• Art Jahnke

    Senior Contributing Editor

    Art Janke

    Art Jahnke began his career at the Real Paper, a Boston area alternative weekly. He has worked as a writer and editor at Boston Magazine, web editorial director at CXO Media, and executive editor in Marketing & Communications at Boston University, where his work was honored with many awards. Profile

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There are 7 comments on Meet 16 BU Alums in the Biden Administration

  1. I don’t know that a comprehensive list exists, but it’d be unfortunate not to acknowledge the tremendous number of BU Alums that serve high up in government as Federal Senior Executive Service (SES) officers.

    These BU alums are a key part of our nation’s tapestry of anonymous public servants who keep the country running. They claim no political party, only tireless perseverance on behalf of the generations of citizens, residents and visitors.

    As an alum, they make me proud every day!

  2. It would do all of New England well, if the local news stations mentioned these hardworking and talented BU alums as representing our area of the country.

  3. As an alum, I am extremely proud to be able to tell my educator colleagues , they are representing my school.
    It would d do all of the United States well, if the National News Stations mentioned these hardworking and talented BU alums as representing our country.
    We have had an extraordinary amount of famous personalities in all areas of Politics, Economics , Business, Education, Ministry , etc. to demonstrate their “gifts & talents” to the world.

  4. Fernando Ortiz (CAS’17) left his position as Mayor Marty Walsh’s liaison to the Boston City Council to serve as a special assistant in the office of the labor secretary in Biden’s administration.

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