696]
Don Reid 1995 Col Professional basketball player for the Detroit Pistons and Orlando Magic [697]
Ed Skoronski 1931* Col Professional football player for the Pittsburgh Steelers [698][699]
James Strauch Olympic fencer, and national champion
Kyle Sweeney 2003 MSB Professional lacrosse player in the National Lacrosse League and Major League Lacrosse; played for the U.S. Men's National Team in the 2006 World Lacrosse Championship and Team USA in the World Indoor Lacrosse Championship [700]
Mike Sweetney 2001–2003* Col Professional basketball player for the New York Knicks and Chicago Bulls [701]
Ingrid Wells 2011 Col Professional soccer player for 1. FFC Turbine Potsdam and the United States women's national under-23 soccer team; played in the National Women's Soccer League [702]
Jahidi White 1998 Col Professional basketball player for the Washington Wizards [703]
Jerome Williams 1996 Col Professional basketball player for the New York Knicks [704]
Reggie Williams 1987 Col Professional basketball player for the Los Angeles Clippers; 1983 Mr. Basketball USA [705]
David Wingate 1986 Col Professional basketball player for the Philadelphia 76ers [706]

Commissioners, owners, coaches, and managers[edit]

Name Class year School/
degree
Notability Reference
Chris Antonetti 1996 MSB President of Baseball Operations of the Cleveland Indians [707]
Bill Bidwill 1960 MSB Owner of the Arizona Cardinals [708]
Walter Briggs Jr. 1934 Col Owner of the Detroit Tigers [709]
Craig Esherick 1978,
1982
MSB,
Law
Head coach of the Georgetown Hoyas men's basketball team; scout for the 1988 U.S. Men's basketball team [710]
Martin Mayhew 2000 Law General manager of the Detroit Lions [711]
Frank McCourt 1975 Col Owner and manager of the Los Angeles Dodgers and Dodger Stadium; owner of the Los Angeles Marathon [712]
Jamie McCourt 1975 SLL CEO and co-owner of the Los Angeles Dodgers; highest-ranked woman in Major League Baseball [713]
Mark Murphy 1988 Law President and CEO of the Green Bay Packers; former safety in the NFL Pro Bowl; two-time Super Bowl Champion with the Washington Redskins [714]
Susan O'Malley 2007 Law President of the Washington Wizards; first female president of an NBA franchise [715]
Carmen Policy 1966 Law President and CEO of the San Francisco 49ers; President and CEO of the Cleveland Browns [716]
Jim Schwartz 1989 Col Head coach of the Detroit Lions [717]
Michael Slive 1966 LL.M. Commissioner of the Southeastern Conference [718]
Paul Tagliabue 1962 Col Commissioner of the National Football League, 1989–2006; Chairman of the Board of Directors of Georgetown University, 2009–2015; member of the National Italian American Sports Hall of Fame [719]
Jerry Vainisi MSB General manager of the Chicago Bears; Chairman and CEO of Forest Park National Bank & Trust Co. [720]
Michael Vespoli 1968 Col Head coach of the lightweight men of the 1979 U.S. National team; assistant coach of the heavyweight men of the 1980 U.S. Olympic team; rower for the champion 1972 U.S. Olympic team and 1974 World Rowing Championships team; founder and CEO of Vespoli USA [721]
Tom Walter 1991 Col Head coach of the Wake Forest Demon Deacons baseball team [722]

Fictional[edit]

Name Notability Reference
Sterling Archer Title character in animated series Archer [723]
Prince Nasir Al-Subaai Played by Alexander Siddig in Syriana [724]
Zoey Bartlet President's daughter played by Elisabeth Moss in The West Wing [725]
Robert Clayton Dean Main character played by Will Smith in Enemy of the State [726]
Tracy Flick Played by Reese Witherspoon in Election [727]
Alicia Florrick Lead character played by Julianna Margulies in The Good Wife [728]
Will Gardner Character played by Josh Charles in The Good Wife [728]
Benjamin Franklin Gates Played by Nicolas Cage in the National Treasure franchise [725]
Spencer Hastings Played by Troian Bellisario in Pretty Little Liars [723]
J.J. and Honey Huan Characters in Doonesbury [729]
Jason Hudson Character in the video game Call of Duty: Black Ops [725]
Brenda Leigh Johnson Deputy Los Angeles Police Chief from the television series The Closer [730]
Matthew Kidman Main character played by Emile Hirsch in The Girl Next Door [731]
Walter Larson and Haroon Raja Main and recurring characters in The Brink [723]
Main characters St. Elmo's Fire [725]
Chuck McGill Played by Michael McKean in the television series Better Call Saul [732]
Margaret "Maggie" O'Donnell Played by Michelle Trachtenberg in 17 Again [733]
David Palmer President of the United States played by Dennis Haysbert in 24 [725]
Olivia Pope Played by Kerry Washington in the television series Scandal [723]
Melanie Porter Played by Raven-Symoné in College Road Trip [734]
Derek Reynolds Played by Sean Patrick Thomas in Save the Last Dance [735]
Jack Ryan (Grad 1980); Deputy Director of the Central Intelligence and President of the United States in Tom Clancy novels [736]
Annie Walker Main character in Covert Affairs [737]
Lawrence Walker Character in Insecure played by Jay Ellis [738]
Declan Walsh Protagonist in the 1979 novel The Vicar of Christ who served as Chief Justice of the United States and later Pope [739]
Kyle Lee Watson Character played by Duane Martin in Above the Rim, who played for the Georgetown Hoyas basketball team under Coach John Thompson Jr. [740]
Charlie Young President's personal aide played by Dulé Hill in The West Wing [728]

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