Boston College Alumi
a sampling of notable alumni
Arts & Communication
Brian Anderson (BA '83, MA '89), senior editor, City Journal, Manhattan Institute
Brendan J. Galvin (BS '60), poet
John H. Griffin, Jr. (BA '82), former president and CEO, Time, Inc.; former publisher, Parade magazine
Elisabeth Hasselbeck (BA '99), Fox News “Fox & Friends”; former co-host, ABC's "The View”
Chuck Hogan (BA '89), author
Clinton Kelly (BA '91), co-host “The Chew,” ABC; former co-host, "What Not to Wear," TLC
Mike Lupica (BA '74), author; columnist, New York Daily News; host, “The Mike Lupica Show,” ESPN NY
Javier Maynulet (BS '96), CFO, Telemundo Media
Tom McCarthy (BA '88), filmmaker and actor
John McLaughlin (MA '61), executive producer and host, "The McLaughlin Group"
Chris O'Donnell (BS '92), film and television actor; star of CBS’s “NCIS: Los Angeles”
Amy Poehler (BA '93), actor, comedian; star of NBC’s “Parks and Recreation”; former cast member, "Saturday Night Live"
Luke Russert (BA '08), correspondent, NBC News
Herb Scannell (BA '79), CEO/president, BBC Worldwide America
Joe Tessitore (BS '93), sports broadcaster, ESPN
Lesley Visser (BA '75), sports broadcaster, CBS
Tracey Wigfield (BA ‘05) television writer (“The Mindy Project”; “30 Rock”)
Doug Flutie (BA '85), Heisman Trophy winner; formerly NFL; television football analyst
Jared Dudley (BA ’07), NBA, Los Angeles Clippers
Laura Georges (BS '07), French National Soccer Team
Brian Gionta (BA '01), NHL, Buffalo Sabres
Matt Hasselbeck (BS '97), NFL, Indianapolis Colts
Mathias Kiwanuka (BA '05), NFL, New York Giants
John Mara (BS '76), president and CEO, NFL, New York Giants
Joe Martinez (BS ’05), MLB, Los Angeles Angels
Matt Ryan (BA '07), 2008 1st-round NFL draft pick, Atlanta Falcons (QB); 2008 NFL 'Rookie of the Year'
Kelli Stack (BA ‘11), US women’s national ice hockey team; two-time Olympic silver medalist
Molly Schaus (BA ‘11), US women’s national ice hockey team; two-time Olympic silver medalist
Erik Weihenmayer (BA '91), blind mountain climber; has scaled world's "Seven Summits"
Jerry York (BS '67), hockey coach, Boston College, 2001, 2008, 2010, 2012 NCAA Champions
Business & Industry
Nikesh Arora (MS '95), senior vice president, Google
Kevin Allocca (BA '06), trends manager, YouTube
James R. Boyle (BS '82), CEO/president, John Hancock Financial Services
Cindi Bigelow (BS '82), CEO/president, R.C. Bigelow, Inc.
Wayne A. Budd (BA '63), former exec. vice president, John Hancock Financial Services, Inc. (see also law)
John M. Connors, Jr. (BS '63), founding partner, chair emeritus, Hill, Holliday, Connors, Cosmopulos, Inc.
Robert F. Cotter (BA '73), former president & COO, Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide
Kathleen Fruin Corbet (BS '82), former president, Standard & Poor's; founder & principal, Cross Ridge Capital, LLC
Victor Crawford (BS '83), former sr. VP, Global Operations & System Transformation, Pepsi-Cola
Cynthia Egan (BA '78), CEO/president, T. Rowe Price
Thomas J. Galligan III (BS '66), exec. chairman, Papa Gino’s Holding Corp. (ret. president and CEO)
Susan McManama Gianinno (BA '70), chair and CEO, Publicis USA
Mary J. Steele Guilfoile (BS '76), chair/executive vice president, MG Advisors, Inc.
Joseph (Jay) Hooley (BS '79), chair, preisident & CEO, State Street Corp.
Rodney M. Jackson (BA '68, MA '73), president and CEO, The National Center for Black Philanthropy, Inc.
Ronald E. Logue (BS '67, MBA '74), retired chairman and CEO, State Street Corp.
Peter S. Lynch (BS '65), vice chairman, Fidelity Management and Research Co.
Denise Morrison (BS '75), president and CEO, Campbell Soup Co.
Michael E. Murphy (BSBA '58), former CEO, Trimedia (Internat.l) AG; former CEO, Grayling (merger)
Steve Pemberton (BA '89), divisional vice president and chief diversity officer, Walgreen Co.
Navyn Salem (BA '94), founder and executive director of Edesia Global Nutrition Solutions
Laura Sen (BA '78), president and CEO, BJ's Wholesale Club
Philip W. Schiller (BS '82) senior vice president, worldwide marketing, Apple, Inc.
Patrick T. Stokes (BS '64), chaiman, Anheuser-Busch Companies, Inc. (retired)
Michael White (BA ‘74), chairman & CEO, DirecTV
Education & Religion
Harold Attridge (BA '67), former dean, Yale U. Divinity School (ret.); now Sterling Professor of Divinity
Timothy Broglio (BA '73), archbishop; former papal representative to the Dominican Republic and Puerto Rico; now archbishop for the US military services
Anthony S. Bryk (BS '70), president, Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching
Richard Cardinal Cushing (ex '17), former archbishop of Boston (deceased)
Peter Dervan (BS '67), National Medal of Science recipient, Bren Professor of Chemistry at the California Institute of Technology
Janet Eisner, SND (MA '69), president, Emmanuel College
Gregory Hartmayer, OFM (MEd '92), bishop, Savannah, Georgia
Antoinette M. Hays (BS '74), president, Regis College
Timothy R. Lannon, SJ, (MDiv. ‘86), president, Creighton University
Brian Linnane, SJ (BA '77), president, Loyola University Maryland
Julianne Malveaux (BA '74, MA '76), former president, Bennett College for Women
Joseph McShane, SJ (MA '72), president, Fordham University
J. Keith Motley (PhD.'99), chancellor, University of Massachusetts Boston
Gerasimos Michaleas (MA' 86, PhD '93), metropolitan bishop, Greek Orthodox Metropolis of San Francisco
Law & Public Service
Paul Altidor (BA '95), Haiti's ambassador to the United States
Timothy Broas (BA ‘76), US Ambassador to the Netherlands
Scott P. Brown (JD '85), former US Senator (MA)
Wayne A. Budd (BA '63), former US Associate Attorney General (see also Business)
R. Nicholas Burns (BA '78), former US Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs
Michael E. Capuano (JD '77), US congressman (MA)
Ken Hackett (BS '68), former executive director, Catholic Relief Services; US Ambassador to the Vatican
Jennie Chin Hansen (BS '70), past president AARP, CEO American Geriatrics Society
John F. Kerry (JD '76), US Secretary of State; former US senator (MA)
Stephen F. Lynch (JD '91), US Congressman (MA)
Edward J. Markey (BA '68, JD '72), US Senator (MA), former US congressman (MA)
Dannell P. Malloy (BA '77, JD '80), governor of Connecticut
Thomas P. O'Neill, Jr. (BA '36), former speaker of the US House of Representatives (deceased)
Kathleen M. O'Toole (BA '76), former Boston Police Commissioner; Chief Inspector, Garda Síochána Inspectorate (Dublin, Ireland)
Michael Rawlings (BA '76), mayor, Dallas, Texas
Robert C. Scott (JD '73), US Congressman (VA)
Martin J. Walsh (WCAS '09), mayor, City of Boston
Setti D. Warren (BA ’93), mayor, Newton, Mass.