Every so often I work with our Director of Alumni Affairs and I get highlights on what some of our alumni are doing. I received a report from her earlier this week and started to digest it. I decided to divide the information into two posts. This first post covers three general sectors and the next post will cover NGOs, the United Nations, business, academia and think tanks.
Below are sector titles, names, program, graduation year, organizations, and titles. Feel free to follow the links for related pages on those referenced.
Media and Technology
Na Eng – MIA 1999: News and Documentary Producer, CNBC.
Claire Shipman – MIA 1994: Senior National Correspondent, ABC News
Richard Smith – MIA 1969: Chairman, Newsweek
Lan Yang – MIA 1996: Sun Media Investment Holdings
Politics and Government
Bill de Blasio – MIA 1987: New York City Public Advocate
Eric Garcetti – MIA 1995: President, Los Angeles City Council
Patricia Haslach – MIA 1981: Deputy Coordinator for Diplomacy of the Department of State’s Office of the Coordinator for the Global Hunger and Food Security Initiative, US Department of State
Shannon Lightner-Gometz – MPA 2001: Deputy Director, Illinois Dept of Public health, Office of Women’s Health
Robert Scher – MIA 1991: Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for South and Southeast Asia, U.S. Department of Defense
Chun Yung Woo – MIA 1994: Korean Senior Presidential Secretary for Foreign Affairs and National Security, Korean Government.
Scott Campbell – MIA 1995: Executive Director, Elton John AIDS Foundation
Richard Greenberg – MPA 2004: President, The Fund for New Jersey.
Anisa Kamadoli Costa – MIA 1998: President, The Tiffany & Co. Foundation
Ferry Pausch – MIA 2001: Managing Director, Deutschlandstiftung Integration
Rita Soni – MIA 2001: CEO, NASSCOM Foundation