Each week a Rhodes Scholar will be featured on the homepage. This feature reflects the diversity of backgrounds, contributions and impact of Rhodes Scholars from many countries since 1903.  For the full lists of Rhodes Scholars since 1903, click here

Dr Kate Cochrane-Brink

Dr Kate Cochrane-Brink

(Ontario & St John’s 1991)

Child & adolescent psychiatrist and hurdle & steeplechase athlete

Dr Shehnaaz Suliman

Dr Shehnaaz Suliman

South Africa-at-Large & Balliol 1997

Whilst at Gilead, Shehnaaz helped enable access to HIV medications in the developing world - a huge advance in the field.

Dr Naomi Wolf

Dr Naomi Wolf

(Connecticut & New College 1985)

Naomi is an author, journalist and former political consultant. She gained international recognition as a leading spokesperson in the third wave feminist movement with her book The Beauty Myth (1990) and has since sold many bestsellers including her latest Vagina: A New Biography (2012). 

Professor Cranford Pratt

Professor Cranford Pratt

Québec & Balliol 1950

Considered to bridge the gap between Canada and Africa by encouraging young people to engage in African politics.

Dr Nancy Levenson

Dr Nancy Levenson

Arizona & Jesus 1989

Appointed as Deputy Director of the Space Telescope Science Institute.

Jeff Shesol

Jeff Shesol

Colorado & Magdalen 1991

Founding partner of West Wing Writers, a speechwriting and communications strategy firm

Wes Moore

Wes Moore

Maryland & DC & Wolfson 2001

Founder and CEO of BridgeEdU 

Alec Cameron

Alec Cameron

New South Wales & University 1986

Professor Alec Cameron is Vice-Chancellor of Aston University, UK.

Class of 1974

Class of 1974

Celebrating together last weekend at Maroon Lake, Colorado.

Rachel Pfeifer

Rachel Pfeifer

(North Carolina & Linacre 2005)

President, Collegiate Directions, a non-profit organisation committed to closing the education, achievement, and opportunity gap for low-income, primarily first-generation-to-college students.