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  Summer 2003 VOLUME 27 Number 3
From the Director
Meet the 2003-2004 White House Fellows
Fellows Journey to Africa
Get Ready to Recruit!
Education Program
Fellows Corner
Where Are They Now?
Meet the Staff
Highlights of White House Fellows in the News

Where Are They Now?

COL (USMCR) Art Athens ('87-88) stepped down as Commandant of the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy and is the Lakefield Family Foundation Distinguished Professor of Leadership at the U.S. Naval Academy.

GEN Wesley Clark ('75-76) is President and CEO of Leadership for America, a non-profit organization headquartered in Little Rock, AR.

CAPT Phil Cullom ('94-95) is Commodore of Amphibious Squadron Three in the Pacific Fleet.

Judge Dickson ('69-70) retired from his position as General Counsel at IBM and moved to Sanibel, FL.

Tom Downs ('77-78) moved from the University of Maryland to become President of the Eno Transportation Foundation in Washington, DC.

Jim Eisenhower ('95-96) is Chairman of the Pennsylvania Commission on Crime and Deliquincy.

CAPT Scott Gray ('91-92) has given up command of the USS Emory S. Land and is the Deputy Chief of Legislative Affairs for the U.S. Navy at the Pentagon.

Jon Jennings ('97-98) is a candidate for the U.S. Congress for Indiana.s 8th District.

Jeffrey Kang ('94-95) is Senior Vice President and National Medical Director for CIGNA Healthcare in Hartford, CT.

Rand Kehl ('90-91) is Senior Vice President and General Counsel for Advanced Management Technologies, Inc., in Arlington, VA.

Kris Kobach ('01-02) left the Justice Department to run for the U.S. Congress for Kansas. 3rd District.

Alan S. Kopit ('87-88) is Partner at Charge of Hahn Loeser + Parks LLP in Cleveland, OH.

Peter Krogh ('67-68) was named as one of 10 Men of Substance and Style in the April 2003 issue of Washington Life Magazine.

Dana G. Mead ('70-71) is Chair of the MIT Corporation.

CAPT John Miller ('90-91) will relinquish command of the USS Constellation and will report to The Joint Staff, Joint Chiefs of Staff at the Pentagon.

CAPT Dennis Murphy ('92-93) assumed command of Submarine Squadron SEVEN in Pearl Harbor, HI.

MAJ Peter Najera ('99-00) returned from Germany and is a Pol-Mil Planner in the Office of the Secretary of Defense (European Policy).

Lee Nunn ('72-73) moved to Anchorage, AK.

Raul Perea-Henze ('93-94) is Director, Operations and Management, Medical and Scientific Affairs, for the Pfizer Pharmaceutical Group in New York, NY.

CDR Pat Piercey ('00-01) is the Commanding Officer of the USS Howard (DDG 83), homeported in Coronado, CA.

Pat Putignano ('84-85) is Manager, FSC CTD II, for The Boeing Company in Arlington, VA.

Mitchell Reiss ('88-89) was named Director of Planning for the Department of State.

Peter Rundlet ('97-98) is working on intelligence issues for the National Commission on Terrorist Attacks Upon the United States in Washington, DC.

Tom Shull ('81-82) is Chairman, President & CEO of Hanover Direct, Inc. in Edgewater, NJ.

David Simms ('88-89) is Managing Partner of The Bridgespan Group in Boston, MA.

CAPT John Wood ('96-97) assumed command of the 33d Flying Training Squadron at Vance Air Force Base, Oklahoma.

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