ABOUT

Deborah Lee James MIA '81, SIPA Alumni Day 2020 Keynote Speaker

Deborah Lee James served as the 23rd Secretary of the United States Air Force from 2013-2017 and was responsible for 660,000 military and civilian personnel and a budget of nearly $140 billion. As the Secretary, James was "dual-hatted" as the Principal Defense Space Advisor with responsibility for the strategy and budgets for all U.S. national security space efforts. In addition to spending 20 years in U.S. government, she has also worked in the private sector, including 12 years with Science Applications International Corp. (SAIC). James currently serves on the boards of public, private and not-for-profit entities, as well as an advisor and speaker on national security, business and leadership topics. In her recent book “Aim High: Chart Your Course and Find Success,” she shares her personal and professional challenges, and the strategies for success, and the problem-solving principles she used during her career.

Complimentary copies of Ms. James’s book will be made available to all guests who register for Alumni Day by the early-bird deadline of March 15, 2020. 

  • Alumni Day features a day of panels, discussions and networking opportunities. Panel topics allow our faculty and alumni to focus on timely issues about which they have unique expertise. The program starts with a lunch keynote address and ends with a cocktail reception for Alumni Day and Class Reunion participants.
  • The Class Reunion Dinner in Low Library will celebrate class years ending in 0 and 5 but all alumni and guests are welcome and encouraged to attend.
  • Class of 2019 First Year Reunion Party: SIPA is hosting a special celebration for the class of 2019 on Friday, April 24, 2020. Tickets are $10 per person or are included for 2019 graduates who register for Alumni Day or the Class Reunion Dinner!
  • A Career Transition Workshop will take place on Saturday morning before Alumni Day. Space is limited and a separate registration is required. 
  • Other special events will take place over the weekend including a program for alumni of the Program in Economic Policy Management (MPA-EPM) on Friday and events for the MPA-Development Practice alumni on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Check out the "Special Events" tab for more details. 


Questions? Please contact Susan Storms, Director of Alumni Affairs.

Registration is now open!

register here

AGENDA

Event Schedule

Please check back for program updates. Schedule is subject to change.

Events will take place at Columbia University in Faculty House, the International Affairs Building and Low Memorial Library.

Saturday, April 25, 2020

9:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.

Career Transitions Workshop (International Affairs Building)
Explore the possibilities and paths for kick-starting your career, both within and outside of your current field! Join fellow SIPA alumni at this two-hour interactive workshop with guest facilitator Christine Loomis GSAS ’75, Senior Consultant at Lee Hecht Harrison.

This workshop is free to SIPA alumni who are attending Alumni Day, but space is limited and a separate registration is required.

11:15 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.

Registration for Alumni Day (Faculty House)

12:00 p.m. - 1:30 p.m.

Lunch (Faculty House)

Welcome remarks from Dean Merit E. Janow and Kirsten Imohiosen MPA '03, Chair of the SIPA Alumni Association

Keynote Speaker: Deborah Lee James MIA ‘81

2:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.

Sessions (International Affairs Building)

Climate Change
Moderated by David Sandalow, Inaugural Fellow, Center on Global Energy Policy; Senior Research Scholar; Co-Director, Energy and Environment Concentration, Columbia SIPA

Election 2020: Policy Issues Shaping the U.S. Presidential Race
Moderated by Jefrey Pollock MPA ’97, Founding Partner and President, Global Strategy Group

Challenges in Regulating Global Banks
Moderated by Patricia Mosser, Director, MPA Program in Economic Policy Management and Senior Research Scholar of International and Public Affairs, Columbia SIPA

3:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Networking Coffee Hour
International Affairs Building

4:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Sessions (International Affairs Building)

Foreign Policy for the Next U.S. Administration
Moderated by Justin Vogt MIA ’07, Managing Editor, Foreign Affairs

Innovation, Beyond the Buzzword: Hands On Solutions to Tackle the Globe's Greatest Challenges
Moderated by Chris Allieri MIA ’00, Founder and Principal, Mulberry & Astor

5:30 p.m. Registration for Class Reunion Dinner (Low Memorial Library)

5:30 p.m. – 6:30 p.m.

Cocktail Reception (Low Memorial Library, Faculty Room)

6:30 p.m. – 9:30 p.m.

Class Reunion Dinner (Low Memorial Library, Rotunda)

REUNION
SPECIAL EVENTS

First Year Reunion Party for SIPA’s Class of 2019

Friday, April 24, 2020 from 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm

This special celebration for SIPA’s Class of 2019 is hosted by the Office of Alumni Affairs as part of the annual Alumni Day and Class Reunion Weekend. Tickets are $10 or free for those who register to attend Alumni Day on Saturday, April 25.

Space is limited and early-bird registration for Alumni Day ends March 15.

Venue: Frying Pan | 207 12th Ave | New York, NY 10001

Register Here

Questions? Contact SIPA’s Office of Alumni Affairs or your 2019 Class Reunion Ambassadors.

Tamar Aharoni MPA-ESP ’19
Elaine Engeles MPA-ESP ’19
Leanne Kaplan MPA ‘19
JoAnna Kyle MIA ‘19
Nitin Magima MPA-DP '19


MPA in Economic Policy Management (EPM) Events

Friday, April 24, 2020

Join fellow MPA-EPM alumni on Friday afternoon for career networking and panels featuring MPA-EPM alumni and faculty including David Bloom, Michael Connolly, Francisco Rivera-Batiz, Guillermo Calvo, Michael Gavin, and Patricia Mosser.

In the evening, MPA-EPM alumni are invited to a special reception and dinner in Morningside Heights.

These events are free for all MPA-EPM but a separate registration is required.

Questions? Contact SIPA’s Office of Alumni Affairs or Shawyonia Pettigrew with the EPM program.


MPA-Development Practice (MPA-DP) Events

Details coming soon. For questions or information, please contact Kendal Stewart at MPA-DP.

ATTENDEES

LIST OF ATTENDEES FOR ALUMNI DAY / REUNION DINNER

Last Update: Tuesday, February 18.

Reunion Class of 1995    

Beatriz Arbelaez MIA-EPM '95

Jonathan Coppel MPA-EPM '95

Slobodanka Matakova Lakinska MIA-EPM '95

Diah Siregar MIA-EPM '95

Ronald Waas MIA-EPM '95

 

 

Reunion Class of 2000    

Chris Allieri MIA '00

Marc Jacquand MIA '00

Jenny McGill MIA '00

Scott Rembrandt MPA '00

Megan Shugarman MPA '00

 

 

Reunion Class of 2005    

Kenton Beerman MIA '05

Alejandro Cuadrado MIA '05

Joshua Gatmaitan EMPA '05

Debarati Ghosh MIA '05

Thibaud Marcesse MIA '05

Sevara Melibaeva MPA '05

Omayra Nunes MPA '05

Beatriz Prieto-Oramas MIA '05

Rafael Valdez Mingramm MPA-EPM '05

 
Reunion Class of 2010    

Nada Al-Hamalawy MPA-EPM '10

Maria Paula Carvajal MPA '10

KaShan Choy MPA-EPM '10

Armin Ghiam MIA '10

Evelyn Hutter MIA '10

Karin Logan MIA '10

Marie Metz MIA '10

Daniel Perez MPA '10

Yazmin Rozwadowski MPA '10

Peter Sang MPA-EPM '10

Kristoffer Tangri MPA '10

Karen Villafana MPA '10

Dario Vílchez MIA '10

Andrea Vivero MPA '10

Lauren Ziegler MIA '10

 

Reunion Class of 2015    

Karan Arjun MPA '15

Prateek Awasthi MPA '15

Jennifer Badolato MIA '15

Catherine Cai MPA '15

Debora Gildenson MIA '15

Michael Lenihan MIA '15

Eric Medina MPA '15

Thomas Ngo MPA '15

Kathleen Roh MPA '15

Nina Sawhney MPA '15

Michael Stecher MPA '15

Jessica Tang MPA '15

Cheska Tolentino MPA '15

Lydia Tomkiw MIA '15

Maria Valles Beneit MPA-DP '15

Elyssa White MPA '15

Li Zhou MPA '15

 

Reunion Class of 2019    

Raul Alonso MPA '19

Victoria Cerullo MPA '19

Priya Chokshi MIA '19

Alex Dowlen MPA '19

Jacob Gross MPA '19

Renu Grover MPA '19

Jasneet Hora MPA '19

Shuyu Luo MIA '19

Katrina Niehaus MPA '19

Veronika Poplavskaya MPA '19

Jordan Reisner MPA '19

 

Other Class Years    

Marcel Bock MIA '17

Leonardo Bullaro MPA '08

Dustin Craven MIA '93

Carlos Cuevas MPA '12

Agata Duda-Plonka MPA '18

Susan Gitelson MIA '66

Michael Hillmeyer MIA '97

Claire LaBrunerie MIA '84

Julyann Moon MPA '18

Ricardo Mora MIA '91

James Profestas MPA '14

Rekha Shukla MIA '92

David Victor MIA '92

William Wechsler MPA '93

Tracy Wilson MIA '86

SPEAKERS

ALUMNI DAY SPEAKERS

Last Update: Tuesday, February 18.

Alumni Day Keynote Speaker

Deborah Lee James MIA ‘81

23rd Secretary of the U.S. Air Force

Deborah Lee James served as the 23rd Secretary of the United States Air Force from 2013-2017 and was responsible for 660,000 military and civilian personnel and a budget of nearly $140 billion. As the Secretary, James was "dual-hatted" as the Principal Defense Space Advisor with responsibility for the strategy and budgets for all U.S. national security space efforts. In addition to spending 20 years in U.S. government, she has also worked in the private sector, including 12 years with Science Applications International Corp. (SAIC). James currently serves on the boards of public, private and not-for-profit entities, as well as an advisor and speaker on national security, business and leadership topics. In her recent book “Aim High: Chart Your Course and Find Success,” she shares her personal and professional challenges, and the strategies for success, and the problem-solving principles she used during her career.

Chris Allieri MIA ‘00
Founder and Principal, Mulberry & Astor

Chris Allieri is founder and principal of Mulberry & Astor, a communications consultancy based in New York.  He has helped companies and non-profits communicate more effectively for more than twenty years.  Allieri is also a media and spokesperson trainer for CEOs, founders, entrepreneurs and other leaders to perfect messaging and delivery. He has industry expertise in technology, professional services, transportation, logistics, energy, digital media, entertainment and gaming, as well as experience in sustainability, business ethics, social purpose, CSR and diversity communications. Previously, Allieri was the chief marketing and communications executive at Edelman and he led digital and corporate communications for Univision.

Scott Barrett
Vice Dean, School of International and Public Affairs (SIPA); Lenfest-Earth Institute Professor of Natural Resource Economics, Columbia SIPA

Scott Barrett is a leading scholar on transnational and global challenges, ranging from climate change to disease eradication. His research focuses on how institutions like customary law and treaties can be used to promote international cooperation. He has advised a number of international organizations, including the United Nations, the World Bank, the OECD, the European Commission, and the International Task Force on Global Public Goods. He was previously a lead author of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change and a member of the Academic Panel to the Department of Environment in the UK. 

Carlos Cuevas MPA ‘12
Executive Vice President, SOMOS

Carlos Cuevas is the Executive Vice President of Health Innovation at SOMOS, a network of over 2,500 diverse, community-based, solo and small-practice healthcare providers serving predominately low-income and minority communities in New York City. He and his team help SOMOS’ community-based providers transition to new, risk-based payment models where reimbursements are tied to outcomes rather than volume. Prior to joining SOMOS, Cuevas served as the Senior Policy Advisor to the New York State Medicaid Director. He has been named Health Policy Leader of the Year by the Association of Hispanic Healthcare Executives (AHHE) and was selected as part of Crain’s 2019 40 under 40. In addition to an MPA from Columbia SIPA, Cuevas holds an MPH from Columbia’s Mailman School of Public Health.

Alexander Hertel-Fernandez
Assistant Professor of International and Public Affairs, Columbia University SIPA

Alexander Hertel-Fernandez is a political scientist who studies the political economy of the United States, with an emphasis on the politics of organized interests and public policy. In recent work, Hertel-Fernandez has examined the strategies that businesses have developed to lobby across the states, the ways that wealthy individuals are intervening in politics and their effect on the U.S. political terrain. His most recent book, “Politics at Work” examines how American businesses are increasingly recruiting their workers into politics and how that practice is shaping American politics and policy. Hertel-Fernandez has a PhD in government and social policy from Harvard University.

Sarah Holloway MPA ‘03
Lecturer in the Discipline of International and Public Affairs; Director, Management Specialization; Director, Global Ed Tech Entrepreneurship Program at the Center for Development Economics & Policy, Columbia University SIPA

Sarah Holloway has worked in the public and nonprofit sector for 25 years and is a full-time member of the SIPA faculty teaching nonprofit financial management and social entrepreneurship. She also directs the school’s management specialization—a set of courses and activities that support knowledge and skill building in non-profit, for-profit and social enterprise management and oversees a campus-wide entrepreneurship initiative focused on global education technology for the Center for Development Economics & Policy. She sits on the Board of Mission: Restore, Benefit Kitchen, Visit.org, Five One Labs, CSforALL, and Columbia Entrepreneurship, Innovation and Design.

Merit E. Janow
Dean, School of International and Public Affairs; Professor of Professional Practice in International Economic Law and International Affairs, Columbia University SIPA

Merit E. Janow is an internationally recognized expert in international trade and investment, with extensive experience in academia, government, international organizations and business. Since 1995, Janow has taught graduate courses at SIPA and Columbia Law School on international trade/WTO law, comparative antitrust law, China in the global economy, international trade and investment policy, among others. She has written several books and articles and frequently speaks before business, policy, and academic audiences. Janow is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations and the Trilateral Commission and has a JD from Columbia Law School.

Lauren Kastner MPA ‘20
 

Lauren Kastner is a second-year MPA candidate at Columbia SIPA, concentrating in Energy and Environment and Management. In addition to her studies, she is a Director of Policy and Mobility for Build Edison, a cleantech advisory firm based in New York City. In 2019, Kastner served as an EDF Climate Corps Fellow supporting the Los Angeles Mayor’s Office of Sustainability on its zero-emission transportation strategy. Prior to SIPA, she was an Environmental Policy Manager for Cummins, Inc. responsible for informing the company's investment and technology strategy with emerging energy and environmental public policy trends globally. In 2017, Kastner was named to Midwest Energy News’ 40 Under 40 and GreenBiz’s 30 Under 30 list as an emerging leader in sustainable business. 

Christine Loomis GSAS ‘75
Senior Consultant, Lee Hecht Harrison

Christine Loomis is a Senior Consultant at Lee Hecht Harrison and the Founder and Principal in Loomis Associates International, LLC where she consults for individuals and companies. She has been coaching for seven years. Her background also includes related work in executive search for professionals in strategic management consulting and financial services companies. Previously, she was with a European executive search and organizational performance firm following a 25-year banking career. Loomis belongs to the International Coaching Federation and Institute of Coaching and is a graduate of the Institute of Professional Excellence in Coaching and certified to administer the Hogan Assessment to develop business leaders.

Kimberly Marten
Professor and Department Chair, Political Science, Barnard College; Deputy Director for Development at the Harriman Institute for Russian, Eurasian, and East European Studies, Columbia University

Kimberly Marten is a Professor of Political Science at Barnard College, and a faculty member of the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences (GSAS) and the School of International and Public Affairs (SIPA) at Columbia University. She is Deputy Director for Development at Columbia's Harriman Institute for Russian, Eurasian, and East European Studies, and a member of Columbia's Saltzman Institute of War and Peace Studies. Marten's current research focuses on Russian foreign and security policy including a counterfactual analysis of what would have happened if NATO hadn't expanded to include Poland and the Baltic states, and an exploration of how informal network politics encourage anti-Western nationalism. 

Patricia C. Mosser
Director, MPA Program in Economic Policy Management; Senior Research Scholar of International and Public Affairs, Columbia University SIPA

Patricia C. Mosser is Director of the MPA Program in Economic Policy Management at Columbia SIPA and leads the school’s Initiative on Central Banking and Financial Policy. Previously, Mosser was head of the Research and Analysis Center at the Office of Financial Research, U.S. Treasury Department. Mosser spent over 20 years at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York where she was a senior manager at the Fed’s open market desk overseeing market analysis, monetary policy implementation including many crisis-related facilities, foreign exchange operations, and analysis of financial stability and reform. She previously served as an economist and manager in the New York Fed Research Department and as an assistant professor in the Economics Department at Columbia University. She has written on financial stability and monetary policy topics including financial reform, crisis policy tools, and the monetary transmission mechanism.

Jefrey Pollock MPA ‘97
Founding Partner and President, Global Strategy Group

Jefrey Pollock is Founding Partner and President of Global Strategy Group (GSG). Since its inception, Pollock has helped build GSG into a premier strategic research and communications firm that the Holmes Report previously named Public Affairs Agency of the Year. Pollock was twice awarded “Pollster of the Year” (2015, 2011) by his peers in the bi-partisan American Association of Political Consultants. He has conducted issue advocacy research, brand analysis and attitudinal studies for Everytown for Gun Safety, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, and New York magazine. Pollock is on the national board of the American Association of Political Consultants and a member of the Council on Foreign Relations.

Daniel Rosen
Adjunct Professor of International and Public Affairs, Columbia University SIPA

Daniel H. Rosen is an adjunct professor at Columbia SIPA, where his graduate seminar China's New Marketplace is popular in preparation for China management careers. Rosen specializes in China's economic development and writes and speaks extensively on U.S.-China relations. He is principal of Rhodium Group (RHG), a New York-based research firm helping senior executives and directors analyze and understand commercial, economic, and policy trends in China and India. From 2000 to 2001 he served as senior adviser for international economic policy on the White House National Economic Council (NEC) and director at the National Security Council. 

David Sandalow
Inaugural Fellow, Center on Global Energy Policy; Senior Research Scholar; Co-Director, Energy and Environment Concentration, Columbia University SIPA

David Sandalow is the Inaugural Fellow at the Center on Global Energy Policy and co-Director of the Energy and Environment Concentration at the School of International and Public Affairs at Columbia University. He founded and directs the Center’s U.S.-China Program and is author of the Guide to Chinese Climate Policy. He writes and speaks widely on energy and climate policy. Sandalow has served in senior positions at the White House, State Department and U.S. Department of Energy. Prior to serving at DOE, he was a Senior Fellow at the Brookings Institution. He also served as Assistant Secretary of State for Oceans, Environment & Science and a Senior Director on the National Security Council staff. 

Andrea Vivero MPA ‘10
Senior Policy Advisor to Mauricio Rodas, former Mayor of Quito

Andrea Vivero is currently a Senior Policy Advisor for the former Mayor of Quito, Mauricio Rodas, providing policy analysis and recommendations regarding the role of cities in tackling climate change, climate-resilient infrastructure financing, localization of SDGs and city diplomacy. She previously worked as an Innovation Policy Advisor for the Mayor’s Office of Economic Development and Competitiveness where she provided policy recommendations on innovation, economic development and investments for the implementation and improvement of services delivered by the municipality. From 2010 to 2015, Vivero led a team of 50 consultants at LISC, a community development financial institution in New York City that provided technical assistance in housing policy to the municipalities most affected by the U.S. foreclosure crisis.

Justin Vogt MIA ‘07
Managing Editor, Foreign Affairs

Justin Vogt is the Managing Editor at Foreign Affairs. His work has been published by The New Yorker, Slate, The Atlantic, Newsweek, The National, and Tablet Magazine, among other outlets. Before joining Foreign Affairs, he served as the managing editor of World Policy Journal. Earlier, he worked on the editorial staff of The New Yorker, and as an associate producer on documentary films for the PBS series Frontline.

William Wechsler MPA ‘93
Director, Rafik Hariri Center and Middle East Programs, Atlantic Council

William Wechsler is the director of the Rafik Hariri Center and Middle East Programs at the Atlantic Council. His most recent position in government was Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Special Operations and Combating Terrorism. His portfolio included the Department’s policies, plans, authorities and resources related to special operations and irregular warfare, with an emphasis on counterterrorism, counterinsurgency, information operations and other sensitive operations. Previously Wechsler served as Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Counternarcotics and Global Threats. Wechsler is currently also President of the Center on Illicit Networks and Transnational Organized Crime and was previously a Senior Fellow at the Middle East Institute and a Senior Fellow at the Center for American Progress.

DONORS

2020 Class Reunion Donors as of Friday, February 14.

2015

  • Cheng Chen, MPA (HONG KONG)
  • Dan Ding, MIA (USA)
  • Sean Necdet Egeran, MPA (USA)
  • Sissi Yan Xi Goh, MPA (SINGAPORE)
  • Nancy Ruth Hannan, MIA (USA)
  • Kai-Joachim Kamrath, MPA (USA)
  • Maggie Meng-Yu Liu, MpA (USA)
  • Katherine McGehee, MIA (USA)
  • Asia Marie McLaughlin, MIA (USA)
  • Rebecca Miller, MPA (USA)
  • Jasmin Ines Rivera, MPA (USA)
  • Kathleen Roh, EMPA (USA)
  • Seth Rosenberg, EMPA (USA)
  • Clayton Shedd, EMPA (USA)
  • Eric Nathan Shrago, MPA (USA)
  • Michael Joshua Stecher, MIA (USA)
  • Royce Otto Sun, MiA (USA)
  • Dongyue Zou, MPA (USA)

2010

  • Jason S. Alcorn, MIA (USA)
  • Karin Christina Bennett, MIA (USA)
  • Ryan Foster Heath, EMPA (USA)
  • John Hughes, MIA (USA)
  • Evelyn Hutter, MIA (USA)
  • Hahna Bosun Kim, MIA (USA)
  • Stephanie M. Lee, MIA (USA)
  • Connie Tooker Nunez, MIA (USA)
  • Emin Yigit Onat, MIA (USA)
  • Gerri Rachelle Pozez, MIA (USA)
  • Yasuhiro Sasayama, MIA (JAPAN)
  • Suzanne Shanahan, EMPA (USA)
  • Michael David Sieburg, MIA (USA)
  • Brett Nicholas Simon, MIA (USA)
  • Dario Enrique Vilchez, MIA (USA)

2005

  • Maryam Abolfazli, MPA (USA)
  • Toni Sharisse Allen, EMPA (USA)
  • Matthias Georg Baumberger, MIA (SWITZERLAND)
  • Kenton H. Beerman, MIA (USA)
  • Eric David Cantor MIA (USA)
  • Lenia Chaves, EMPA (USA)
  • Jennifer Collins, MPA (USA)
  • Alexander Patrick Conrad Fernando, MIA (USA)
  • Joshua Andres Gatmaitan, MPA (USA)
  • Songhee Ghim, MIA (SINGAPORE)
  • Janet Horan, EMPA (USA)
  • Claire Husson-Citanna, MPA (USA)
  • Alice E. Liddell, MPA (USA)
  • Patricia Jean McCall, MPA (UNITED KINGDOM)
  • Diana E. Rheault, MPA (USA)
  • Jonathan Teyan, MPA (USA)
  • Cara Jane Valentini, MPA (USA)
  • Sosuke Yokota, MPA (SINGAPORE)
  • Feng Zhao, MPA (USA)

2000

  • Suzana Bacvanovic, MIA (USA)
  • Kenneth Herbert Blackman, MIA (USA)
  • Darko Bosnjak, MIA (USA)
  • Christopher Noel Clausen, MIA (USA)
  • Katarina Deletis, MIA (USA)
  • Rick Faery, MIA (USA)
  • Sunil Kumar Gupta, MIA (USA)
  • Joshua Hepola, MIA (USA)
  • Benjamin Aaron Marchette, MIA (USA)
  • Eugenia McGill, MIA (USA)
  • Onuwabhagbe Abbey Omokhodion, MIA (USA)
  • Timothy Edmund O'Regan, MIA (USA)
  • Lisa Babette Perlmutter, MIA (USA)
  • Jason Warren Rekate, MIA (USA)
  • Jose Luis Rojas Villarreal, MIA (USA)
  • Nathalie E. Roth, MIA (USA)
  • Monica A. Thakrar, MIA (USA)
  • Rebecca VanLandingham Waught, MIA (USA)
  • Gregory Todd Hutton, MIA (USA)

1995

  • Kerry Ann Armstrong, MPA (USA)
  • Julie Chayet, MPA (USA)
  • Andrian Roman Dacy MIA (UK)
  • Mark Christopher Easton, MIA (USA)
  • Hugh Corning Fraser, MPA (USA)
  • M. Guadalupe Granda, MIA (USA)
  • Dara Stacey Jaffee, MPA (USA)
  • Monish Kumar MIA (USA)
  • Angie Ma, MIA (HONG KONG)
  • Amanda Gilbert Marsted, MIA (USA)
  • Harlan Ira Miller, MIA (USA)
  • Mary O'Donnell Hulme, MIA (USA)
  • Mark O'Keefe, MIA (USA)
  • Ms. Mieko Tachikawa, MIA (USA)
  • Mr. Renhong Wu, MIA (USA)
  • Nan Yang, MIA (USA)
  •  

1990

  • William Andrew Bodenlos, MIA (USA)
  • Carolyn B. Boldiston, MPA (USA)
  • Pamela Hawkins Casaudoumecq, MIA (USA)
  • Natalie Greenan Coburn, MIA (USA)
  • Maya Crone, Esq. MPA (USA)
  • Gary Di Gesu, MIA (USA)
  • Richard K. Golb, MIA (USA)
  • Jill M. Grillo, MIA (USA)
  • Andrea Johnson, MIA (USA)
  • Ellen Hope Polansky, MPA (USA)
  • Deborah Hannon Rosenblum, MIA (USA)
  • John Christopher Traylor (USA)
  • Frederic Vagnini, MIA (USA)
  • Efrot Weiss, MIA (USA)
  • Julio Zamora, MIA (USA)

1985

  • Delalle Alexander, MIA (USA) 
  • Sally Baek, MPA (USA)
  • Roger R. Baumann, MIA (USA)
  • Lisa Maria Coleman, MIA (USA) 
  • Jay Douglas Dean, Esq., MIA (USA)
  • Christopher J. Falco, MIA (USA)
  • Michael H. Hodges, MIA (USA)
  • Walter E. Judge, Jr., MIA (USA)
  • Richard Mei, Jr., MIA (USA)
  • Thomas Monahan, MIA (USA)
  • Timothy O'Shea, MIA (USA)
  • Donald L. Samuels, Esq., MIA (USA)
  • Clark Wagner, IF (USA)

 

1980

  • David C. Chaffetz, MIA (FRACE)
  • Joseph J. Collins, MIA (USA)
  • Richard B. Jones, MIA (USA)
  • Elisa A. Kapell., MIA (USA)
  • Sherri G. Lawless, Ph.D., MPA (USA)
  • Dr. Harpreet Mahajan, Certificate (USA)
  • Gary M. McGillicuddy, MIA (USA)
  • David W. Munves, MIA (USA)
  • Gary J. Reardon, MPA (USA)
  • Mark A. Ruben, M.D., MPA (USA)
  • Lynn A. Seirup, MIA (USA)
  • Marc J. Sievers, MIA (USA)
  • Sally J. Staley, MIA (USA)
  • Joseph L. Vidich, MIA (USA)
  • Sarah Walbert, MIA (USA)
  • Marguerite Tabor Yates, IF (FRANCE)

1975

  • Glenn L. Colville, MIA (USA)
  • Sari J. Ellovich, MIA (USA)
  • Robert S. Faron, Esq., IF (USA)
  • Peter L. Harnik, MIA (USA)
  • David A. G. Johnson, Jr., MIA (USA)
  • Jan Solomon, Certificate (USA)

1970

  • Robert S. Critchell, III, MIA (USA)
  • Kenneth Erickson, Certificate (USA)
  • Joseph G. Gavin, III, MIA (USA)
  • Patricia C. Gloster-Coates, MIA (USA)
  • Nadine Netter Levy, MIA (USA)
  • Judyt L. Mandel, MIA (USA)
  • Michael G. Martinson, MIA (USA)
  • Anthony R. Saccomano, MIA (USA)
  • David M. Schilling, IF (USA)

1965

  • Roger E. Bunker, MIA (USA)
  • Martin A. Charwat, Certificate (USA)
  • Dr. R. Anthony Elson, MIA (USA)
  • Richard W. Hull, Certificate (USA)
  • Charles F. MacCormack, MIA (USA)
  • Russell E. Richey, IF (USA)
  • Ernst J. Schrader, MIA (USA)
  • Prof. Nancy Leys Stepan (USA)
  • John C. Weber, D.D.S., M.D., IF (USA)

1960

  • Donna C. Wonnacott, Certificate (USA)