Ron DeSantis living

46th US governor of Florida since 2019, lawyer, attorney, Republican politician, U.S. House of Representatives from 2013-2018
1978- (44)

Jake Sullivan living

US National Security Advisor to President Biden, political advisor, political strategist, politics, Democratic Party politician
1976- (46)

John Avlon living

Journalist, political commentator, politics, news anchor at CNN, editor-in-chief at the Daily Beast, author of Washington's Farewell, Wingnuts, Lincoln and the Fight for Peace, Independent Nation, owns a former Astor family duplex in New York City
1973- (49)

Kimberly Kagan living

Military war historian, researcher, founder of the Institute for the Study of War
1972- (50)

Antonio Weiss living

Banker, financier, head of global investments at Lazard
1966- (56)

Buddy Fletcher living

Founder, chairman and CEO of Fletcher Asset Management, founder of the Fletcher Foundation, formerly at Bear Stearns, Kidder Peabody
1965- (57)

Camille Paglia living

Social critic, academic, professor at the University of the Arts since 1984, feminist, feminism activist
1947- (75)

George W. Bush, Jr. living

Politician, 43rd President of the United States from 2001-2009
1946- (76)

Gene Siskel

TV presenter, movie critic, famous for Siskel & Ebert
1946-1999 (53)

Douglas A. Warner III living

Chairman of J.P. Morgan & Co. from 1995-2000, previously at Morgan Guaranty Trust Company
1946- (76)

Sir Andrew Crockett

General Manager of the Bank for International Settlements (BIS) from 1994-2003, executive director at the Bank of England, formerly a member of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) from 1972-1989
1943-2012 (69)

Paul Bremer living

Politician, diplomat
1941- (81)

Wilbur Ross living

Lobbyist, former billionaire, investment banker at WL Ross & Co., US Secretary of Commerce from 2017-2021, financier for Donald Trump and Resorts International, Rothschild & Co., sold WL Ross & Co. to Invesco for $275 million in 2006
1937- (85)

Carla Anderson Hills living

US Trade Representative, lawyer, co-founder of Munger, Tolles, Hills & Rickershauser, politician, lobbyist, co-chair of Inter-American Dialogue, diplomat, US Secretary of Housing and Urban Development
1934- (88)

Samuel P. Huntington

American historian, academic scholar, advisor, professor, political scientist, author of political theory "The Clash of Civilizations", director of the Harvard Center of International Affairs, linked to PW Botha in the Apartheid of South Africa, coined the term the "Davos Men"
1927-2008 (81)

Maurice R. Greenberg living

Billionaire, financier, chairman of The Starr Foundation, former chairman and CEO of American International Group (AIG), Starr Insurance Companies, vice-chairman of the Council on Foreign Relations
1925- (97)

McGeorge Bundy

U.S. National Security Advisor to JFK and LBJ
1919-1996 (77)

Joseph Payne Brennan

Acquisitions Assistant at the Sterling Memorial Library of Yale University, novelist, horror fiction writer, poet
1918-1990 (72)

José M.R. Delgado

Neuroscientist, researcher known for the stimoceiver chip, professor of neurophysiology, pioneer in mind control with electrical stimulation of the brain, author of Physical Control of The Mind in 1970
1915-2011 (96)

J. Howard Marshall

Billionaire oil tycoon, business executive, lawyer, academic, entrepreneur, co-founder and 16% stakeholder of Koch Industries
1905-1995 (90)

John F. Enders

Biomedical scientist, virologist, microbiologist, pioneer in physiology and medicine, known as the father of modern vaccines
1897-1985 (88)

Prescott Bush living

US senator, politician, general partner at Brown Brothers Harriman, investment banker, VP and general partner at UBC (Union Banking Corporation), financier of Georgian Manganese Mining, Tesla's patents, director at Consolidated Silesian Steel Company (CSSC)
1895- (127)

William E. Boeing

Aviator, founder of The Boeing Company in 1916
1881-1956 (75)

J. Willard Gibbs

Scientist, chemist, theoretical physicist, inventor, co-discovery of thermodynamics
1839-1903 (64)

Daniel Coit Gilman

Educator, pioneer in postgraduate education, academic, co-founder of Sheffield Scientic School at Yale College, Skull & Bones Society at Yale, 2nd president of UC Berkeley, founding president of Johns Hopkins University (Baltimore), Carnegie Institution (Foundation)
1831-1908 (77)

William Huntington Russell

Businessman, co-founder of Yale's secret society Order of the Skull and Bones under the innocuous name of Russell Trust Association
1809-1885 (76)

Josiah Willard Gibbs

Linguist, theologian, father of Willard Gibbs, professor at Yale
1790-1861 (71)

Noah Webster

Lexicographer, grammar teacher, lecturer, creator of American Spelling Book in 1783, A Compendious Dictionary of the English Language in 1806, and then the Websters dictionary in 1828, journalist, essayist on the Constitutional Convention, lobbyist
1758-1843 (85)

William Stewart Halsted

Surgeon, professor of surgery at Johns Hopkins, baseball athlete

Richard A. Rothschild

Director of Litigation at the Western Center on Law & Poverty, patents holder for COVID tests

William Howard Taft

27th President of United States

William Henry Welch

medicine, professor, Skull and Bones

Seyla Benhabib

Senior research scholar, adjunct professor of law at Columbia Law School

Stephen S. Roach

Economist, author of Unbalanced, former chairman of Morgan Stanley Asia

Ted Blair

Lawyer, attorney, Skull and Bones

Wendi Deng Murdoch

Movie producer, film producer aka Wendi Deng (Wendy Deng), media mogul, entrepreneur, investor, art collector of Chinese contemporary artworks, wife of Rupert Murdoch

Tony Forstmann

Financier, merchant banker, hedge fund manager, founding partner of Forstmann-Leff & Associates, one of the first hedge funds in the USA, founder of Forstmann Little, Forstmann and Co

Teddy Forstmann

Billionaire financier, co-founder of Forstmann Little & Company, CEO of IMG Entertainment

Timothy Dwight

President at Yale University, dean, educator

James Stillman Rockefeller

Olympic rowing athlete, President of Citigroup

Andrew D. White

Founding president of Cornell University

Ashton B. Carter

Politician, professor

Benjamin Silliman


Charles Spofford

Lawyer, attorney, NATO, Skull and Bones

Eli Whitney

Inventor of the cotton gin, during the economy of the Antebellum South

Ellen Bronfman Hauptman

Venture capitalist, investment banker, co-chair of Andell Inc., former sports team owner Chicago Fire FC from 2007-2019, co-founder of The Hauptman Family Foundation, The Charles Bronfman Prize

Gill Walt

Epidemiologist, co-author of Making Health Policy

Guillermo Ortiz Martínez

Chairman of Per Jacobsson Foundation, partner at BTG Pactual, chairman at Grupo Financiero Banorte-IXE in 2015, governor of Banco de México from 1998-2009, director of the Bank for International Settlements (BIS) in 2009, treasurer for the Group of Thirty

Harvey Cushing

Neurosurgeon, founder of neurosurgery

Ralph Keeling

Professor at Scripps Institution of Oceanography, inventor of the inferometer measuring atmospheric oxygen, author of Gruesome Harvest

John C. Calhoun

Statesman, politician, US secretary of the War of 1812, VP of the United States from 1825-1832

John M. Schiff

Investment banker, grandson of Jacob Schiff, US Federal Reserve, Kuhn, Loeb & Co.

Kent Buse

Epidemiologist, co-author of Making Health Policy

Samuel Morse

Portrait painter, geographer, inventor of Morse code in 1844, a useful transmission over telegraph

Naomi Wolf

Author of The Beauty Myth, Outrages, The End of America, feminist writer, journalist, feminism

Nicholas Mays

Epidemiologist, co-author of Making Health Policy

Nick Rockefeller

Financier, co-founder of Global Agora, co-author of Economic Strategy and National Security

Paul Kennedy

Author of the Rise and Fall of the Great Powers, senior fellow at the Royal Society

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