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Leadership in action

Mindy Kaling
Root for yourself. And root for those around you, too. Because success isn’t a zero-sum game.”
Mindy Kaling '01 H’18
Campaign supporter, actress, producer
Jake Tapper
Be bold. Be smart. Be brave. Be true. Go forth and rock.
Jake Tapper ’91 H’17
Journalist and author
Henry M. Paulson Jr.
Don’t dodge the tough problems. Run towards them and encourage those around you to do likewise.
Henry M. Paulson Jr. ’68 ’H07 P’97
Former U.S. Secretary of the Treasury
Mateo Romero
I chose to completely commit.
Mateo Romero ’89
Painter
Shonda Rhimes
Become a leader that makes room for the idea.
Shonda Rhimes ’91 H’14
Television producer, screenwriter, author
Austin Beutner
Trust is earned by the work you do, not the words you say.
Austin Beutner ’82 P’19,’25
Former Superintendent, Los Angeles Unified School District
Bonnie Ann Henderson
Think independently and question convention.
Bonnie Ann Henderson ’89 MED ’93
Eye surgeon, inventor, entrepreneur
John Rich
We are finally talking about racism as a problem worth solving.
John Rich ’80 H’07
Public health expert, MacArthur Foundation Fellow
Tommy Clark
You have to learn to deal with failure, because you’re going to fail in one way or another.
Tommy Clark ’92 MED ’01
Grassroot Soccer CEO and founder
Dr. Joanne M. Conroy
Leadership requires making tough decisions.
Dr. Joanne M. Conroy ’77
CEO and president, Dartmouth Hitchcock Health
Ed Haldeman
Leaders aren’t well served if they only hear yes.
Ed Haldeman ’70 P’03,’08
Chairman, S&P Global; former CEO, Freddie Mac and Putnam Investments
Lisa V. Adams
Leadership is about confidence and authenticity.
Lisa V. Adams MED ’90
Director of the Center for Global Health Equity, Dartmouth
Geoff Ralston
Sometimes you need to push yourself and take chances.
Geoff Ralston ’82
President, Y Combinator; entrepreneur
Maya Wiley
Our country needs a fundamental reimagining.
Maya Wiley ’86
Civil rights activist, lawyer, racial justice expert
Geeta Anand
Journalism is relevant and alive.
Geeta Anand ’89 P’22
Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter; dean of the Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism
Elyse Allan
Your values define you as a leader in an ambiguous world.
Elyse Allan ’79 TU’84 P’14
Director, Brookfield Asset Management
Latif Nasser
Curiosity opens new worlds of possibilities and human potential.
Latif Nasser ’08
Podcaster, television producer
Kaushal Shah MED ’00
We need to stand up for what we believe.
Kaushal Shah MED ’00
COVID-19 frontline responder, emergency room physician
Kaya Thomas
Make people feel welcome, no matter their background.
Kaya Thomas ’17
Computer scientist, app developer
Mindy Kaling
Jake Tapper
Henry M. Paulson Jr.
Mateo Romero
Shonda Rhimes
Austin Beutner
Bonnie Ann Henderson
John Rich
Tommy Clark
Dr. Joanne M. Conroy
Ed Haldeman
Lisa V. Adams
Geoff Ralston
Maya Wiley
Geeta Anand
Elyse Allan
Latif Nasser
Kaushal Shah MED ’00
Kaya Thomas
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$3,269,644,153

Raised to Date

A record-breaking number of alumni have already given to The Call to Lead campaign, and we’ve almost reached our participation goal to engage 60% of all alumni.

94.9%
TO PARTICIPATION GOAL
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Watch Campaign Highlights

Browse the latest videos to find out what’s ahead for The Call to Lead.

Top campaign news

The Dartmouth Innovation & Technology Festival marks the opening of the new West End District, where students and faculty will shape interdisciplinary solutions to complex challenges
Four-year pilot program will enable students to work with Native American communities on health care, economic, and governmental challenges
State-of-the-art engineering and computer science facility honors $50 million in philanthropic leadership
After a landmark gift in 2021, an expanded E.E. Just Program continues to create pathways to success for underrepresented students in STEM

Why I Give

Dartmouth has always been a place of pure possibility to me. Its rare magic should be available to the most deserving students around the world, not the ones most able to afford it.
Kimberley Tait Lowe ’01
Now more than ever we need to support Dartmouth as it continues educate and inspire the leaders, scientists, thinkers, organizers and activists of tomorrow ...
W. Kyle Gore ’84
My everyday life is enriched by an inspiring backdrop of Dartmouth memories. Many of my favorites wind up and down the staircases and hidden passageways of the Hopkins Center …
Glenn A. Grube ’82 TH ’83
I give because, unlike when I was on campus, there are now out and visible resources for LGBTQ+ students, staff, and faculty.
Rob Saltzman ’76
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