Former Ambassador to the United Nations
At Scarsdale High School, Richard Holbrooke was an active member of the Forum, debating world issues. That same interest took him to Brown University and then, after graduating with a BA in 1962, into the U.S. Foreign Service. There he was assigned to Vietnam where he served as the staff assistant to Maxwell Taylor and Henry Cabot Lodge. In 1966 he returned to the U.S. where he was on the White House Vietnam staff of President Lyndon Johnson, was the junior member of the American delegation to the Paris peace talks, and wrote one volume of the Pentagon Papers.Read more
Former Senator from Pennsylvania
As a young student at Scarsdale High School, Wofford founded the Student Federalists, an organization dedicated to world peace. He graduated from the University of Chicago and attended law school at Yale and Howard University. After graduation, he served in the U.S.Army Air Force and then as an attorney for the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights.Read more
Author, commentator, ethicist, activist.
Her quote in Bandersnatch gives more than a hint of Leslie in the future. It begins, “To have a reason to get up in the morning, it is necessary to possess a guiding principle.” Today she is one of leading thinkers in Australia with a regular stint on ABC Sydney and Brisbane. She is a Senior Lecturer at the Monash Institute of Health Services and an energetic writer of opinion pieces on feminist concerns as they affect the issue of the day