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A Report from the White House Fellows
Fall 2002 VOLUME 7
From the Director
The 2002-2003 Class of White House Fellows
Fall PR & Recruiting Campaign Underway
2001-2002 WHF Domestic and International Policy Study Trips: China, Vietnam and Alaska
Fellows Corner
Where are They Now?

Where Are They Now?

In Memoriam for John Holmes (1980-81), 1946-2002.

CDR Paul Antony (1993-94) is Senior Medical Officer, Presidential Helicopter Squadron One (HMX-1) at the White House

Mike Armacost (1969-70) has moved from The Brookings Institution to be a Shorenstein Distinguished Fellow at the Asia-Pacific Research Center at Stanford University in Palo Alto, CA

Dennis Blair (1975-76) has retired from his position as Commander-in-Chief, Pacific Command and is now a Senior Fellow at the Institute for Defense Analyses in Alexandria, VA

BG(P) Bill Caldwell (1991-92) is the Military Assistant to the Deputy Secretary of Defense, Paul Wolfowicz, at the Pentagon in Washington, D.C.

Tom Campbell (1980-81) is Dean of the Haas School of Business at the University of California in Berkeley, CA

Audrey Choi (1996-97) is attending the Harvard Business School in Cambridge, MA

Marsha Evans (1979-80) has left the Girl Scouts of America to be the President and CEO of the American Red Cross in Washington, D.C.

Jerry Garbacz (1968-69) is the Managing Partner for G3LLC in Riva, MD

Mimi Ghez (2000-01) has accepted a position as a Senior Policy Analyst for Multilateral Affairs at the Open Society Institute in Washington, D.C.

Sanjay Gupta (1997-98) writes a medical column for Time and is a medical commentator for CNN in Atlanta, GA.

LTC Richard Hooker (1992-93) has left the Office of the Secretary of the Army and is now a student at the National Defense University in Washington, D.C.

Terry Kelly (1997-98) has retired from the Army and is now with the Rand Corporation in Pittsburgh and Washington, D.C.

Doris Meissner (1973-74) has joined the Migration Policy Institute in Washington, D.C. as a Senior Fellow

Bob Orr (1996-97) has been named Director of the Washington Office for the Council on Foreign Relations and will also serve as a Counselor for the Center for Strategic and International Studies.

Barbara Paige (1993-94) is now a private consultant in Houston, TX

Ann Ramsey-Jenkins (1972-73) has assumed the position of Vice President and Treasurer for the Washington Education Foundation in Issaquah, WA

Stefanie Sanford (1996-97) has taken a position as Senior Policy Officer, Education and Libraries, for the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation in Washington, DC.

MG Bruce Scott (1984-85) is retiring from the Army to assume the position of Vice President for ITT Systems in Rosslyn, VA

MGEN Cliff Stanley (1989-90) has been selected for promotion to Lt General and nominated by the United States Marine Corps to be the Assistant Secretary of Defense for Personnel Policy

COL Loree Sutton (1996-97) has assumed command of DeWitt Army Hospital at Ft. Belvoir, VA

Pat Sweeney (1981-82) has retired from the Air Force and is now an attorney with McNamera, Dodge, Ney, Beatty, Slattery & Pfalzer in Fairfield, CA

Marc Thomas (1994-95) is Manager for Corporate Initiatives with General Electric in Fairfield, CT

Adis Vila (1982-83) has been named Vice President for External Affairs, Miami-Dade Community College, in Miami, FL

George Weathersby (1972-73) is Chairman and CEO of Genesys Solutions, LLC, in Princeton, NJ

MG Bob Wood (1984-85) has assumed command of the Army's 25th Infantry Division (Light) at Ft Shafter, HI

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