U. of C.’s IOP introduces fall fellows

Staff Writer

The University of Chicago Institute of Politics (IOP) announced its Fall Quarter Fellows, Tuesday, July 18. The seven fellows who will visit the campus this fall, include Laura Haim, Fred P. Hochberg, Jason Kander, Jeff Roe, Kathleen Sebelius, Bakari Sellers, and Karen Tumulty.

Haim is a French/American journalist who was the spokeswoman for Emmanuel Macron’s presidential campaign and served as U.S. Bureau Chief for Canal Plus/iTiele.

Hochberg served as a chairman and president of the U.S. Export-Import Bank; Kander, former Missouri Secretary of State and former Missouri representative and the founder of Let America Vote.

Roe is a Republican consultant who served as national senior advisor and campaign manager for Ted Cruz’s 2016 presidential campaign; Sebelius is the 21st U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services and former governor of Kansas; Sellers is a former South Carolina State Representative; Tumulty is a national political correspondent for the Washington Post.

The Fellows will interact with students and faculty, participate in public forums along with other guests and lead off the record seminars. Since its launch in January 2013, the IOP has hosted 86 Fellows.