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Rev. Raymond B. Kemp

Senior Research Fellow, Woodstock Theological Center Georgetown University Location: Philodemic Room, Healy Hall, Georgetown University Interviewer/Producer: Anneliesa Clump Alprin (G’06) Editor: Lisa Fthenakis (C’10) A native Washingtonian, Father Kemp is community organizer, Catholic priest and professor. On Aug. 28, 1963, when Martin Luther King Jr. gave his “I Have a Dream” speech, Kemp was a [...]

Kathy Baczko (I’68)

Director, Clinton Climate Initiative, William J. Clinton Foundation Location: Wagner Alumni House Interviewer/Producer: Anneliesa Clump Alprin (G’06) Editor: Lisa Fthenakis (C’10) Having lived in France as a teenager, Baczko felt right at home on Georgetown’s international campus. She believes that “Jesuit values seep into life” at Georgetown. Here, she remembers the influence of Revs. Bill [...]

The Hon. Timothy A. Chorba (C’68)

Former U.S. Ambassador to Singapore Location: Philodemic Room, Healy Hall, Georgetown University Interviewer/Producer: Anneliesa Clump Alprin (G’06) Editor: Lisa Fthenakis (C’10) In 1964, Chorba began his studies at Georgetown alongside classmate Bill Clinton (F’68). He was inspired by the Jesuit cultivation of a “love of learning.” He remembers professor William J. O’Brien and his class [...]

H.R.H. Prince Turki Al Faisal (B’68)

Former Ambassador of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to the United Kingdom (2003) and United States (2005-2006) Former Director of Saudi Arabia General Intelligence Directorate Location: Georgetown Public Policy Institute Interviewer/Producer: Anneliesa Clump Alprin (G’06) Editor: Lisa Fthenakis (C’10) Here, H.R.H. Prince Turki Al Faisal reflects on his time at Georgetown in the mid-60s. He [...]

The Hon. Christopher “Kit” Ashby (F’68)

Former U.S. Ambassador to Uruguay Location: Georgetown Public Policy Institute Interviewer/Producer: Anneliesa Clump Alprin (G’06) Editor: Lisa Fthenakis (C’10) Ashby remembers the turmoil and excitement of the 1960s. Because of his last name, he was housed near another freshman, Bill Clinton (F’68), in their dormitory. Their friendship grew over conversations at dinner, and both worked [...]