The Jackson Institute for Global Affairs at Yale announces the 2014–2015 Senior Fellows. Jackson Senior Fellows are leading practitioners in various fields of international affairs who spend a year or semester at Yale teaching courses and mentoring students. Newcomers to this year’s class of Fellows include Ambassador Johnnie Carson, former Assistant Secretary of State for the Bureau of African Affairs; Howard Dean, 2004 Democratic Party Presidential candidate and former Chairman of the Democratic National Committee; Unni Karunakara, former International President of Doctors Without Borders; Richard Levin, CEO of Coursera and former President of Yale; Clare Lockhart, founder and CEO of the Institute for State Effectiveness; and Jake Sullivan, former National Security Advisor to Vice President Biden.

The new Senior Fellows will be joining eight returning fellows. To view the full roster of 2014–2015 Jackson Institute Senior Fellows .