Then-Governor Bill Clinton and Hillary Clinton wave to the crowd while at a presidential campaign rally in 1992

Clinton Administration & Campaign Alumni

Project 42 applies the enduring lessons of President Clinton’s lifetime of public service to the challenges of today

Then-Governor Bill Clinton and Hillary Clinton wave to the crowd while at a presidential campaign rally in 1992

Project 42 highlights the record of the Clinton administration and engages with alumni of the administration and campaigns.

 

Highlighting the Record

President Clinton’s legacy, the alumni’s shared legacy, is captured by “putting people first” – the extraordinary record of the administration that strengthened America and the world. Through the Clinton Presidential Center, the Foundation, and Project 42, the work continues. To highlight the record of the Clinton administration and its relevance to the issues of today, we host a variety of in-person and virtual events and focus on anniversaries of milestones and key administration accomplishments.

 

Alumni Engagement

Project 42 offers a range of opportunities for alumni of President Clinton’s administration and campaigns to engage with one another and with the work of the Clinton Presidential Center and Foundation. Specifically, Project 42 hosts and helps conduct events with President Clinton, broad alumni and department-specific reunions, policy conferences, and opportunities for alumni speakers. Additionally, we connect with alumni, and feature their voices, through a quarterly alumni newsletter.

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If you served in the Clinton administration or in either of the presidential campaigns, and would like to receive our alumni newsletter and invitation for events, join the alumni network today.

In Photos: the Alumni Experience

Then-Governor Bill Clinton and Hillary Clinton at a rally.
President-elect Bill Clinton and Vice President-elect Al Gore celebrate on stage.
President Bill Clinton speaks on stage.
Secretary Alexis Herman and Stephanie Streett speak on stage.
Secretary Rodney Slater and Bruce Reed speak on stage.
Secretary Bob Rubin, Stephanie Streett, and Kevin Thurm take part in a panel discussion.
Secretary Madeleine Albright participates in a panel discussion.
Donna Brazile, Minyon Moore, Yolanda Caraway, and Rev. Leah Daughtry participate in a book signing.
President Clinton speaks on stage at an anniversary event.
Then-Governor Clinton celebrates on stage at the 1992 Democratic National Convention.
Supporters for Then-Governor Clinton and Senator Al Gore cheer during a campaign stop.
Second Lady Tipper Gore, Vernon Jordan, and First Lady Hillary Clinton take a photo together.
John Podesta participates in a discussion.
President Clinton takes a photo at an event.
Former staff members of the Clinton administration take a photo together.
Terry Edmonds speaks at an event.
President Clinton gives remarks at an event.
John Podesta, Sylvia Matthews Burwell, Mack McLarty, and Stephanie Streett participate in a panel discussion.
Stephanie Streett moderates a conversation with Rahm Emanuel.
Secretary Clinton and President Clinton speak on stage during a concert.

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The Oklahoman — Bill Clinton: What Oklahoma City can teach us

This act of unimaginable cruelty broke our hearts but brought out the very best of America. First responders, doctors and nurses, and construction workers from across the country put their own lives on hold to aid in the recovery. Donations poured in from individuals and organizations of all kinds. Schoolchildren sent drawings, cards, teddy bears and pennies. We grieved as one American family for those who lost their lives and their loved ones, the many who were wounded, and everyone whose life changed forever that day.

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