President Donald Trump’s cabinet has already gone through a couple of changes since Trump took office — Gen. John Kelly has stepped out of his role as Homeland Security secretary in order to become White House chief of staff, and Tom Price resigned from the Department of Health and Human services after using taxpayer money to fund expensive private jet travel.
Although a number of cabinet members are not serving in the fields they have expertise in, all of them have attended universities — some of which include America’s most prestigious academic institutions. Several members are Georgetown alums.
Here’s where each cabinet member, including cabinet-level officials, went to college:
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson was a section leader in the University of Texas at Austin marching band.
Tillerson graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in civil engineering in 1975.
Source: News 4 San Antonio
Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin was a member of the secret society Skull and Bones at Yale University.
Mnuchin was also the publisher of the “Yale Daily News.”
Defense Secretary James Mattis got a Bachelor’s in history from Central Washington University as part of the ROTC program.
Mattis later went on to get a Master’s at the National War College in Washington, DC.