Alumnus Albert Cho Appointed White House Fellow


Oxford MBA alumnus Albert Cho has been awarded a White House Fellowship. Founded by President Lyndon B Johnson in 1964, the White House Fellowship programme is one of America’s most prestigious programmes for leadership and public service, and is designed to give recipients first-hand, high-level experience with the workings of the federal government.

Albert Cho most recently worked at Cisco Systems, where he directed environmental innovation projects and led development of a new approach for monitoring global deforestation. Prior to that, he was an Engagement Manager at McKinsey & Company, where he helped found the Sustainability and Resources Practice and advised clients in the aerospace, industrial, high tech and financial sectors on strategy and risk management. He has also worked at the United Nations with Jeffrey Sachs on a global plan for achieving the Millennium Development Goals.

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