• John Zenus Ungapake Tembo
    John Zenus Ungapake Tembo was a Malawian politician best known for serving as President of the
    Malawi Congress Party (MCP) and serving as the second Minister of Finance in Malawi after
    independence. Tembo studied at the University of Roma present day Pius XII College in Lesotho,
    graduating in 1958 with a Bachelor of Arts in political philosophy. He took a job as a teacher for 2 years
    before Tembo was elected to the legislative assembly of Nyasaland in 1961, three years before the
    country ga...  more
  • Prince Mangosuthu Gatsha Buthelezi
    Prince Mangosuthu Gatsha Buthelezi was a prominent South African politician and Zulu prince best known for playing a significant role in shaping the political landscape of South Africa, advocating for the rights of the Zulu people and championing reconciliation and peace. Buthelezi studied at the University of Fort Hare, where he became involved in political activism. In the 1950s, he joined the African National Congress (ANC) and its youth wing, the ANC Youth League, working alongside prominent...  more
  • Donald Kenneth Sundquist
    Donald Kenneth Sundquist, was an American businessman and politician best known for serving as the 47th governor of Tennessee, he left a lasting impact on the state's political landscape and public policy. Sundquist began his career in business, founding the Sundquist Homes construction company in the 1960s after serving in the Vietnam War. His entrepreneurial endeavors proved successful, and he established himself as a prominent figure in the business community. In the 1960s Sundquist became in...  more
  • Yevgeny Viktorovich Prigozhin
    Yevgeny Viktorovich Prigozhin, was a prominent Russian oligarch and mercenary leader best known as the owner and founder of Concord Catering, a company renowned for providing catering services to the Kremlin and its affiliates. Prigozhin was widely believed to have close ties to Russian President Vladimir Putin and was often referred to as "Putin's chef" in media reports. Prigozhin's business empire extended beyond catering. He was also the mastermind behind the Internet Research Agency (IRA), a...  more
  • Anna Elisabeth Kopp
    Anna Elisabeth Kopp was a Swiss politician of the Free Democratic Party best known for being the first woman to serve in the Federal Council, a Switzerland’s governing body. Kopp was a skilled figure skater in her youth, she studied law at Zurich University and graduated with honors. Before she was elected to serve in the Federal council, she had been Mayor of Zumikon for a decade and had served two terms in Parliament before a retirement opened up a seat on the seven-member Federal Council, whi...  more
  • Bud Shuster
    Elmer Greinert 'Bud,. Shuster was an American politician best known for serving in the United States House of Representatives for Pennsylvania's 9th congressional district from 1973 to 2001. Shuster attended college at American University and served in the United States Army before entering politics. During his time in Congress, Shuster became known for his work on transportation issues, serving as Chairman of the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee from 1995 to 2001. He was a stro...  more
  • Richard Riordan
    Richard Joseph Riordan was an American investment banker, businessman, lawyer, politician, and Korean War veteran best known for serving as the 39th mayor of Los Angeles from 1993 to 2001. Riordan was a prominent American figure who had a varied career over the course of his life. He attended Princeton University before serving in the U.S. Army during the Korean War. After his military service, he attended law school at the University of Michigan and went on to practice law in California. Riorda...  more
  • Nigel Thomas Lawson
    Nigel Thomas Lawson also known as Baron Lawson of Blaby, was a British politician and journalist best known for being the main architect of the Thatcher government’s economic success where he served as Financial Secretary to the Treasury. Lawson attended Christ Church, Oxford, where he gained a first-class honours degree in philosophy, politics and economics. In 1954 Lawson carried out his National Service as a Royal Navy officer. After his discharge he joined the Financial Times as a journalist...  more
  • Ben Shelly
    Ben Shelly was the 7th president of the Navajo Nation best known for serving as tribal vice president from 2007 until being elected president making him the first person to hold both tittles in Navajo Nation. Shelly had a career training in heavy equipment maintenance and working as a supervisor for a heavy equipment company in Chicago before he moved to Navajo Nation in 1976. He opened maintenance and mechanic shop when he moved there. In 1991 he became a the Thoreau Navajo Nation councilman i...  more
  • John Wilson Jenrette Jr
    John Wilson Jenrette Jr. was an American lawyer, businessman, and Democratic Representative from South Carolina known for being nabbed in the Abscam Sting political corruption that also brought down six other members of Congress. Before Jenrette pursued a career in politics, he served in the U.S Army as an officer and served in the South Carolina National Guard for several years. He attended the University of South Carolina law school in 1962 and subsequently opened his own law firm. In 1964 he ...  more
  • Pat Schroeder
    Patricia Nell Scott Schroeder was an American politician who represented Colorado in the United States House of Representatives from 1973 to 1997, best known for being a pioneer for women’s and family rights and was credited for redefining the role of women in American politics. Schroeder was a pilot, she earned her pilot’s license at 15 and attended the University of Minnesota where she majored in philosophy, history and political science. Subsequently she went to Harvard Law School, where she...  more
  • Peterson Zah
    Peterson Zah was an American politician who held several offices with the Navajo Nation is best known for being the first president of the largest tribal reservation in the US in 1990 after the government was restructured, and he dedicated his life to correct wrong doings against Native Americans. Before Zah pursued a career in politics he taught carpentry and other vocational skills after earning a degree in education at Arizona State University. He also co-founded a federally funded legal advo...  more