Alpha Omega-Kansas State University

Business

Bill Bain – Founder, Bain and Company

Charles O. “Chad” Holliday – Chairman, Bank of America; CEO, DuPont

Mark Russinovich – CTO, Microsoft Azure

Jeff Taylor – Founder, Monster.com

Brian Kevin Turner – Chief Operating Officer of Microsoft

Nolan Bushnell – Entrepreneur and Founder, Atari Inc. and Chuck E. Cheese’s Pizza-Time Theaters

S. Truett Cathy – Founder and CEO, Chick-Fil-A

Michael Dubin – CEO and Co-founder, Dollar Shave Club

Government and politics

Brian K. Zahra – Justice of the Michigan Supreme Court

LeRoy H. Anderson – U.S. Representative from Montana

Charles O. Andrews – U.S. Senator from Florida

Dick Armey – U.S. Representative and Majority Leader from Texas

Albert B. “Happy” Chandler – 44th and 49th Governor of Kentucky, U.S. Senator from Kentucky

J. Bayard Clark – U.S. Representative from North Carolina

Earle C. Clements – 47th Governor of Kentucky, U.S. Senator from Kentucky

Thad Cochran – U.S. Senator from Mississippi

William M. Colmer – U.S. Representative from Mississippi

Charlie Crist – 44th Governor of Florida

Glenn Cunningham – U.S. Representative from Nebraska, Mayor of Omaha, Nebraska

Everett Dirksen – U.S. Senator from Illinois

William C. Dixon – Justice of the Ohio Supreme Court

Doug Ducey – 23rd Governor of Arizona

John W. Fishburne – U.S. Representative from Virginia

John Nance Garner – 39th Speaker of the House of Representatives, 32nd Vice President of the United States

Leo Hoegh – 33rd Governor of Iowa

Harry R. Houston – Speaker of the Virginia House of Delegates

Jon Kyl – U.S. Senator from Arizona

Nicholas Lampson – U.S. Representative from Texas

John Augustine Marshall – Judge of the United States District Court for the District of Utah

Harvey B. Morgan – Member of the Virginia House of Delegates

W. Robert Pearson – Former United States Ambassador to Turkey

Edward A. Pease – Former U.S. Congressman from Indiana

Pat Roberts – U.S. Senator from Kansas

Absalom Willis Robertson – U.S. Senator from Virginia

Lee Roupas – State Attorrney and President of Illinois Prosecutors Bar Association, Committeeman of Palos Township Republican Party 2006-2012

Karl Rove – White House Chief of Staff under President George W. Bush

Pete Sessions – U.S. Representative from Texas

John Sparkman – U.S. Senator from Alabama, 1952 Democratic nominee for Vice President of the United States

John Sparkman – U.S. Senator from Alabama, 1952 Democratic nominee for Vice President of the United States

Strom Thurmond – 103rd Governor of South Carolina, U.S. Senator from South Carolina

Kenneth H. Tuggle – 39th Lieutenant Governor of Kentucky

Claude R. Wickard – 12th United States Secretary of Agriculture

Military

Courtney Hodges – Commander of the First United States Army, World War II

Richard J. Seitz – Lieutenant General, United States Army

Louis H. Wilson, Jr. – 26th Commandant of the Marine Corps, Medal of Honor recipient

James A. Winnefeld, Jr. – Vice Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff

Education

John A. DiBiaggio – President of Tufts University, Michigan State University, and the University of Connecticut

Walter Lynwood Fleming – American historian of the South and Reconstruction

Gordon Gee – President of West Virginia University

Kenneth T. Jackson – Jacques Barzun Professor of History and the Social Sciences at Columbia University, Editor-in-Chief of The Encyclopedia of New York City

John Lloyd Newcomb – 2nd President of the University of Virginia

Samuel H. Smith – Former president of Washington State University (1985–2000)

News, art, and entertainment

Jason Alkire – Fashion Designer Haus Alkire

Dan Bilzerian – Poker Player, Social Media Figure

Erik Courtney – Bravo TV personality Newlyweds: The First Year

John Currence – Celebrity Chef Top Chef Masters

Rick Dees – Host of The Rick Dees Weekly Top 40 Countdown

Mason Gamble – Actor Dennis the Menace

Ted Koppel – Nightline Anchor ABC

Serge F. Kovaleski – Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter for the New York Times

Tim McGraw – American country singer and actor

Ken Ober – Show Host

Jim Parsons – Actor The Big Bang Theory

Greg Pitts – Actor Movie Office Space

Jeremy Piven – Actor Entourage

Seth Rogen – Canadian actor and comedian

Jon Stewart – Host of The Daily Show (1999–2015)

Eric Stonestreet – Actor Modern Family

Brian Tyler – Composer Iron Man 3, The Expendables

Scott Van Pelt – Anchor ESPN

Matt Winer – Anchor Turner Sports, formerly SportsCenter

Morgan Woodward – Actor Dallas, Cool Hand Luke

Sports

Kent Bazemore – Professional Basketball Player, Atlanta Hawks

Bobby Bowden – Former Head Football Coach Florida State

Pat Bowlen – Owner, Denver Broncos

Bob Bowman – CEO North Baltimore Aquatic Club

Marvin O. Bridges – All-Southern college football player, minor league baseball player, and head coach for University of Florida

Chad Clifton – Offensive Tackle, Green Bay Packers

Matt Doherty – Former head men’s basketball coach at Southern Methodist University

Guy Dennis – Former professional football player for Cincinnati Bengals and Detroit Lions

Jeff Feagles – NFL Kicker, University of Miami

Jimbo Fisher – Head Football Coach Texas A&M

Gus Frerotte – Quarterback NFL

Jason Fox – NFL Lineman, University of Miami

Horace Grant – Professional Basketball Player

Hubert Green – Professional Golfer

Todd Hays – Bobsledder and Olympic Silver Medalist

Bob Humphreys – Professional Baseball Player

Jeff Ireland – General Manager, Miami Dolphins

EJ Manuel – Quarterback Buffalo Bills

Colin McCarthy – NFL Linebacker, University of Miami

Bill McCartney – Former football coach for CU-Boulder, founder of Promise Keepers ministry

Chris Myers – NFL Lineman, University of Miami

Tom Miller – NFL Player, Assistant GM of the Green Bay Packers, Member of the Packer’s Hall of Fame

Kyle Orton – Quarterback NFL

Steve Prefontaine – Track and Field Hall of Fame

Howard Schnellenberger – Football coach (winner of 1983 NCAA National Championship), University of Miami

Frank Sinkwich – Heisman Trophy Winner, University of Georgia

James Southerland – NBA Forward

Kevin Stallings – Head Basketball Coach, Vanderbilt University

Gino Torretta – Heisman Trophy Winner, University of Miami

Eric Winston – NFL Lineman, NCAA All-American University of Miami

Michael Oliveira – Professional Boxer

Andres De Abreu – Professional Soccer Player, Miami United FC

Jimbo Fisher – Head Football Coach, Texas A&M

Dabo Swinney – Head Football Coach, Clemson University

 

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