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List of Alpha Phi Omega members

This is a listing of notable alumni and honorary members of Alpha Phi Omega, an international service fraternity. The list includes members of the fraternity who have become well known or who have attained high ranking positions in their particular career field, such as government and politics, academia, science and technology, sports, or business. Notable alumni refers to both individuals who joined individual Alpha Phi Omega chapters as students who later went on to distinguish themselves in their personal or professional lives and advisors who are members of the faculty, staff, scouting or community selected by a chapter to advise them. An honorary member refers to individuals who were offered honorary membership in either various Alpha Phi Omega chapters or Nationally as non-students.

The majority of chapters are in the United States of America, and nearly all of the remainder are in The Philippines.

Contents

  • Academia 1
  • Business 2
  • Entertainment and sports 3
  • Government and politics 4
  • Science, medicine and technology 5
  • Scouting 6
  • Service, non-profit and Religion 7
  • See also 8
  • External links 9
  • References 10

Academia

Name Original chapter Notability Reference
Wilford S. Bailey Delta President of Auburn University (1983–1984), past president of American Society of Parasitologists and the American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene. First secretary of the World Association of Veterinary Parasitologists [1][2]
David Beckley Psi Lambda President of Rust College, Holly Springs, MS [3][4]
George W. Bowman Epsilon Psi President of Kent State University (1944–1963). [5]
Dean L. Bresciani Xi Delta 14th president of North Dakota State University [6]
Edward Bunn Mu Alpha President of Georgetown University (1964-1972) [7]
Curley Byrd Epsilon Mu President of University of Maryland, College Park (1936–1954) [8]
Harold C. Case Zeta Upsilon President of Boston University (1950–1967) [9]
Edward F. Clark Omicron Sigma President of Saint Peter's College, New Jersey (1960–1965) [10]
Earle W. Clifford Phi Advisor President of National Association of Student Personnel Administrators (NASPA) (1970–1971) [11]
Wat Tyler Cluverius Sigma Survivor of sinking of the USS Maine; Rear Admiral United States Navy; President of Worcester Polytechnic Institute (1939–1953). [12]
Walter C. Coffey Gamma Psi President of University of Minnesota (1941–1945) [13]
Robert Crouch Delta Psi President of Rutledge College (1979) [14]
Harrison C. Dale Gamma Nu President of the University of Idaho (1937–1946) [15]
John J. DeGioia Mu Alpha President of Georgetown University [16]
George W. Diemer Beta Kappa Advisor President of Central Missouri State College (1937–1956), President of the American Association of Teachers Colleges (1947) [17]
Wilson Elkins Alpha Rho, Epsilon Mu President of University of Maryland, College Park (1954–1978) [18][19]
John R. Emens Delta Xi Honorary President of Ball State University (1945–1968); President of the North Central Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools (1947) [20]
Steve A. Favors Beta Delta Advisor President of Grambling State University (1998–2001) [21]
Robert D. Flanigan Upsilon Chi Vice President and Treasurer for Spelman College [22]
Charles Wesley Flint Phi Advisor American Bishop in the Methodist Church, elected in 1936; President of Cornell College (1915–1922); Chancellor of Syracuse University (1922–1936) [23]
James E. Foy Delta Advisor Auburn University Dean of Students (1950–1978), Namesake of Student Union at Auburn University, Namesake of Trophy awarded to the victor of the Iron Bowl between Auburn University and University of Alabama [1]
William C. Friday Rho President of the Consolidated University of North Carolina (1956–1972); President of the University of North Carolina System (1972–1986) [24]
Eugene Garbee Mu Rho Advisor President of Upper Iowa University (1952–1970) [25]
David M. Gring Alpha Beta Psi President of Roanoke College, 1989–2004 [26]
José Ángel Gutiérrez Delta Chi Attorney and professor at the San Antonio in 1967, and a founding member and past president of the Raza Unida Party [27]
James P. Hannigan Xi Delta Brigadier General, United States Army; Dean of Students, Texas A&M University (1959–1973) [28]
Carl Hanson Iota Omicron President of Gettysburg College (1961-1977) [29]
Clifford M. Hardin Alpha Sigma Chancellor of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln (1954–1969); United States Secretary of Agriculture (1969–1971) [30]
Gaylord Harnwell Delta Zeta President of University of Pennsylvania (1953-1970) [31]
Alexander Heard Theta Mu Chancellor of Vanderbilt University (1963–1982) [32]
Dennis L. Hefner Chi Pi President of SUNY Fredonia (1997-present) [33]
John F. Herget Alpha Mu Advisor President of William Jewell College (1923–1943) [34]
Richard Herman Alpha Alpha Chancellor of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (2005— ), Distinguished Eagle Scout Award honoree [35]
George R. Houston, Jr. Mu Alpha President of Mount St. Mary's University (1994-2003) [36]
Livingston W. Houston Epsilon Zeta President of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (1943–1958) [37]
Frederick L. Hovde Alpha Gamma President of Purdue University (1946–1971) [38]
Claude B. Hutchison Iota Phi Botanist, agricultural economist, educator, and Mayor of the City of Berkeley, California (1955-1963) [39]
Ralph Cooper Hutchison Alpha President of Washington & Jefferson College and Lafayette College [40]
Harold Hutson Eta Psi Advisor President of Lycoming College [41]
Robert E. Kennedy Zeta Omicron Advisor President of California Polytechnic State University (1967–1979) [42][43]
Richard E. Klinck Delta Lambda 1965 National Teacher of the Year [44]
J. Martin Klotsche Upsilon President, Provost, and Chancellor of the University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee (1946–1973) [45]
A. Blair Knapp Omicron Xi President of Denison University (1951–1968); President of the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators (1951–1952) [46]
Bradford Knapp Delta President of Oklahoma Agricultural and Mechanical College (1923–1928); president of Alabama Polytechnic Institute (1928–1932) and president of Texas Technological College (1932–1938) [1]
Carl W. Knox Alpha Alpha President of National Association of Student Personnel Administrators (1967–1968) [47]
H. Martin Lancaster Rho Member of United States House of Representatives from North Carolina (1987–1995); North Carolina House of Representatives (1979–1986); President of North Carolina Community College System [48]
John F. Laughlin Alpha Omega Advisor President of Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine (1924–1945) [49]
Karl C. Leebrick Phi Advisor President of Kent State University (1938–1943) [50]
Jeffrey S. Lehman Gamma President of Cornell University (2003–2005) [51]
L. Jay Lemons Xi Iota President of Susquehanna University (2001— ) [52]
William Mather Lewis Alpha President of Lafayette College (1927–1945) [53]
John V. Lombardi Tau President of University of Florida (1990–1999) , Chancellor of the University of Massachusetts Amherst, President of Louisiana State University (2002— ) [54]
John MacCracken Alpha President of Lafayette College (1915–1926); Founding advisor to Alpha Phi Omega, Alpha chapter [55]
C. Peter Magrath Gamma Psi President of the University of Minnesota (1974–1984); President of the University of Missouri (1985–1991); President of the National Association of State Universities and Land-Grant Colleges (1992–2005) [56]
Henry J. Martin Omicron Lambda Acting President of Calumet College of St. Joseph (ca. 1965) [57]
James A. McCain Pi President of Kansas State University (1950–1975) [58]
Charles T. McDowell Theta Tau Advisor Professor emeritus and former director of the Center for Post-Soviet and Eastern European Studies at the University of Texas at Arlington, and a member of the Military Science Hall of Honor [59]
Robert McMahan Lambda Nu President of Kettering University (2011-Present). [60][61]
Dan MacMillan Xi Sigma President of Bluefield College (1997–2006) [62]
William J. Micheels Eta Kappa President of University of Wisconsin–Stout (1961–1972). [63]
Stephen G. Miller Delta Omicron Faculty at the University of California at Berkeley and renowned archeologist who excavated the ancient site at Nemea, Greece [64]
Ernest Carroll Moore Chi Advisor Provost and Vice President of University of California, Los Angeles (1919–1936) (Note: This was the highest position at the University at the time) [65]
Daniel Walter Morehouse National Honorary President of Drake University (1922-1941) [66]
Grover E. Murray Unknown President of Texas Tech University (1966–1976) [67]
Harvey A. Neville Alpha Psi President of Lehigh University (1961–1964) [68]
Arno Nowotny Alpha Rho Advisor Dean of Student Activities at the University of Texas at Austin (1946–1964). Served as National President of Alpha Phi Omega (1946–1950). Received the Silver Beaver and Silver Antelope Awards. Served as National President of Phi Eta Sigma (1974–1980) [69]
Glen T. Nygreen Gamma Alpha Advisor Eminent Supreme Archon (National President) of Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity (1963–1965); National President of Alpha Phi Omega (1968–1970); President of National Association of Student Personnel Administrators (1965–1966) [55][70][71]
Michelle Obama Gamma Sigma Advisor Former Associate Dean of Student Services at the University of Chicago (1996—2002); Vice President for Community and External Affairs for the University of Chicago Hospitals (2002—present); First Lady of the United States (2009) [72]
A. Ray Olpin Iota Psi President of University of Utah (1946-1964) [73]
John W. Oswald Alpha Beta President of Pennsylvania State University (1970–1982) [74]
Albert G. Parker Kappa Iota President of Hanover College (1929–1958) [75]
Norman A. Parker Sigma Sigma Chancellor of University of Illinois at Chicago Circle (1961–1971) [76]
Wendell M. Patton Mu Xi President of High Point University (1959–1980) [77]
Harry Melvin Philpott Delta President of Auburn University (1965–1979) [1]
Donald B. Prentice Alpha President of Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology (1931–1948); Founding Advisor to Alpha Phi Omega, Alpha Chapter [55][78]
Philip Prince Gamma Lambda President of Clemson University (1994–1995). Senior Vice President of American Express Company [79]
Claudius Pritchard Alpha Alpha Alpha President of Maryville College (1977–1992) [80]
Thomas Ramage Alpha Zeta Omega President of Parkland College (2007-present) [81]
Harry Huntt Ransom Alpha Rho President of University of Texas at Austin, Chancellor of the University of Texas System [82]
M Richard Rose Iota Upsilon President of Rochester Institute of Technology (1979–1992); President of Alfred University (1974–1978); Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Education (1972–1974) [83]
Walter Harrington Ryle, III Epsilon Advisor President of Northeast Missouri State Teachers College (1937–1967) [84]
William Samuel Sadler Nu Rho Vice President of Student Affairs at The College of William and Mary (1963–2008) Retired [85]
Walter Dill Scott National Honorary President of Northwestern University (1920–1939) [86]
Mark F. Scully Beta Psi President of Southeast Missouri State University (1956 - 1975) [87]
Charles A. Sevrinson Alpha Lambda Acting President of North Dakota State University (1946); Dean of Men of North Dakota State University (1938–1948); Dean of Students (1948–1964) [24][88]
Robert H. Shaffer Alpha Upsilon First President, American Personnel and Guidance Association (APGA) (1951); Indiana University Dean of Students (1955–1969) [49]
Kenneth "Buzz" Shaw Phi Chancellor of Syracuse University (1991–2004), President of the University of Wisconsin system (1985–1991), Chancellor of Southern Illinois University (1979–1986), President of Southern Illinois University Edwardsville (1977–1979) [89]
Albert J. Simone Xi Zeta President of Rochester Institute of Technology (1993-2006) [90]
Walter E. Slesnick Delta Beta Rhodes Scholar, 1947; Dartmouth College Faculty (1962–1994) [91][92]
John Duncan Spaeth Alpha Eta President of University of Kansas City (1936–1938) [93]
Graham Spanier Alpha Beta Former President of Pennsylvania State University [94]
J. Wallace Sterling Zeta President of Stanford University [95]
Elmo Stevenson President of Southern Oregon University (1946–1969) [96]
Axel D. Steuer Zeta Epsilon Advisor and Eta Sigma Advisor President of Gustavus Adolphus College (1991–2002), President of Illinois College (2003— (2008)) [97]
J. Lem Stokes, II Omicron Omicron President of Pfeiffer University (1953–1968) [46]
Hurford E. Stone Gamma Gamma Acting President of Simpson College (1963) [98]
Harry P. Storke Omicron Iota President of Worcester Polytechnic Institute (1962–1969) [57]
Robert Swanson Omicron Tau President of Alma College (1956–1980) [10]
H. Patrick Swygert Zeta Phi President of Howard University (1995–2007), President of State University of New York at Albany (1990-1995) [99]
William Tate Beta Zeta Dean of Men of the University of Georgia (1946–1971) [24]
Willis M. Tate Alpha Omicron President of Southern Methodist University (1954–1972, 1974–1976) [24]
Harvey L. Taylor Eta Omicron Vice President of Brigham Young University, Administrator of all Latter Day Saint seminaries, institutes and schools other than Brigham Young University [100]
Donald Richard Theophilus Gamma Nu President of the University of Idaho (1954–1965) [101]
Ralph Tirey Beta Lambda Advisor President of Indiana State University (1933–1953) [17]
Darwin T. Turner Delta Alpha Leading writer, Editor, and critic of African American literature; youngest graduate of the University of Cincinnati [102][103]
Maurice E. Van Ackeren Gamma Xi Advisor(?) President of Rockhurst University (1951–1977) [32]
William G. Van Note Omicron Theta President of Monmouth University (1962–1971) [104]
Eric A. Walker Alpha Beta President of Pennsylvania State University (1956–1970) [105]
Ross S. Whaley Phi President of State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry (1984–2000) [89]
Martin D. Whitaker Alpha Psi President of Lehigh University (1946–1960) [24]
Goodrich C. White Delta Kappa Advisor President of Emory University (1942–1957); Chancellor of Emory University (1957–1979) [106][107]
Robert I. White Epsilon Psi President of Kent State University (1963–1971) [108]
Lawrence S. Wittner Columbia University American historian who has written extensively on peace movements and foreign policy [109]
Frank Wickhorst Gamma Gamma University of California, Berkeley Football Coach (1946) [110]
Victor R. Yanitelli Xi Xi and Omicron Sigma President of Saint Peter's College, New Jersey (1965–1978) [111]
Lloyd P. Young Eta Delta President of Keene State College (1939–1964) [112]
US Secretary of Defense Robert Gates
Secretary Samuel Pierce
Governor Chuck Robb
U.S. First Lady Michelle Obama

Business

Name Original chapter Notability Reference
Wendell J. Ashton Iota Psi Publisher Deseret Morning News 1978–1985, Spokesman (Church Public Communications Department President) for the Latter Day Saints during the 1970s [113]
Vincent P. Barabba Nu Tau Director of United States Census Bureau (1973–1976, 1979–1981), Co-founder of Wirthlin Group, General Manager of Corporate Strategy and Knowledge Development at General Motors (1996–2003) [114][115]
Kenneth K. Bechtel Mu Zeta National president of the Boy Scouts of America (1956–1959); Founder of the Bechtel Corporation [5]
Morris R. Beschloss Alpha Alpha Former president of Hammond Valve of Hammond, Ind., revived the Valve Manufacturers Association; UIUC Distinguished Alumni Award; Distinguished Eagle Scout Award [116]
Warren Brown Kappa Xi Washington Post Automobile Columnist [117]
Erle Cocke, Jr. Beta Zeta Georgia Army National Guard [118][119]
Barron Collier ? American advertising entrepreneur who became the largest landowner and developer in the U.S. state of Florida [66]
Eugene Eckel Theta Alpha Retired President and CEO of AT&T Network Systems International [120]
John Huston Finley ? President of the City College of New York, Commissioner of Education of the State of New York, editor-in-chief New York Times [66]
Howard Gossage Alpha Eta Advertising Executive in the 1950s and 1960s; President of Freeman and Gossage Advertising. Number 23 of 100 people of the Century in Advertising Age Magazine [121]
Zenon C.R. Hansen Iota Chairman and CEO of Mack Trucks, Inc. (1965–1974); Member of BSA National Executive Board (ca. 1959); Member of Automotive Hall of Fame (since 1992) [77]
Carlos Guerra Delta Chi San Antonio Express-News Reporter [27]
Hamil R. Harris Iota Rho Washington Post Reporter [122]
John "Jack" Jadel Zeta Kappa Retired President, Akzo America, Silver Buffalo awardee [123][124]
E. Faye Jones Beta Rho Noted American architect and designer, apprentice of Frank Lloyd Wright [125]
Wallace O Lee Alpha Tau Vice President, Indiana Power and Light; Council President Central Indiana Council; President Board of Trustees, Central State Hospital, Indianapolis, Indiana [126]
John Loftus Upsilon Zeta American author, former US government prosecutor and president of the Florida Holocaust Museum [127]
James McLernon Epsilon Sigma President of Volkswagen of America (1976–1982) [14][123]
Philip Pfeffer Zeta Nu Chairman of Random House (1996–1998) and CEO of Borders Group (1999) [123]
Rex W. Tillerson Alpha Rho Chairman and chief executive officer (CEO) of ExxonMobil Corporation [128][129]
Thorncrown Chapel designed by E. Fay Jones

Entertainment and sports

Name Original chapter Notability Reference
Lonnie Bartley Phi Zeta Women's Basketball Coach at Fort Valley State University; most wins for any Women's Basketball Coach at an HBCU [130]
Walt Bellamy Psi Omicron Professional Basketball Player for six NBA teams (1961–1974); Four time NBA All-star [131][132]
St. Clair Bourne Mu Alpha Documentary Film Maker focusing on African American social issues and themes [133]
Jonathan Blum Epsilon Mu Writer and Novelist [134]
Joe E. Brown Alpha Kappa Actor/Comedian. Best known for playing Osgood Fielding, III in, Some Like It Hot. [135]
Nikki Cabardo Eta (Philippines) Keyboardist for Freestyle and Sinosikat? [136]
Kaitlin Gates Alpha Zeta Mu Miss West Virginia 2012
Mike Garrett Alpha Kappa 1966 Heisman Trophy winner for University of Southern California. Played in NFL for the Kansas City Chiefs and San Diego Chargers. Former Athletic director for USC. [123]
John F. (Jack) Green Theta Mu Advisor Two time All-American college football player, later head coach at Vanderbilt University (1963–1966) [137]
Carson Kressley Iota Omicron Fashion expert on the television program, Queer Eye for the Straight Guy. [138]
Joseph Leonard Alpha Rho President of Leonard Productions, Inc., a record production company. Member of the Rockabilly Hall of Fame [139]
John Lesaca Eta (Philippines) Violinist, Environmentalist, Philippine Presidential "Likas-Yaman" (National Resources) Award, Chair Intellectual Property Coalition [136][140]
Bob Love Kappa Lambda Professional Basketball Player for the Chicago Bulls and other NBA teams (1966–1977); Director of Community Affairs for the Chicago Bulls (1993— ) [123][141]
Chelsea Malone Lambda Omicron Miss West Virginia 2015 [142][143]
Biggie Munn Phi Advisor Michigan State University Football Coach (1947–1953), Athletic director (1953–1971) [50]
Anthony Neely Rho Pi Taiwanese Mandopop singer [144]
Jane Noseworthy Omega Xi Miss Nebraska 2003 [145]
Elmer Tarbox Beta Sigma Co-MVP of 1939 Cotton Bowl Classic. Member of the Flying Tigers. Awarded the Silver Star, Purple Heart. Member of Texas House of Representatives (1966–1976) [146]
War Eagle IV Delta Mascot of Auburn University (1964–1980) [147]
War Eagle V Delta Mascot of Auburn University (1981–1986) [147]
War Eagle VI Delta Mascot of Auburn University (1986–2006), part of Opening Ceremonies at 2002 Winter Olympics [147]
Sidney Williams Kappa Lambda NFL player for the Cleveland Browns, Washington Redskins, Baltimore Colts, and Pittsburgh Steelers (ca. 1964); US Ambassador to The Bahamas (March 1994–September 1998). President and Chief Executive Officer of the Williams Group. Member of the Board of Directors of OneUnited Bank. Husband of Maxine Waters; US House Member from California [148]
Gilbert Laverne "Gibby" Welch Beta College football All-American and Professional football player [149]
John Wooden Chi Head Basketball Coach University of California, Los Angeles (1948–1975). Coach for 10 NCAA Basketball championships. Member of Basketball Hall of Fame [150]
Fielding H. Yost Gamma Pi Advisor University of Michigan Football Coach (1901–1923, 1925–1926), University of Michigan Athletic director (1921–1942) [151]
Carson Kressley

Government and politics

Name Original chapter Notability Reference
Héctor Luis Acevedo Omicron Nu Mayor of San Juan, Puerto Rico (1988–1996), Candidate for Governor of Puerto Rico in 1996 [152]
Gil Acosta Theta Chi (Philippines) Provincial Board Member, Palawan (2007(?)— ) [153]
Wahab Akbar Lambda (Philippines) Member of the House of Representatives of the Philippines, Congressman, Basilan, Lone District (2007— ); Governor of Basilan (1998–2007) [153]
Elmer L. Andersen Gamma Psi Governor of Minnesota (1961–1963) [154]
Victor Emanuel Anderson Alpha Sigma Mayor of Lincoln, Nebraska (1950–1953); Governor of Nebraska (1955–1959) [30]
Bellaflor Angara-Castillo Eta (Philippines) Governor of the Philippine Province of Aurora 2004— (2008), Former House Majority Floor Leader [155]
Christopher Ashby Mu Alpha United States Ambassador to Uruguay, 1997–2001 [7][156]
Reubin Askew Iota Rho Governor of Florida (1971–1979) [123]
Alicia Austria-Martinez Eta (Philippines) Associate Justice Supreme Court of the Philippines 2002— (2008) [155]
Ireno A. Bacolod Alpha Mu Brigadier General National Police Commission (Phil.) [157]
Petit Baldado Gamma (Philippines) Vice Governor, Negros Oriental (2007(?)— ) [153]
Robert Lyndon S. Barbers Epsilon Gamma (Philippines) Governor of Surigao del Norte Province [158][159]
Melody Barnes Rho Director of the Domestic Policy Council, appointed by President-Elect Barack Obama in 2008 [160]
H. Roe Bartle Iota Advisor also known as "The Chief", mayor of Kansas City, Missouri (1955–1963) and namesake of the Kansas City Chiefs [161]
William S. Beardsley Omega Governor of Iowa (1949–1954) [162]
Robert Mack Bell Mu Gamma Chief Judge Maryland Court of Appeals (Highest Court in Maryland) [163]
Silvestre H. Bello III Mu Presidential Adviser for New Government Centers (2007— ), Secretary of Justice of the Philippines (1991–1992, 1998), Solicitor-General of the Philippines, (1996–1998) [164]
Josue Bellosillo Eta Associate Justice Supreme Court of the Philippines 1992–2003 [155]
Jejomar Binay Eta (Philippines) Current Vice President of the Philippines; Mayor of Makati City (1986—1998, 2001-2010), President of the Boy Scouts of the Philippines (In third term as of 2006) [136][158][165]
J. Caleb Boggs Zeta Sigma Member of the United States House of Representatives (1947–1953) from Delaware; Governor of Delaware (1953–1960); United States Senator from Delaware (1961–1973) [166][167]
Julian Bond Psi Omicron He was the first president of the NAACP [131]
Cecil Bothwell Delta Kappa Member of Asheville, North Carolina City Council and writer [168]
Roger D. Branigin Alpha Gamma Governor of Indiana (1965–1969) [169]
Dolph Briscoe Alpha Rho Governor of Texas (1973–1979) [123]
C. Farris Bryant Iota Rho Governor of Florida (1961–1965), Member of the United States National Security Council [170][171]
Arnold Burns Eta Gamma United States Deputy Attorney General (1986-1988) [172]
George H. W. Bush Alpha Phi Forty-first President of the United States (1989–1993) [55][173]
William Joseph Campbell National Honorary Federal District Judge (1940–1988) [23][174]
Jimmy Carter Delta Kappa Thirty-ninth President of the United States.
Jose Catindig, Jr. Sigma (Philippines) Mayor, Santa Rosa City, Laguna (2005–2007) [175]
John Celli Mu Alpha Awarded Central Intelligence Agency Exceptional Service Medallion and the Intelligence Commendation Medal. Honored with star on CIA Memorial Wall [133][176]
Antonio H. Cerilles Pi (Philippines) Member of the House of Representatives of the Philippines, Zamboanga del Sur, 2nd District (1987–1998, 2004— (2007)), Environment Secretary, Department of Environment and Natural Resources (1998–2001), Governor of the Province of Zamboanga del Sur 2010-present [177][178][179][180]
Mark W. Clark American general during World War II and the Korean War and was the youngest lieutenant (three-star) general in the U.S. Army. [181]
Bill Clinton Mu Alpha Forty-second President of the United States (1993–2001) [7][123]
Hillary Rodham Clinton Alpha Beta Chi First Lady of the United States (1993–2001); United States Senator from New York (2001–2009), and United States Secretary of State (2009) [182]
Danilo Cortez Pi (Philippines) Philippine Military Academy Class '77 President; Acting Navy Chief, Philippine Navy [183][184]
Tom Daschle Mu Sigma Member United States House of Representatives (1979–1987) from South Dakota, Member United States Senator from South Dakota (1987–2005), former United States Senate Majority and Minority Leader. (2009) [123]
Ilus W. Davis Alpha Eta mayor of Kansas City, Missouri (1963–1971), Member of Kansas City City Council (1948–1956) [185]
Marla Graff Decker Iota Omicron Virginia Secretary of Public Safety [186]
Julio F. Desamito Eta COMELEC Commissioner 1995–2001 [155]
Joseph V. Doria Jr. Omicron Sigma Mayor of Bayonne, New Jersey (1998— ), New Jersey State Assemblyman (1980–2004), New Jersey State Senator (2004— ), Speaker of the New Jersey State Assembly (1990–1991).
Dwight D. Eisenhower National Honorary Thirty-fourth President of the United States [181][187][188][189]
Don Eldridge Alpha Xi Speaker of the Washington State House of Representatives (1967–1970), Member Washington State House of Representatives (1952–1970) [190]
Juan Ponce Enrile Beta Xi (Philippines)/ National Honorary Justice Secretary and Defense Secretary of the Philippines, President of the Senate of the Philippines [179]
Antonio Jr. Hatoc Escudero Delta Pi (Philippines) Lieutenant Governor, Sorsogon 1992–1995; 1998— (2007) [191]
Evangeline L. Esperas Alpha Omicron (Philippines) Provincial Board Member, Leyte , 1st District (1) (2007(?)— ) [153]
Daniel J. Evans Gamma Alpha Governor of Washington (1965–1977); United States Senator from Washington (1983–1989) [192]
Jose R. Hernandez Eta (Philippines) Associate Justice of the Sandiganbayan [155]
Arthur Flemming Zeta Psi United States Secretary of Health, Education, and Welfare (1958–1961); President of Ohio Wesleyan University (1948–1953, 1957–1958); President of the University of Oregon (1961–1968) [193]
Erik Robert Fleming Omega Psi Member Mississippi House of Representatives, District 72. Democratic Nominee for the US Senate from Mississippi, 2006 and Democratic Nominee for the US Senate from Mississippi, 2008 [194][195]
Gerald Ford Gamma Pi Thirty-eighth President of the United States (1974–1977) [196]
Mark S. Formby Epsilon Iota Member of the Mississippi House of Representatives, District 108 [197]
Robert Gates Nu Rho 22nd United States Secretary of Defense; President of Texas A&M University (2002–2006); Director of Central Intelligence (1991–1993) [198]
Mikhail Gorbachev Xi Zeta General Secretary of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union [199]
Aubrey B. Hamilton Alpha Phi Member Missouri House of Representatives (1942–1944); Corporation Attorney for the City of St. Louis, Missouri; International President of Toastmasters International (1958–1959) [32][55][200]
Charles Alexander Harvin Upsilon Rho Member of South Carolina House of Representatives, District 64 (1977–2005); South Carolina House of Representatives Majority Leader (1982–1986) [201]
Maura Harty Mu Alpha Assistant Secretary, Bureau of Consular AffairsUnited States Department of State, US Ambassador to Paraguay (1997–1999) [202][203]
Mark Hatfield Epsilon Kappa Active and Alpha Mu Honorary United States Senator from Oregon (1966–1996); Governor of Oregon (1958–1966) [123][181][204]
Julius Herrera Alpha Mu (Philippines) Vice Governor, Bohol (2001- present), Mayor of Calape, Bohol (1995–2001) [153]
John F. (Jack) Herrity Mu Alpha Chairman Fairfax County, Virginia Board of Supervisors (1976–1988); Official Namesake for Fairfax County Parkway [205][206]
Robert Holden Beta Mu Governor of Missouri (2001–2005) [55]
William T. Holloway Nu Iota Member of Florida House of Representatives, District 103 (2000— ) [207]
Herbert Hoover Lambda Theta Thirty-first President of the United States (1929–1933) [208]
J. Edgar Hoover Epsilon Mu Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (1924–1972) [209]
Robert C. Hunter Rho Associate Justice on the North Carolina Court of Appeals; Member of the North Carolina House of Representatives (1980–1988) [210]
Baby Boy Imam Epsilon Sigma (Philippines) Provincial Board Member, Maguindanao (2007(?)— ) [153]
Scott W. Johnson Eta Omicron Brigadier General 40th Infantry Division California National Guard [211]
Russell L. Jones Theta Iota Member of the Arizona House of Representatives, District 24 (2004–current) [212]
Thomas Kean Pi Upsilon Advisor Governor of New Jersey (1982–1990); President of Drew University (1990–2005); Chairman of National Commission on Terrorist Attacks Upon the United States (the 9/11 Commission). [213]
John F. Kennedy Epsilon Mu Thirty-fifth President of the United States (1961–1963) [8]
Otto Kerner, Jr. Alpha Alpha Governor of Illinois (1961–1968), Judge on the United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit (1968–1974) [214]
Robert P. Kingsbury Epsilon Mu Libertarian candidate, New Hampshire's 1st congressional district, 2008 election, member of New Hampshire House of Representatives Belknap 4 (2010-2012) [215][216]
Gilberto F. Layese Theta (Philippines) Director of the Bureau of Agriculture and Fisheries Product Standards of the Department of Agriculture (Philippines) (2001— ) [217]
J. Bracken Lee Iota Psi Governor of Utah (1949–1957), Mayor of Price, Utah (1935–1947), Mayor of Salt Lake City (1960–1971) [73]
Bong Lidasan Epsilon Sigma (Philippines) Provincial Board Member, Maguindanao (2007(?)— ) [153]
Jojo Limbuna Epsilon Sigma (Philippines) Provincial Board Member, Maguindanao (2007(?)— ) [153]
Gilbert Llanto Alpha Mu (Philippines) Brigadier General Philippine Air Force [157]
Willie F. Logan ? Member of the Florida House of Representatives, District 103 (1982–2000) [218]
M. Byrnes MacDonald National Honorary Former head of the New York City Crime Prevention Bureau; received the Silver Buffalo Award in 1950 [23]
Raul Manglapus Alpha (Philippines)/ National Honorary Foreign Minister of the Philippines, Philippine Senator, Philippine Presidential Candidate [177][178][179]
Casan Maquiling Gamma Chi (Philippines) Provincial Board Member, Lanao del Norte (2007— ) ; Mayor of Munai, Lanao del Norte (2001–2007) [153]
Frank Marsh Alpha Sigma Lieutenant Governor of Nebraska (1971-1975); Secretary of State of Nebraska (1953-1971) [219]
Nathaniel J. McFadden Mu Gamma Maryland State Senator (1995-Present), President Pro Tem of Maryland Senate [220]
Terry Miller Nu Omega Lieutenant Governor of Alaska (1978–1982) [123]
Sherman Minton Mu United States Senator from Indiana (1935–1941); Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States (1949–1956).
Luis C. Morse ? Member Florida House of Representatives, District 113 (1984–1998), Deputy Secretary Florida Department of Elder Affairs (1998–2002) [221]
Edwin R. Murray Omega Eta Member of the Louisiana Senate, District 4 (2005— ); member of the Louisiana State House of Representatives, District 96 (1991–2004) [222]
Michelle Obama Gamma Sigma Advisor Former Associate Dean of Student Services at the University of Chicago (1996—2002); Vice President for Community and External Affairs for the University of Chicago Hospitals (2002—present); First Lady of the United States (2009) [72]
Rey Andre Olegario Zeta Pi (Philippines) Vice Governor, Zamboanga Sibugay (2007— ) [153]
Roberto "Obet" Pagdanganan Mu (Philippines)/ National Honorary Governor of Bulacan Province, Chief Scout Executive - Boy Scouts of the Philippines (1996-1998) [177][178][179][223][224]
H. O. Paxson Theta Mu Advisor Brigadier General United States Army; Lieutenant Governor Panama Canal Zone (1952–1955) [137]
Wilbur Frank Pell, Jr. Mu Federal Judge on United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit 1970-2000 [225]
John A. Perkins Zeta Sigma President of the UNESCO (1953–1955); served as an Undersecretary of the United States Department of Health, Education, and Welfare (1956–1957).
Samuel Pierce Gamma United States Secretary of Housing and Urban Development during the Reagan Administration (1981–1989) [226]
Steve Poizner Alpha Rho California Businessman and California Insurance Commissioner (2006-); Candidate for the California Gubernatorial election of 2010 [227][228]
David A. Ponce De Leon Theta Chi (Philippines) Member of the House of Representatives of the Philippines, Palawan, 1st District (1987–1995), Lieutenant Governor, Palawan (1986–1987, 2001— ) [153][229]
Fidel V. Ramos Pi (Philippines)/ National Honorary President of the Republic of the Philippines (1992–1998) [158][177][178][179][230]
Ramon B. Revilla, Jr. Delta Kappa Philippine Senator 2004-Current, Governor of Cavite 1998-2001, Actor [231][232]
Chuck Robb Theta Governor of Virginia (1982–1986); United States Senator from Virginia (1989–2001); Chair of the Iraq Intelligence Commission (2004); Member of the Iraq Study Group (2006) [233]
Jesse Robredo Alpha Nu (Philippines) Mayor, Naga City (1988–1998, 2001— ); Ramon Magsaysay Award for Government Service, 2000 [153]
L. Mendel Rivers Upsilon Rho U.S. Representative from South Carolina, representing the Charleston-based 1st congressional district for nearly 30 years. Chairman of the House Armed Services Committee as the U.S. escalated its involvement in the Vietnam War. [234]
Carlos P. Romulo National Honorary President of the Fourth Session of U.N. General Assembly (1949–1950); Chair of the U.N. Security Council (January 1957 & December 1957). Served with General Douglas MacArthur in the Pacific; Philippines Ambassador to the United States. Won the Pulitzer Prize for Correspondence in 1942, the first Asian to win the Pulitzer Prize [235][236]
David Gray Ross ? Member of the Maryland General Assembly (1970–1978); Circuit Court Judge (1978–1993) [237]
Donald S. Russell Iota Mu United States Senator from South Carolina (1965–1966); Governor of South Carolina (1963–1965); President of the University of South Carolina (1952–1957); Judge of the United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit (1971–1998) [98]
Carl Sanders Nu Epsilon Georgia (1963–1967) [238]
Leocadio Santiago Pi (Philippines) Director, Special Action Force Philippine National Police [239]
Henry F. Schricker Alpha Gamma Governor of Indiana (1941–1945, 1949–1953) [169]
Sargent Shriver Driving Force behind creation of the Peace Corps and Democratic Vice Presidential Nominee 1972 [181]
Datu Rusman Sinsuat Epsilon Sigma (Philippines) Provincial Board Member, Maguindanao (2001— ) [153]
Ike Skelton Beta Eta Member of United States House of Representatives from Missouri (1977–2006) [123]
Adlai Stevenson Zeta Sigma Democratic Nominee for President of the United States (1952, 1956); United States Ambassador to the United Nations (1961–1965) [167]
Augusto L. Syjuco Epsilon Director-General Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (Philippines) (TESDA), (2004— (2007)), Member of the House of Representatives of the Philippines, Iloilo, 2nd District (1998–2004; 2010-present) [240]
Harry S. Truman Alpha Mu President of the United States (1945–1953) [181][204]
Joseph Tydings Epsilon Mu United States Senator from Maryland (1965–1971) [121]
Hubert Utterback Omega Advisor Associate Justice for Iowa Supreme Court (1932–1933); Member of the United States House of Representatives from Iowa (1935–1937); Unsuccessful Candidate for United States Senate [241][242][243]
Jesus Verzosa Eta (Philippines) Police Deputy Director General of Philippine National Police ?–2008. Police Director General of Philippine National Police 2008—2010 [239][244].
Antonio Villamor Eta (Philippines) Republic of the Philippines Ambassador to Saudi Arabia (2006— ) [155]
Robert F. Wagner, Jr. Gamma Omicron Mayor of New York City (1954—1965); United States Ambassador to Spain (1968–1969) [245]
T. John Ward Beta Sigma United States federal judge for the Eastern District of Texas, best known for the large number of patent infringement cases brought before his court. [246]
Togo D. West, Jr. Zeta Phi Secretary of the Army (1993–1997) and Secretary of Veterans Affairs (1998–2000) for the Clinton Administration [99][123]
Willard A. Wirtz Eta United States Secretary of Labor (1962–1969) [123][247]
Charles W. Wright Lambda Mayor of Topeka, Kansas (1965–1969) [121]
Anthony D. Wooden Iota Psi (Philippines) Provincial Board member Mountain Province (1998–2001) [248]
Consuelo Ynares-Santiago Eta (Philippines) Associate Justice Supreme Court of the Philippines 1999— (2008) [155]
Haydee Yorac Eta (Philippines) COMELEC Chairman 1989–1991, COMELEC Commissioner 1986–1991, Chairwoman of the Presidential Commission on Good Government (PCGG) [155]
Manuel "Way Kurat" Zamora Beta Phi (Philippines) Member of the House of Representatives of the Philippines, Compostela Valley, 1st District (2001— ) [153]
Frank P. Zeidler Upsilon Mayor of Milwaukee, Wisconsin (1948–1960); National Chair and 1976 Presidential Nominee of the United States Socialist Party [249]
President George H. W. Bush
President Jimmy Carter
President Bill Clinton
Senator Tom Daschle
President Dwight D. Eisenhower
President Gerald Ford
Hillary Clinton
Secretary Togo D. West, Jr..

Science, medicine and technology

Name Original chapter Notability Reference
Robert Banks Beta Omicron Discoverer (With J. Paul Hogan) of Polypropylene (a plastic) and catalyst for easier creation of the plastic High Density Polyethylene (a plastic) [250]
Helmut Karl Buechner Phi First head of the Office of Ecology of the Smithsonian Institution; Senior Ecologist for the National Zoo 1972–1975 [251]
Arthur Compton Alpha Phi Recipient of the Nobel Prize in Physics (1927); Namesake of the Compton effect; Chancellor of Washington University in Saint Louis (1946–1953) [45]
Clifford C. Furnas unknown Author, Olympic athlete, scientist, expert on guided missiles, State University of New York at Buffalo university president [252]
John P. Giesy Omicron Tau Well noted Ecotoxicologist and expert in industrial pollutants and their effect on people and the environment [253][254][255]
Lawrence Hirsch Beta Gamma President of Alpha Phi Omega (1974–1978). Served as President and Chairman of the Board of Chicago Medical Society. Served on National Council of BSA. Distinguished Eagle Scout Award Honoree. 32nd Degree Mason. Received Chicago Medical Society's Public Service Award [256]
James Lovell Beta Theta Astronaut; Gemini 7; Gemini 12; Apollo 8; and Commander of Apollo 13 [123][181]
Walter K. Macadam Alpha Chi President of IEEE (1967) [257]
Robert Moog Gamma Omicron Inventor of the Moog synthesizer, one of the first widely used electronic musical instruments [258]
Stephen Olvey Kappa Iota co-director with driver Emerson Fittipaldi of the International Motorsports and Vehicular Injury Research Center; medical affairs for CART, Homestead-Miami Speedway; and chief medical officer for the Grand Prix Masters World Series (1988-Present) [259]
Louis H. Renfrow Alpha Phi Brigadier General, United States Army. Deputy Director of Selective Service (1950-?) President of the International College of Dentists (1951) [260][261]
E. Donnall Thomas Alpha Rho Awarded the 1990 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine with Joseph E. Murray for the development of cell and organ transplantation [262]
Nazario Vasquez Eta (Philippines) Former General Manager of Philippine National Oil Company Energy Development Corporation, Vulcanologist [136][263]
Cyril Wecht Beta Allegheny County, Pennsylvania Coroner (1969–1980, 1996–2005); Allegheny County Commissioner (1979–1983); Democratic Candidate for United States Senate (1982); acclaimed forensic pathologist and author [264][265]
James Frederick Young Alpha Vice President of Technical Resources for General Electric [266]
Astronaut Jim Lovell

Scouting

Name Original chapter Notability Reference
Marsh M. Ammerman Chi Assistant Chief Scout Executive of the Boy Scouts of America (?-1963-1968-?) [267]
Ellsworth H. Augustus Theta Upsilon National president of the Boy Scouts of America (1959–1964) [268]
Elmaar Bakken Alpha Lambda National Director of Relationships, BSA (1957–1967) [269][270][271]
Alden G. Barber Chi Chief Scout Executive of the Boy Scouts of America (1967–1976) [55][272]
Daniel Carter Beard National Honorary One of the Founders of the Boy Scouts of America; National Scout Commissioner (1910–1941) [273]
Francis O. Belzer Alpha Tau Advisor, Mu Honorary Scout Executive for Central Indiana Boy Scout Council 1915–1940. Founder of Firecrafters. Eulogized as the, 'Father of Scouting in Indianapolis [274]
Shawn Edward Bowman, Jr. Alpha Delta Eta Eagle Scout and Greater New York Councils scout leader who died in the September 11, 2001 attacks. Amphitheatre at Camp Aquehona at GNYC Ten Mile River Scout Camps dedicated to him [275][276]
Frank W. Braden ? Assistant National Director the Boy Scouts of America for Senior Scouting (and other positions), responsible for establishing the Wood Badge in the United States [277][278]
Joseph Brunton Gamma Omicron Chief Scout Executive of the Boy Scouts of America (1960–1966); Director of Church Relations of the BSA (1952–1957) [279]
Richard Chappell Nu Upsilon Chosen to represent the BSA in Antarctica for the International Geophysical Year. Spent 14 months (January 1957–February 1958) in Antarctica. Wrote Antarctic Scout. Namesake of Chappell Peak [280]
Harry K. Eby Nu National Director of the School of Relationships of the BSA [281]
George J. Fisher, M.D. National Honorary Deputy Chief Scout Executive of the BSA (1919–1943); National Scout Commissioner (1943–1960) [282]
James P. Fitch Alpha Omicron Advisor BSA Region Executive for Region Nine (Texas, Oklahoma, and New Mexico) (1920–1945) [283]
E. Urner Goodman National Honorary Founder of Order of the Arrow [284]
Raymond O. Hanson ? Founder of the Knights of Dunamis; Region Twelve Scout Executive [285]
Stanley A. Harris Rho First Director of Inter-Racial Scouting, BSA [286]
Walter W. Head Alpha Phi National president of the Boy Scouts of America (1926–1931, 1931–1946). [287]
Thomas J. Keane Iota National Director of Sea Scouting of the BSA; National Director of Senior Scouting of the BSA [288]
Perry A. Lint National Honorary Deputy Chief Scout Executive (c.a. 1944) [289]
John Meckley Alpha Gamma Alpha National Chief of Order of the Arrow (1990), Republican Candidate for Pennsylvania's 6th congressional district (1998) [290][291]
Godofredo Neric Alpha (Philippines) Chief Scout Executive - Boy Scouts of the Philippines [292][293][294]
Guillermo Padolina Beta (Philippines) Chief Scout Executive - Boy Scouts of the Philippines [292][293][294]
Harold F. Pote Beta Iota Director of Personnel for the BSA (1930–1955). [278]
Edgar M. Robinson Gamma Eta Second Managing Director of the BSA; eighth Silver Buffalo Award recipient in 1926; considered BSA's forgotten founding father [295][296]
John M. Schiff National Honorary National president of the Boy Scouts of America (1951–1956) [297]
Lester R. Steig Alpha Lambda Advisor National President of Knights of Dunamis (1963–1971); National President of Alpha Phi Omega (1962–1964) [298]
J.L. Tarr National Honorary Chief Scout Executive of the Boy Scouts of America (1979–1984). [299]
Jim Terry Nu Chi Assistant Chief Scout Executive -Chief Financial Officer Boy Scouts of America [300]
James E. West National Honorary, Alpha Pi First Chief Scout Executive of the Boy Scouts of America [301][302][303]
John Westfall Delta Mu Author of the Philmont Hymn [304]
Delmer Wilson Alpha Tau and Gamma Mu Advisor Director of Personnel, BSA (1956–?) [305]
Ray O. Wyland Alpha Advisor BSA National Director of Education (1925–1952) and BSA National Director of Division of Relationships (1922–1952). Founding Advisor for Alpha Phi Omega [55]
Daniel Carter Beard
Walter W. Head
James E. West

Service, non-profit and Religion

Name Original chapter Notability Reference
Elbert R. Curtis Iota Psi Ninth general superintendent of the Young Men's Mutual Improvement Association of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (1938-1948) [73]
Thomas W. Dortch, Jr. Phi Zeta former 100 Black Men of America President (1994-2004), State Director for U.S. Senator Sam Nunn [306]
George R. Hill Iota Psi Seventh general superintendent of the The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (1949-1966) [73]
Alferd Zannie Hall, Jr. Kappa Delta General Secretary of the Church of God in Christ [307]
Robert E. Lee Hill Beta Eta Advisor President of Rotary International (1934); Director of Alumni Activities, University of Missouri (ca. 1936) [308]
Martin Luther King, Sr. Psi Omicron Baptist minister; an early civil rights leader and an advocate for social justice. He was also the father of American civil rights leader Martin Luther King, Jr. [131][309]
Oscar A. Kirkham Iota Psi General authority in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and one of the seven presidents of Seventy (1949-1958) [73]
W. Walter Menninger Zeta Immediate Past President and CEO of Menninger Foundation (1993–2001) [123]
Roland Nicholson, Jr. Mu Gamma Chairman of the Board, The Fortune Society (A prisoner's rights group)
Edwin V. O'Hara Gamma Xi Catholic Bishop of the Great Falls, Montana Diocese (1930-1939); and later Bishop of the Kansas City, Missouri Diocese (1939–1956); Personally raised to Archbishop 1954 [310]
Elizabeth Platz Epsilon Mu First woman in North America ordained by a Lutheran church body [311]
W. Franklyn Richardson Sigma Mu Chairman of Al Sharpton. He has been the youngest person to serve as General Secretary of the National Baptist Convention, USA, Inc. [312]
Earl Stallings Xi Sigma Baptist Minister and Civil Rights Activist, signer of the A Call For Unity letter. [313]
A. Latham Staples Zeta Omega Co-Founder and President and CEO of EXUSMED, Inc., and Founder and Chairman of the Empowering Spirits Foundation, an American civil rights organization. [314]
Howard Thurman Zeta Upsilon Theologian, Author, and Civil Rights Leader [315]
Leonard H. Tower Jr. Alpha Chi Founding Member of the Board of Directors of the Free Software Foundation [316]
S. Dilworth Young Iota Psi General authority of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (1945-1981) [73]
Len Tower

See also

External links

  • List of Notable Alpha Phi Omega Philippines brothers and sisters maintained by Alpha Phi Omega Philippines.

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