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Humanitarianism and Public Service

Sarah Anthony ’84 – deputy director, Fair Trial Initiative

Suzanne Cambria ’82 – deputy director, DC Action for Children

Erik Cliette ’84 – director, Harlem Hospital Injury Prevention Program; board member, Upper Manhattan Empowerment Zone; president, National Jack and Jill of America Foundation board; Xanthos Prize for Outstanding Service in the Community, Columbia University

Albert J. Fox M.D. ’89 – ENT and facial plastic surgeon; Face to Face volunteer (surgical correction of facial birth defects or defects and deformities due to trauma or war); Face to Face Domestic Violence Project volunteer (care for those with injuries due to domestic violence); Bristol (Mass.) South District Medical Society Community Clinician of the Year Award

Blanche Savin Goldenberg ’70 – chair and trustee, The Jewish Community Foundation of Greater Hartford; chair, The Hartford Foundation for Public Giving; life community trustee, Jewish Federation of Greater Hartford; board chair and trustee, The Loomis Chaffee School

Christopher Hamblett ’79 – co-founder, The Foundation for West Africa

Chris Hedges ’75 – 2002 Amnesty International Global Award for Human Rights Journalism; 2002 Pulitzer Prize for team coverage of global terrorism;  senior fellow at The Nation Institute, New York City; Anschutz Distinguished Fellow, Princeton University; Middle East Bureau Chief, The New York Times; correspondent, National Public Radio; author, War is a Force That Gives Us Meaning, What Every Person Should Know About War

Shannon Leary Knall ’89 – advocacy chair, Autism Speaks (Connecticut chapter)

Lewis H. Knickerbocker ’54 – founder of Directed Research, Inc., a corporation partnered globally with Agricultural Information Services to research non-crop pesticide use

Faith Model ’93 – archeologist dedicated to establishing sustainable development in central Africa through the NGO Lulu Works/Medics and the Lalob Livelihoods Programme

Heather Moran ’92 – manager, Global Fund project to create a sustainable system for malaria prevention, East Timor

John Olds ’23 (dec.) – revered Newfoundland physician; advocate for and practitioner of care for the poor

Richard L. Ottinger ’46 – founding staff member, U.S. Peace Corps; representative, U.S. Congress (chair, Energy Conservation and Power Subcommittee of the Energy and Commerce Committee); dean and dean emeritus, Pace University School of Law

Andrea Wenner ’96 – founder and executive director, Out2Play (non profit that builds playgrounds at New York City schools in low-income areas)

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