Michael Warren ’90 B.A., B.A.
Michael Warren is the global managing director of Albright Stonebridge Group, a business strategy firm he co-founded in 2009, where he advises clients at the intersection of the public, private, and social sectors.
For the past two decades, Mr. Warren has built a career as a leader in financial services, international business, and government policy. A longtime resident of Washington, D.C., he is also known for his engagement in local and national politics. Prior to establishing Albright Stonebridge Group, he worked at McKinsey & Company, focusing on technology and financial institution practices. He was executive director of the National Economic Council at the White House under President Clinton, and served in the Office of the Secretary of the U.S. Department of Labor. During the first term of Barack Obama’s presidency, Mr. Warren became senior advisor in the White House Presidential Personnel Office, overseeing appointments for government economic agencies. President Obama also appointed him to the Overseas Private Investment Corporation (OPIC) board of directors. Mr. Warren is a trustee of the District of Columbia Retirement Board, the district’s public pension fund, whose investment committee he chairs. He is also a director of Commonfund, an asset management firm serving non-profit organizations, and of Walker & Dunlop, a premier commercial real estate finance company. At Yale, he serves on the School of Management Board of Advisors and on the President’s Council on International Activities. Mr. Warren received a B.A. in history from Yale and a degree in philosophy, politics, and economics from Balliol College at Oxford University, where he was a Rhodes Scholar. A former member of the University Council, he was elected an alumni fellow in 2018.