In September, Kathleen Doherty ’85 moved to Nicosia, Cyprus, to serve as America’s first female ambassador to that country. “A little Mediterranean gem with 320 days of sunshine,” she enthused. But along with the temperate weather and beauty comes a complicated history.
Qamar-ul Huda ’90 was listed in The Muslim 500: The World’s 500 Most Influential Muslims for 2016, published by The Royal Islamic Strategic Centre in Jordan. Huda is a senior policy advisor to U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry’s Office of Religion and Global Affairs.