Keep the Connection
Prepared for leadership by their SAIS education and committed to serve, SAIS graduates are finding innovative and successful solutions to critical global issues.
News and Events
Our alumni have made successful contributions to the world on scales both large and small. We are proud of our alumni community at SAIS, and it is important for us to share the most recent news and events, in order to cultivate and promote the stories that define the influence that make our alumni so extraordinary.
SAIS alumni are connected in many ways—not just through their rich experiences at SAIS or the fond memories that bind them—they are physically connected via the outstanding alumni communities located around the globe. Discover this global network of alumni and reconnect with those who share this unique bond.
Providing lifelong learning opportunities to SAIS alumni is important to us. As a special member of both SAIS and broader John Hopkins University alumni network, there are numerous ways to enhance both your personal and professional endeavors.
Current students at SAIS enjoy opportunities to work with alumni in many ways, such as career advisement, professional networking,and mentoring. This is a great way to bring the SAIS experience full-circle. Learn about how to get involved and make a difference to our current students.
At SAIS, we provide the alumni community with services that support our global network. Our goal is to foster the best opportunities available for graduates of our three campuses. We encourage you to explore the wonderful ways to continue the SAIS connection for a lifetime.
Dear Fellow SAIS Alumni,
Welcome back to SAIS! We are a community of over 16,000 strong with alumni residing around the globe and in international centers such as Tokyo, Hong Kong, Singapore, London, Sao Paulo, New York, Boston, San Francisco and in Washington, DC. Alumni from our three locations in Washington, D.C., Bologna, Italy and Nanjing, China stay connected with each other through SAIS-specific clubs and evolving groups and the Johns Hopkins University Alumni Association.
With very best regards,
Margaret H. Frondorf ‘00
Director, SAIS Alumni Relations