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Jun 182017


Well.. sort of.

He may be the next President of Harvard University.

Drew Gilpin Faust, the current President of Harvard University, is set to step down in June, 2018.  She assumed office in July, 2007.

How will she be succeeded by?

Deirdre Fernandes and Laura Krantz of the Boston Globe have listed Barack Obama, among six others individuals from the Harvard community, as possibilities –

Alan M. Garber

Nitin Nohria (pictured to the right of Obama in the featured image)

David W. Leebron

Shirley Ann Jackson

Michael M. Crow

Janet Yellen (pictured to the left of Obama in the featured image)

I wish Obama the best of luck if he does indeed wish to become the next President of Harvard University.


Some closing notes and other data –

(a)  Obama graduated from Harvard Law School in 1991

(b)  Obama served as the first African American editor of the Harvard Law Review

(c)  evidently Faust was paid $1.2 million in total compensation from Harvard in 2014 (data isn’t available for 2015 or 2016)

(d)  should Obama write a White House memoir before he embarks on an education career (e.g., President of Harvard University)?

 Posted by at 7:52 pm

  2 Responses to “Boston Globe – June 15th 2017 – Barack Obama could be President again”

  1. OBAMA?

    Biography:Current president of Harvard University — Dr. Drew Gilpin Faust

  2. I truely would like to see Barack Obama as President of the United States again ! The United States is in
    A lot of trouble… he would rather talk about people or threaten other country’s. President Trump does not know the meaning of the word peace, and probably never will.
    Mr. Obama I wish you well to you, your wife and family.

    Donna R. Hursey
    Marysville, Ohio

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