The Sam Nunn School of International Affairs' 1,500 alumni are scattered all over the world from Atlanta to Asia, Latin America to Europe, and Washington, D.C. to San Francisco. Graduates from the Nunn School are leaders in government and international relations with organizations such as the U.S. Department of State, IBM Corp., U.S. Department of Defense, Bloomberg, Accenture, Bain & Company and more.
The Nunn School takes great pride in its alumni and encourages each one of you to stay engaged. There are many opportunities for alumni to connect with the Nunn School: through the International Affairs Alumni Group, by attending mixers in Atlanta and Washington, D.C., through social media like Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn, and by visiting the School's website to listen to esteemed lecturers and read articles about Nunn School research.
Thank you for visiting the Sam Nunn School of International Affairs alumni page. We encourage you to stay in touch.
International Affairs Alumni Group
The International Affairs Alumni Affinity group supports the Sam Nunn School of International Affairs with education, research and public service. In addition, the Network helps create and promote mutually beneficial relationships among the School, its alumni and the Georgia Tech community.
There are multiple ways to give to the Sam Nunn School of International Affairs. Please see our Giving page for more information on how to give to the Nunn School.
Meet Our Alumni
Nunn School alumni are located all over the world in positions at the White House Security Council, the U.S. Department of State, the National Nuclear Security Administration, The Coca-Cola Company, and the Office of the Secretary of Defense, to name a few. Check out our alumni profiles to learn more about what alumni are doing all across the globe!
Let us know about your achievements and where life has taken you after Georgia Tech! We’d love to keep in touch!
Want to be more involved? There are opportunities in mentoring, career development, public speaking, and our internship program. Please email Chair Adam Stulberg.