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President's Commission on White House Fellowships

US GOVERNMENT OFFICE

The members of the President's Commission on White House Fellowships are responsible for recommending a group of exceptional men and women to the President for selection as White House Fellows.

Official Website:
http://www.whitehouse.gov/about/fellows/commission

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Michael Beschloss
Historian
30-Nov-1955   The Conquerors
Myrna Blyth
Author
c. 1939   Editor-in-Chief, Ladies' Home Journal
James E. Bostic, Jr.
Business
c. 1947   EVP at Georgia Pacific, 2001-05
Ari Bousbib
Business
c. 1962   President of Otis Elevator
Tom Brokaw
Journalist
6-Feb-1940   Former anchor, NBC Nightly News
José A. Cabranes
Judge
22-Dec-1940   2nd Circuit Court of Appeals
Wesley Clark
Military
23-Dec-1944   Supreme Allied Commander, 1997-2000
Deirdre P. Connelly
Business
c. 1961   President of US Operations, Eli Lilly
Tom Daschle
Politician
9-Dec-1947   US Senator from South Dakota, 1987-2005
Ronald R. Davenport
Business
c. 1936   Sheridan Broadcasting Corporation
Midge Decter
Journalist
25-Jul-1927   Neoconservative maven
Donald Devine
Government
c. 1937   Director, Office of Personnel Management, 1981-85
Nelson A. Diaz
Judge
c. 1947   Of Counsel, Cozen O'Connor
Archie W. Dunham
Business
1938   CEO of Conoco, 1996-2002
Edwin Feulner
Activist
12-Aug-1941   Heritage Foundation founder
John W. Gardner
Administrator
8-Oct-1912 16-Feb-2002 Founder of Common Cause
Vartan Gregorian
Educator
8-Apr-1934   President of Carnegie Corporation
Steven Gunderson
Politician
10-May-1951   Congressman from Wisconsin, 1981-97
Constance J. Horner
Government
24-Feb-1942   Former Civil Rights Commissioner
Nancy Kassebaum
Politician
29-Jul-1932   US Senator from Kansas, 1979-97
Irving Kristol
Columnist
22-Jan-1920 18-Sep-2009 Influential neocon
Sammy Lee
Diver
1-Aug-1920   Olympic diver
Tom Leppert
Politician
22-Mar-1955   Mayor of Dallas
Maya Lin
Artist
5-Oct-1959   Designed Vietnam Veterans Memorial
John A. Love
Politician
29-Nov-1916 21-Jan-2002 Governor of Colorado, 1963-73
James Thomas Lynn
Government
27-Feb-1927 6-Dec-2010 US HUD Secretary, 1973-75
William McGurn
Government
4-Dec-1958   Chief speechwriter for Bush, 2005-08
Dana G. Mead
Business
1936   Chairman of MIT Corporation
Rita Moreno
Actor
11-Dec-1931   West Side Story, Electric Company
Edwin Moses
Track and Field
31-Aug-1955   Olympic hurdler
George Muñoz
Business
1951   CEO of OPIC, 1997-2001
Lloyd W. Newton
Military
26-Jun-1942   USAF General
Pierre M. Omidyar
Business
21-Jun-1967   Founder of eBay
Roger B. Porter
Educator
19-Jun-1946   Professor, Kennedy School of Government
George E. Reedy
Government
5-Aug-1917 21-Mar-1999 LBJ's press secretary
Sally Ride
Astronaut
26-May-1951   First American woman in space
William L. Roper
Government
c. 1948   Director, Centers for Disease Control, 1990-93
Paul Sarbanes
Politician
3-Feb-1933   US Senator from Maryland, 1977-2007
Ruth J. Simmons
Educator
3-Jul-1945   President, Brown University
Mary Steenburgen
Actor
8-Feb-1953   Goin' South
James Stockdale
Military
23-Dec-1923 5-Jul-2005 H. Ross Perot's would-be Vice President
Robert S. Strauss
Diplomat
19-Oct-1918   US Ambassador to Russia, 1991-92
Deanell Reece Tacha
Judge
26-Jan-1946   10th Circuit Court of Appeals
Laurence Tribe
Attorney
10-Oct-1941   Harvard Law Professor
Amy Tuck
Politician
8-Jul-1963   Lt. Governor of Mississippi
Margaret Bush Wilson
Activist
30-Jan-1919 11-Aug-2009 NAACP Chairman, 1975-83
William Julius Wilson
Sociologist
20-Dec-1935   Poverty in America's inner cities


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