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Eisenhower Fellowships

ORGANIZATION

Official Website:
http://www.eisenhowerfellowships.org/

Location:
Philadelphia, PA

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Madeleine Albright
Diplomat
15-May-1937   Bill Clinton's Secretary of State
Adrian A. Basora
Diplomat
18-Jul-1938   NSC European Director, 1989-91
Charles Cawley
Business
1941   Cofounder, MBNA Corporation
Jean-Pierre Garnier
Business
31-Oct-1947   CEO of GlaxoSmithKline
H. Edward Hanway
Business
1951   CEO of CIGNA
George M. Humphrey
Government
8-Mar-1890 20-Jan-1970 US Secretary of the Treasury, 1953-57
Emmanuel A. Kampouris
Business
c. 1936   CEO of American Standard, 1989-99
Henry Kissinger
Government
27-May-1923   US Secretary of State, 1973-77
Peter McCausland
Business
c. 1949   CEO of Airgas
William E. Mitchell
Business
13-Mar-1944   CEO of Arrow Electronics
Edward L. Monser
Business
c. 1950   COO of Emerson Electric
David J. O'Reilly
Business
1947   CEO of Chevron, 2005-09
Marc Olivié
Business
1954   MRO Management BVBA
Colin Powell
Government
5-Apr-1937   US Secretary of State, 2001-05
Donald Rumsfeld
Government
9-Jul-1932   US Secretary of Defense, 1975-77 and 2001-06
Brent Scowcroft
Government
19-Mar-1925   National Security Advisor to Ford and GHWB
Stephen D. Steinour
Business
c. 1958   CEO of Citizens Financial, 2006-08
H. Patrick Swygert
Educator
17-Mar-1943   President of Howard University, 1995-2008
John L. Thornton
Business
c. 1954   President of Goldman Sachs, 1999-2003
Harold A. Wagner
Business
c. 1935   CEO of Air Products, 1992-2000
Christine Todd Whitman
Government
26-Sep-1946   GWB's first head of EPA


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