|Donaldson Fellows Program|
2012-2013 Donaldson Fellows
From left: Donald Gips '89, Christine Bader '00, Dean Ted Snyder, Founding Dean William Donaldson, Jane Donaldson, Nadim Matta '89, Liang Meng '97Christine Bader '00
The Donaldson Fellows Program for Yale SOM Alumni is named to honor SOM’s founding dean, William H. Donaldson, who has also founded an investment bank, served as an undersecretary of state, and led a major insurance corporation, the New York Stock Exchange, and the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.
The program recognizes Yale SOM graduates whose personal and professional accomplishments embody the school’s mission to educate leaders for business and society. The Donaldson Fellows are selected by a committee chaired by the dean and comprised of SOM faculty and alumni. The selections are based on nominations from members and friends of the SOM community, as well as self-nominations.
In selecting the Donaldson Fellows, the committee seeks a wide range of experience, and a variety of industries, sectors, and years since graduation. The objective is to select alumni who exemplify what it is to live the Yale School of Management mission, meaning they are:
For more information on the Donaldson Fellows Program and to nominate yourself or an SOM alum, visit the Alumni Portal.
Any questions about the Donaldson Fellows Program can be directed to Christopher Galvin, director of alumni relations and reunion programs.