Discover the notable alumni of George Washington University. The list includes people like Elizabeth Warren, Alec Baldwin, Eliza Dushku, Colin Powell & Kerry Washington. This list of notable alumni is loosely sorted by popularity and has people from different domains of life, such as leaders, miscellaneous, writers, musicians and media personalities etc.
Alec BaldwinAlec Baldwin
03 April 1958, American
Actor, Producer, Comedian
Elizabeth WarrenElizabeth Warren
22 June 1949, American
United States Senator

J. Edgar HooverJ. Edgar Hoover
01 January 1895, American
First Director of FBI

Eliza DushkuEliza Dushku
30 December 1980, Albanian, American

Kerry WashingtonKerry Washington
31 January 1977, American

Colin PowellColin Powell
05 April 1937, American
65th United States Secretary of State
Patch AdamsPatch Adams
28 May 1945, American

Robert ByrdRobert Byrd
20 November 1917, American

Brian WilliamsBrian Williams
05 May 1959, American

Mark FeltMark Felt
17 August 1913, American
FBI Agent
Aldrich AmesAldrich Ames
26 May 1941, American
Former CIA Officer & Agent for the Soviet Union &

Tammy DuckworthTammy Duckworth
12 March 1968, Thai, American
U.S. Representative
Wissam Al ManaWissam Al Mana
01 January 1975, Qatari

Allen DullesAllen Dulles
07 April 1893, American
Former Diplomat & Head of CIA

Syngman RheeSyngman Rhee
26 March 1875, South Korean
Dana BashDana Bash
15 June 1971, American

Vidya VoxVidya Vox
27 September 1991, American
John Foster DullesJohn Foster Dulles
25 February 1888, American
Former United States Secretary of State

Red AuerbachRed Auerbach
20 September 1917, American
American basketball coach

Merce CunninghamMerce Cunningham
16 April 1919, American
Dancer and Choreographer
Ted LernerTed Lerner
15 October 1925, American
Real Estate Developer

John W SnowJohn W. Snow
02 August 1939, American
Former United States Secretary of the Treasury
Julius AxelrodJulius Axelrod
30 May 1912, American

Janna RyanJanna Ryan
1969 AD, American
Paul Ryan's wife

Brendan NorthBrendan North
14 November 1993, American

L. Ron HubbardL. Ron Hubbard
13 March 1911, American
Officer, Novelist, Musician, Writer, Screenwriter,
Ina GartenIna Garten
02 February 1948, American
Chef, Writer
Daniel InouyeDaniel Inouye
07 September 1924, American

Glenn GreenwaldGlenn Greenwald
06 March 1967, American
Lawyer, Journalist, Writer, Pundit, Blogger

Kevin Peter HallKevin Peter Hall
09 May 1955, American

Ken StarrKen Starr
21 July 1946, American
Anwar al-AwlakiAnwar al-Awlaki
22 April 1971, American, Yemeni

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Hal MooreHal Moore
13 February 1922, American

Harry ReidHarry Reid
02 December 1939, American
politician, lawyer

Jeremiah DentonJeremiah Denton
15 July 1924, American

Billy MitchellBilly Mitchell
29 December 1879, American
Shoshanna LonsteinShoshanna Lonstein
29 May 1975, American
Fashion designer

Ross MartinRoss Martin
22 March 1920, Polish, American
Michael A. HessMichael A. Hess
05 July 1952, American

Lee Kun-heeLee Kun-hee
09 January 1942, South Korean
Entrepreneur, Businessperson

David EisenhowerDavid Eisenhower
31 March 1948, American
Duff GoldmanDuff Goldman
17 December 1974, American

09 January 1965, German, Trinidadian
Singer, Musician
Lee Myung-bakLee Myung-bak
19 December 1941, South Korean

Peter PacePeter Pace
05 November 1945, American

George Armitage MillerGeorge Armitage Miller
03 February 1920, American
Psychologist, University teacher

David AmramDavid Amram
17 November 1930, American
Singer-songwriter, Composer, Conductor,

Chung Mong-joonChung Mong-joon
17 October 1951, South Korean
Association football player, Politician
Richard G. ScottRichard G. Scott
07 November 1928, American
Nuclear engineer

Claribel AlegríaClaribel Alegría
12 May 1924, Nicaraguan
Poet, Journalist

Mike BrownMike Brown
04 September 1985, British
Basketball player

Jacqueline Lee Bouvier Kennedy OnassisJacqueline Lee Bouvier Kennedy Onassis
28 July 1929, American
Robert Patrick CaseyRobert Patrick Casey
Politician, Lawyer

Commonly known as GW, George Washington University is a private research university located in Washington D.C. Being the largest institute of higher education in the District of Columbia, the university comprises of ten distinguished schools and colleges that provide an incredible learning opportunity to the enrolled students. It finds itself in the highest tier of “R1: Doctoral Universities – Highest Research Activity” according to the Carnegie Classification. With numerous significant research centers and institutes the university lives up to this name by always buzzing with research activity. With programs in Arts & Science, Nursing, Law, Business, Nursing and so many more, the university is a home to a diverse set of students hailing from over 130 countries. The total student body comprises of over 26,000 graduate and undergraduate students who go on to achieve great things in life. George Washington University’s Graduate School of Political Management is the only school of applied politics in Washington. GW was also ranked 51 in a recent list of the world’s top 100 universities producing millionaires as per The Times Higher Education. Being a politically active college, the Princeton Review has ranked GW in the list of the top 10 most politically active colleges. Many of the esteemed faculty comprise of past and current political figures as well. George Washington University has produced various eminent alumni’s who’ve out shined in their areas of study such as Colin Powell, Kerry Washington, Harry Reid and John Foster Dulles. Keep reading to know more esteemed personalities who attended college in George Washington University.