From geopolitics to global business. From security to humanitarian aid. From investment to sustainable development. From walled gardens to open source. The Fletcher School's multidisciplinary approach to international affairs prepares students for leadership positions that span industries, borders and sectors.
We invite you to explore just a few alumni stories of impact—including that of alumnus and current dean, Admiral James Stavridis, who describes how Fletcher prepared him to build bridges in this turbulent 21st Century in his role as Supreme Allied Commander at NATO.
In this video series from The Fletcher School at Tufts University, a diverse range of alumni and students across ages, interests, sectors and degree programs, discuss their reasons for choosing Fletcher, what makes it a standout institution for graduate education in international affairs, how their experiences at the School helped to transform their views of the world and shape their careers, and how the School prepared them to be successful in their current roles.
The series kicks off with Rachel Kyte, Vice President and Special Envoy for Climate Change at the World Bank Group and graduate of the school's GMAP degree for mid-career professionals.
Audio track: Comic Bakery (Jazz mix) by Noviello Pippo
Stories of Global Impact
Mariana Benitez Tiburcio
Mexico’s deputy attorney general for legal and international affairs
Read Mariana's story
Commandant, US Marine Corps;
nominated as Chair, Joint Chiefs of Staff
Read Joseph's story
Ernst & Young Associate Director - EMEIA Tax Marketing & Communications
Read Alexander's story
Founder and CEO, Faire Collection
U.S. Agency for International Development
Senior Development Technologist + Media Advisor
Read Joshua's story