Alumni in the News


October 2018

Rex Adebanjo ('00)

 

Rex Adebanjo, Nigerian presidential candidate, is interviewed in the run-up to the 2019 election.

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Jina L. Choi  (’95)

 

Jina Choi, San Francisco Regional Director of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, is highlighted for leading many of Silicon Valley’s largest tech investigations.

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Christopher Falkenberg  (’99)

Christopher Falkenberg, President of Insite Risk Management and former Secret Service officer, explains that more clients are seeking the services of private security firms in the wake of recent mail bomb attacks.

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J. Michael Luttig  (’85)

 

Christopher Falkenberg, President of Insite Risk Management and former Secret Service officer, explains that more clients are seeking the services of private security firms in the wake of recent mail bomb attacks.

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Ebele A. Okobi (’98)

 

Ebele Okobi, Facebook’s Public Policy Director for Africa, speaks out about the death of her brother by California police to raise awareness about police brutality

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Jerome H. Powell (’81)

 

Jay Powell, Federal Reserve Chairman, quietly builds support on Capitol Hill to protect the central bank’s independence.

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Noah Solowiejczyk  (’10)

 

Noah Solowiejczyk, Assistant U.S. Attorney in the Southern District of New York, prosecuted college basketball recruiting insiders who were convicted of illegally channeling secret payments to recruits.

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Rachel Steinback (’08)

 

Attorney Rachel Steinback represents undocumented immigrants striking against poor conditions in private prisons that have become default detention centers.

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Matteo Tonello (’98)

 

Matteo Tonello, Managing Director at The Conference Board, Inc., co-authors a report finding women at only 5% of top CEO jobs in 2017.

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