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Washington, DC

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Ken Adelman
Diplomat
9-Jun-1946   Deputy US Ambassador to the UN, 1981-83
Joseph B. Anderson, Jr.
Business
c. 1943   TAG Holdings LLC
Gary E. Anderson
Business
c. 1945   CEO of Dow Corning, 1999-2004
James Baker
Government
28-Apr-1930   US Secretary of State, 1989-92
David J. Barram
Government
c. 1943   GSA Administrator, 1996-2001
Wayne L. Berman
Activist
8-Nov-1956   Washington lobbyist
Karan K. Bhatia
Government
?   Deputy US Trade Representative
Samuel Bodman
Government
26-Nov-1938   US Secretary of Energy
Danny J. Boggs
Judge
23-Oct-1944   6th Circuit Court of Appeals
Ron Bonjean
Government
c. 1970   Republican strategist
Alan S. Boyd
Government
20-Jul-1922   US Secretary of Transportation, 1967-69
W. Walton Butterworth
Diplomat
7-Sep-1903 31-Mar-1975 US Ambassador to Canada, 1962-68
Maria Cino
Politician
19-Apr-1957   Republican operative
LeRoy Collins
Politician
10-Mar-1909 12-Mar-1991 Governor of Florida, 1955-61
Kathleen B. Cooper
Economist
c. 1948   Dean, UNT Business School
Stuart Eizenstat
Diplomat
15-Jan-1943   US Ambassador to the EU, 1993-96
Richard S. Emmet
Attorney
8-Apr-1897 5-Oct-1969 Counsel to the Bank of New York
Marion B. Folsom
Business
23-Nov-1893 27-Sep-1976 HEW Secretary, 1955-58
Harold Ford
Politician
11-May-1970   Congressman from Tennessee, 1997-2007
Jeffrey E. Garten
Educator
29-Oct-1946   Dean of Yale Management, 1995-2005
Cynthia A. Glassman
Government
?   Economic Affairs, US Commerce Dept.
Mary L. Good
Educator
20-Jun-1931   Donaghey Professor, U. Arkansas
Henry F. Grady
Economist
12-Feb-1882 14-Sep-1957 First US Ambassador to India, 1947-48
Sidney Harman
Business
5-Aug-1918 12-Apr-2011 Founder of Harman International
Herbert A. Hauptman
Mathematician
14-Feb-1917 23-Oct-2011 X-ray diffraction studies
Christian Herter
Politician
28-Mar-1895 30-Dec-1966 US Secretary of State, 1959-61
Jerry J. Jasinowski
Business
4-Jan-1939   National Association of Manufacturers
Melvyn N. Klein
Attorney
c. 1941   GKH Partners LP
Tom Loeffler
Politician
1-Aug-1946   Congressman from Texas, 1979-87
James Thomas Lynn
Government
27-Feb-1927 6-Dec-2010 US HUD Secretary, 1973-75
Paul W. McCracken
Economist
29-Dec-1915 3-Aug-2012 Council of Economic Advisers, 1969-71
Carola McGiffert
Government
?   Center for Strategic & International Studies
David C. Miller
Diplomat
15-Jul-1942   US Ambassador to Zimbabwe, 1984-86
William T. Monroe
Diplomat
c. 1950   US Ambassador to Bahrain, 2004-07
Frederick H. Mueller
Government
22-Nov-1893 31-Aug-1976 US Commerce Secretary, 1959-61
William Thornton Pryce
Diplomat
19-Jul-1932 11-Jul-2006 US Ambassador to Honduras, 1993-96
Franklin D. Roosevelt, Jr.
Politician
17-Aug-1914 17-Aug-1988 Congressman from New York, 1949-55
David Rothkopf
Author
24-Dec-1955   Superclass
Rockwell Schnabel
Diplomat
30-Dec-1936   US Ambassador to the EU, 2001-05
Susan Schwab
Government
23-Mar-1955   US Trade Representative
Cheryl L. Shavers
Business
c. 1953   Under Secy. Commerce for Technology, 1999-2001
Alfred C. Sikes
Government
16-Dec-1939   FCC Chairman, 1989-93
Nancy H. Steorts
Government
28-Nov-1936   CPSC Chairwoman, 1981-85
Orson Swindle
Government
8-Mar-1937   Federal Trade Commissioner, 1997-2005
Regina Vargo
Government
c. 1949   Asst. US Trade Representative, 2001-06
Richard N. Viets
Diplomat
10-Nov-1930   US Ambassador to Jordan, 1981-84
Roger Wallace
Business
?   Lobbyist, Investamex
Olin L. Wethington
Government
17-Nov-1948   Chairman of AIG China


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