Bill Abbott '84 - President and CEO of Crown Media Family Networks (Hallmark Channel and Hallmark Movie Channel)
David P. Anderson ’51- Sports columnist, The New York Times; winner of a Pulitzer Prize in 1981
Karen Baldwin ’85 - Partner and senior executive vice president of Creative Affairs, Baldwin Entertainment Group; Producer of the films "Mystery, Alaska," "Ray," "Sahara," "A Sound of Thunder," "The Game of Their Lives"
Erika Bearman ’03 - Former senior vice president for global communications, Oscar de la Renta; currently consultant to the firm (communications and branding)
Mary G. Berner ’81 - President and chief executive officer of Cumulus Media Inc.
Hon. Timothy H. Bishop ’72 - Former member of the U.S. House of Representatives, Democrat from New York
Leigh Anne Brodsky ’80 - Managing Director of Peanuts Worldwide
Hon. Robert Casey ’82 - Member of the U.S. Senate, Democrat from Pennsylvania
Joseph A. Califano Jr. ’52 - Founder and chairman, The National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse; former U.S. Secretary of Health, Education and Welfare
Rabbi Norman M. Cohen ’72 - Rabbi, Bet Shalom Congregation, Minnetonka, Minn.
Billy Collins ’63 - Former Poet Laureate, consultant in poetry to the Library of Congress (2001-2003)
Jim Collins ’87, biomedical engineer at Boston University
Shawn Feddeman Cronin ’95 - Vice president of communications for NBCUniversal owned television stations
Matt Chmura '03 - Vice president of marketing and communications at Boston Bruins
Robert J. Cousy ’50 - Basketball legend and NBA Hall of Famer; led the Boston Celtics to an unprecedented five straight NBA titles
Michael Daniels ’76 - Retired senior vice president and group executive, IBM Global Technology Services
Mark DeSaulnier '74, Member of U.S. House of Representatives, Democrat from California
Ann Dowd ’78, actress
Anthony Fauci, M.D., ’62, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases
Jon Favreau '03 - Former chief speechwriter for President Obama
Anne Schiffmann Fink ’85 P17 - President of PepsiCo Global Foodservice
Stanley E. Grayson ’72 - Former vice chairman and chief operating officer, M.R. Beal and Company, New York
Julie A. Halpin ’84 - Founder and CEO, The Geppetto Group, advertising company specializing in products for children
Thomas W. Heinsohn ’56 - Former Boston Celtics player and coach; NBA Hall of Famer
John J. “Jack” Higgins ’76 - Editorial cartoonist for theChicago Sun-Times; winner of a Pulitzer Prize in 1989
Mark G. Holowesko ’82 - Chief executive officer, chief investment officer and director of Holowesko Partners Ltd. (previously Templeton Capital Advisors Ltd.)
Peter Jankowski ’86, producer, "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit," "Chicago Fire," "Chicago Justice," "Chicago Med," "Chicago P.D."; president and chief operating officer of Wolf Films
Molly Taylor Jolly ’88 – Senior vice president of finance and administration for the Los Angeles Angels
Edward P. Jones ’72, Pulitzer Prize winning author
Susan Jurevics ’89, CEO at J.K. Rowling's Pottermore
Brian Kelley '83, partner at Lindsay Goldberg, a private investment firm
Capt. Thomas G. Kelley, USN (Ret.) '60 - Recipient of the Congressional Medal of Honor
Capt. Joseph P. Kerwin, M.D., USN (Ret.) ’53 - First medical doctor in space; director emeritus at National Space Biomedical Research Institute
Paul O. LeClerc ’63 - Former president and chief executive officer, New York Public Library
Edward J. Ludwig '73 - Former chairman of the board and chief executive officer, Becton, Dickinson and Company (global medical technology company)
Victor Luis ’88 - Chief executive officer at Coach
Burke Magnus '88, executive vice president of programming and scheduling at ESPN
Chris Matthews ’67, host of "Hardball"
William J. McDonough ’56 - Retired president of the New York Federal Reserve; former president of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York; former chairman of the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board
Michael Robert McNulty '69, Member of U.S. House of Representatives, Democrat from New York
Joseph E. Murray, M.D. ’40 - (1919-2012) - Nobel laureate 1990 for the first successful kidney transplant
Kevin O’Connor ’90, host, "This Old House" and "Ask This Old House;" co-host of DIY Network’s "This New House;" author of "The Best Homes from This Old House"
Joyce O’Shaughnessy ’78, oncologist
J.D. “Dave” Power III ’53, founder of J.D. Power and Associates
Carolyn Risoli ’86 - Former president, Marc by Marc Jacobs; currently fashion industry consultant
Daniel E. Shaughnessy ’75 - Sports columnist, The Boston Globe; author of "The Curse of the Bambino"
Bartlett Sher ’81, Tony Award winning theater director
Mark Shriver ’86, senior vice president of strategic initiatives for Save the Children Action Network
William J. “Bill” Simmons III ’92 - sports columnist, host of HBO's "Any Given Wednesday," and founder of The Ringer, a sports and culture website
James M. Speltz '97 - former president and CEO of Brookstone Inc.
K.C. Sullivan ’00 (Kevin) - President and managing director of CNBC International at NBCUniversal, Inc.
Clarence Thomas ’71, Supreme Court justice
Photograph by Steve Petteway, Collection of the Supreme Court of the United States
Amb. Harry K. Thomas Jr. ’78 - U.S. Ambassador to the Republic of Zimbabwe
Bernard Trainor '51 - Retired Marine lieutenant general who served in Korea and Vietnam; military analyst for NBC
Theodore V. Wells Jr. ’72 - Partner and co-chair of Litigation, Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison, New York
Hon. Peter Welch ’69 - Member of U.S. House of Representatives, Democrat from Vermont
Robert C. Wright ’65 - co-founder, Autism Speaks; retired vice chairman of General Electric and former chief executive officer, NBC Universal, Inc.