MBA '01 Grad Appointed White House Fellow
Ajay K. Amlani, MBA ¿01, is one of 12 Americans who will serve as White House Fellows starting September 1.
Amlani of San Francisco is assistant vice president for strategic planning with Pacer Stacktrain. He worked as a financial strategy consultant with Baxter Healthcare and also held positions with CSX Transportation.
The one-year White House Fellows Program is the nation¿s most prestigious program for leadership and public service. Founded in 1964 by President Lyndon Johnson, the non-partisan program offers young men and women experience at the highest levels of the federal government. They work as special assistants to senior White House staff, the vice president, Cabinet secretaries and other government officials. The program also has an educational component, including domestic and international trips, as well as opportunities to meet Washington, D.C., newsmakers.
After his year in Washington, Amlani plans to return to the private sector and use the knowledge and relationships gained to help create and implement policies.
Amlani, who earned a BSE degree in mechanical engineering in 1996 and received the College of Engineering¿s Martin Luther King Jr. Leadership Award, serves on the boards of directors of the YMCA Urban Services, the Network of Indian Professionals and the Children¿s Council of San Francisco. He is actively involved in Habitat for Humanity, the Volunteer Center of San Francisco and Child Relief and You.
Information about the White House Fellows Program is available at www.whitehouse.gov/fellows.
For more information, contact:
Mary Jo Frank