The Jackson Institute for Global Affairs has named its 2016-2017 Senior Fellows.
Senior Fellows are leading practitioners in various fields of international affairs who spend a year or semester at Yale teaching courses and mentoring students. This year’s group includes three newcomers and 12 returning Fellows.
New Senior Fellows include:
At Jackson, Miller will teach a seminar on social impact investing.
At Jackson, Mohan will teach courses on central banking and the Indian economy.
At Jackson, Ambassador Ross will teach a seminar on statecraft and diplomacy.
Returning Senior Fellows include:
The new Fellows will be joining returning Fellows Sigrídur Benediktsdottir, Director of the Financial Stability Department at the Central Bank of Iceland; Eric Braverman, former CEO of the Clinton Foundation; David Brooks, New York Times op-ed columnist; Howard Dean, former Governor of Vermont and 2004 Democratic presidential candidate; Ambassador Rosemary DiCarlo, former U.S. Deputy Permanent Representative to the United Nations; Ambassador Robert Ford, former Ambassador to Syria; Tom Graham, former Special Assistant to the President and Senior Director for Russia on the National Security Council; Unni Karunakara, former International President of Doctors Without Borders; Clare Lockhart, Director of the Institute for State Effectiveness; General (Ret.) Stan McChrystal, former Commander of the International Security Assistance Force and Commander of United States Forces Afghanistan; Steve Roach, former Chairman of Morgan Stanley Asia; and Middle East expert Emma Sky.