White House Fellows
|SPRING 2002||VOLUME 26|
|Letter From the Director|
|White House Fellows Join Nation In Celebrating the Life of John W. Gardner|
|President Announces New Commissioners|
|Colonias Domestic Study Policy Trip|
|2001-2002 Class Enthusiastically Embraces Community Service|
|WHF Alumni Visit Vietnam|
|Where are They Now?|
Charles Ansbacher (76-77) is the Conductor of the Boston Landmarks Orchestra in Cambridge, MA.
David Aronberg (00-01) is suing Miss Cleos Psychic Network as Florida Assistant Attorney General for Economic Crime and running for the State House of Representatives in West Palm Beach.
Tim Atkin (94-95) has been named by Federal Computer Week as one of the 100 individuals who made the greatest impact on federal information technology in 2001.
MAJGEN John Barry (85-86) has been assigned as Director of Plans and Operations, Air Force Material Command at Wright-Patterson AFB, Ohio.
Drew Batavia (90-91) is a member of Florida International Universitys faculty, and serves as the Founding President of AUTONOMY, Inc., a non-profit organization dedicated to enhancing choices for people with disabilities.
Esther Benjamin (99-00) is Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of the International Youth Foundation in Baltimore, MD.
Brenda Berkman (96-97) has been promoted to Captain in the New York City Fire Department.
BG Thomas Bostick (89-90) has been assigned as Assistant Division Commander, 1st Cavalry Division, at Ft Hood, TX.
Patricia Davis (75-76) has been named Senior Vice President, Wealth Management, ALLFIRST Bank in Washington, DC.
Gene Dewey (68-69) was recently sworn in as Assistant Secretary of State for Populations, Refugees, and Migration by Secretary of State Colin L. Powell.
David Iglesias (94-95) has been sworn in as U.S. Attorney in Albuquerque, NM.
Stefanie Ferguson (96-97) has been appointed as a member of the National Advisory Council for Nursing Research for the National Institute of Health by Secretary Tommy Thompson.
John Gallagher (00-01) is working in the office of the U.S. Attorney in Albuquerque, NM.
BG Scott Gration (82-83) has been named Director, Regional Affairs, U.S. Air Force International Affairs at the Pentagon.
LTC Rich Hooker (92-93) is the Aide-de-Camp for the Secretary of the Army.
Katie Hong (00-01) is the Senior Policy Advisor to Mayor Greg Nichols in Seattle.
BG Frank Klotz (82-83) is Director of Defense Policy and Arms Control on the National Security Council in Washington, DC.
Jackie Lain (99-00) is the Associate Director for School Evaluation Services, Standard & Poors, in Washington, DC.
John McKay (89-90) was sworn in as U.S. Attorney in Seattle.
BG David Melcher (87-88) has been named Director, Program Analysis and Evaluation, Office of the G-8, Headquarters U.S. Army, Washington, DC.
John Moellering (73-74) has sold his company, Lear Siegler, Inc., and plans to retire in the Research Triangle, NC area.
CDR Mark Montgomery (98-99) is the Commanding Officer of the USS McCAMPBELL (DDG 85) and home ported in San Diego, CA.
Ron Naples (74-75) has been awarded the Anti-Defamation League Torch of Liberty Award in Philadelphia, PA.
LTC Barrye Price (99-00) has been selected as the Executive Officer to the Assistant Secretary of the Army for Personnel Policy.
Ann Ramsey-Jenkins (72-73) is Vice President and Treasurer of the Washington Education Foundation in Issaquah, WA.
Stefanie Sanford (96-97) is now Senior Policy Officer, Education and Libraries, for the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.
Teresa Schwartz (78-79) is the President of the Board of the YWCA of the National Capital Area.
Mary Schiavo (87-88) become a partner in the law firm of Baum, Hedlund, Aristei, Guilford and Schiavo in Los Angeles, CA.
MG John R. Wood (84-85) has been assigned as the Commanding General of the U.S. Armys 2nd Infantry Division in Korea.
Diane Yu (86-87) is the Vice President and Chief of Staff of New York University in New York City.