Marshall Memorial Fellowship
Not to be confused with a Marshall Scholarship.
The German Marshall Fund of the United States, one of the most important CIA front organizations, awards 75 Marshall Memorial Fellowships each year to candidates from all sectors, including business, government and civil society.
“The Marshall Memorial Fellowship is like an all-access pass to the top European political, economic, and social institutions.”
Nike Irvin (2007) 
German Marshall Fund Trustee
Most of the Fellows are mid-level people, meaning that most of them don't have an entry in Wikispooks yet. But the positions they hold are powerful, and the Agency-close GMF has created an extensive cadre of journalists, NGOs, academics, politicians and others. It people chosen in European and US state and city level politics and administration is particularly noticeable.
The MMF alumni network numbers more than 2,500 leaders. Their transatlantic engagement continues throughout their careers with GMF alumni projects, seminars, and major events.
French President Emmanuel Macron, German Green politician Annalena Baerbock (2011) and Vice-President of the European Commission Federica Mogherini (2007) have all gone through the program.
Mogherini mentioned the great value of her participation in GMF’s Marshall Memorial Fellowship Program in 2007 as an important part of her career and for her personal experience.
When it was founded in 1982, the program was envisaged as a "major traveling fellowship program, under which Europeans of potential influence in their fields, principally between the ages of 25 and 35, will be selected to come to the United States for periods of three to eight weeks for carefully structured travel or internships focused on the general areas of their interest or expertise."
In 1982, the first class of nine fellows traveled to the United States. The following year, fellows from Denmark, France, and the Netherlands were added to the program The program continued to grow and develop through the 1980s, and in the early 1990s, MMF expanded to Poland, Hungary, the Czech Republic, and Slovakia in quick succession In 1999, the program sent US fellows to Europe for the first time, and later the program expanded to include leadership candidates from the Western Balkans and Turkey.
It relies on 6 months of distance learning and 24 days of first-hand experience to facilitate knowledge and network development for effective transatlantic engagement. 
The exchange program begins in Washington, DC, where all the fellows meet to learn about the similarities and differences between Europe and the United States. Each fellow then visits a total of five communities across the Atlantic and benefits from more than 100 engagements with prominent policymakers, opinion leaders, and decision-makers, as well as leaders of change.
The majority of the program consists of a group experience, but time is set aside in each community for fellows to conduct their individual appointments. Regular debriefs provide an opportunity for fellows to reflect on their experience together and identify opportunities for transfers of knowledge and best practice.
At the end of the exchange, each fellow submits an opinion piece or a photo essay on a shared transatlantic concern or professional leadership takeaway. A select few are then published on the GMF website. The program concludes with a final program debrief that takes place one month after the exchange program, after which "a lifelong engagement with the GMF" continues.
“I was invited by the think-tank The German Marshall Fund of the United States as a fellow. I was to visit the United States for six weeks. It was fully paid. During these six weeks I could...this think-tank has very close connections to the CIA, to this day, they acquired contacts in the CIA for me and they got me access to American politicians, to everyone I wanted. Above all, they showered me with gifts.
There one told me, they knew exactly, 'hello, you were [earlier] on a diving course in Oman...' The CIA knew very precisely. And the CIA also gave me something: The diving gear. I received the diving gear in the United States, and I received an invitation from the state of Oklahoma from the governor. I went there. It was a small ceremony, and I received an honorary citizenship.
I am now honorary citizen of an American state. And in this, it is written that I will only cover the US positively. I accepted this honorary citizenship and was quite proud over it. I proudly told about it to a colleague who worked in the US. He said 'Ha, I already have 31 of these honorary citizenships!' I don't tell about this to be witty, today I am ashamed, really.
I was greedy. I accepted many advantages that a regular citizen at my age in my occupation doesn't have, and shouldn't have. But I perceived it - and that is no excuse - as entirely normal, because my colleagues around me all did the same. But this isn't normal. When journalists are invited to think-tanks in the US, like German Marshall Fund, Atlantic Bridge to 'bring them in line', for friendly making them complicit, naturally to buy them, to grease them with money.”
Udo Ulfkotte
There are only membership lists available for a few years, from around 2011. The other alumni are are gathered from miscellaneous sources mostly search engines and Wikipedia. 
- Ulrich Guntram (1984), Worked at McKinsey, specializing in system technologies.
- Viktor Orban, later Prime Minister of Hungary.
- Peter Broertjes, Netherlands. Later Editor-in-chief de Volkskrant.
- Connie Hedegaard, Denmark. Later Environment Minister.
- Ivailo Kalfin, Bulgaria, Later Foreign Minister.
- Ivan Miklos, Slovakia. Later Foreign Minister.
- Helge Sanders, Denmark. Later Minister for Science,Technology and Innovation
- Kristian Jensen, Denmark. Later Minister for Taxation 
- Jose Socrates, Portugal. Later Prime Minister.
- Piotr Pacewicz, Poland. Deputy editor-in chief, Gazeta Wyborcza
- Ethan Berkowitz, Former Minority Leader, House of Representatives, Alaska.
- Lars Barfoed, Former Minister for Family Affairs, Denmark.
- Klaus Walther, Senior Vice President Lufthansa, Germany
- Bernd von Maltzen, Vice Chairman Deutsche Bank. 
- Eva Kjer Hansen, Minister of Social Affairs, Denmark.
- Hartwig von Schubert (1983), Deacon, Joint Staff College of the German Armed Forces
- Dan Dionisie (1998), Romania Policy Analyst, United Nations Development Program
- André de Margerie (1987) Director of International Relations, ARTE France
- Jose Lemos (1989) Editor, RTP Portugal
- Dobroslaw Rodziewicz (1997), President, Board of Directors, Radio Krakow, Poland
- Evripidis Stylianidis (2002), Deputy Minister, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Greece
- Jean-Christophe Bas (1991), Development Policy Dialogue Manager, The World Bank
- Klaus Frandsen (1995), Director, Corporate Development PBS Holding, Denmark
- Bertrand Badre (1998), Managing Director Lazard Frères
- Poul Madsen (1996), Editor-in-Chief Ekstra Bladet, Denmark
- Friedbert Pﬂüger (1982) German politician
- Sava Chiser (1999) Senior Consultant, Ministry of European Integration, Romania
- Sokol Dervishaj (2006) Political Spokesman, Socialist Movement for Integration, Albania
- Nike Irvin (2002), USA. The Riordan Foundation and GMF Trustee
- Raffaella Menichini (2003), Deputy Editor La Repubblica, Italy
- Hans-Jürgen Beerfeltz (1985), Executive Director , Free Democratic Party, Germany
- Inez Dentinho (1993), Advisor to the Mayor, City of Lisbon, Portugal
- Robert Zoellick, at the time US trade representative
- Ambassador Hugo Paemen, former permanent representative of the European Union to the United States.
- Robert Kagan co-founder and director of the Project for the New American Century
- Todd Stern, former staff secretary and assistant to President Clinton for special projects
- Lee Feinstein, former deputy director of policy planning at the U.S. State Department
- Volker Stanzel senior German diplomat
- Tom Albro, Washington state, USA
- Benjamin Görlach, Germany
- Naomi Ishisaka, Washington state, USA
- Chris Rabb (2001), USA
- Elizabeth Phocas, Greece
19 of the 155 of the members already have pages here:
|Ahmed Aboutaleb||Mayor of Rotterdam. Attended the 2016 Bilderberg|
|Stacey Abrams||Up-and-coming American politician in the Democratic Party. Marshall Memorial Fellow|
|Bertrand Badré||French banker with SDS connections|
|Annalena Baerbock||"A perfect product of transatlantic leader selection."|
|Klaus-Dieter Frankenberger||Transatlantic German editor|
|Connie Hedegaard||Danish politician, multi-Bilderberger|
|Thomas Lund-Sørensen||Danish diplomat and spook who later started working for Macro Advisory Partners. Marshall Memorial Fellow 1999.|
|Emmanuel Macron||French deep state operative banker, named a possible blackmail victim of Trump.|
|Sheila Lirio Marcelo||Filipino-American businesswoman who received easy venture capital funding. Marshall Memorial Fellowship. Young Global Leader by the World Economic Forum in 2011.|
|Ivan Mikloš||WEF/Global Leaders for Tomorrow/2000. Attended the 2005 Bilderberg as Slovakia/Minister of Finance.|
|Federica Mogherini||Italian politician, WEF|
|Viktor Orbán||WEF-backed Hungarian PM who had a "coronavirus law" passed to allow him rule by decree during the state of emergency for an indefinite period<a href="#cite_note-1"></a>, which CNN termed an "outrageous power grab".|
|Ajit Pai||FCC Chair under Trump, where he planned to do away with net neutrality rules. Marshall Memorial Fellow.|
|Ruprecht Polenz||German politician. Proponent of Turkish membership in the EU.|
|Allan Silberbrandt||Danish journalist and editor. Marshall Memorial Fellow.|
|Jose Socrates||Portuguese PM responsible for austerity program after 2008|
|Udo Ulfkotte||Former editor of a German broadsheet who exposed press corruption while also subscribing to Islamophobic views.|
|Robert Zoellick||World Bank president, White House Deputy Chief of Staff, Multiple deep state connections|
- ↑ https://www.scribd.com/document/37952518/MMF-at-25-Reflections-on-a-Transatlantic-Legacy
- ↑ a b c d e https://web.archive.org/web/20211022080144/https://politjobs.com/en/job/marshall-memorial-fellowship/
- ↑ https://amcham.no/marshall-memorial-fellowship-building-transatlantic-bridges/
- ↑ https://www.gmfus.org/news/marshall-memorial-fellowship-alumna-selected-new-eu-high-representative
- ↑ https://www.faz.net/aktuell/politik/inland/unhcr-und-german-marshall-fund-baerbock-praezisiert-lebenslauf-17374953.html
- ↑ Macron http://thales.ftp-secure.com/files/assets/common/downloads/publication.pdf
- ↑ quoted in https://www.dedefensa.org/article/mogherini-face-au-systeme
- ↑ a b c d e f g h https://www.gmfus.org/sites/default/files/2021-08/1336582663GMF_history_publication_web%20%282%29.pdf
- ↑ https://www.sjc.edu/news/alumni-connect-through-german-marshall-fund
- ↑ https://oip.wayne.edu/marshall-memorial/detroit-fellows
- ↑ https://wikileaks.org/podesta-emails/emailid/48633
- ↑ https://fordschool.umich.edu/news/2011/aronoff-nuszkowski-both-mpp-03-selected-2011-american-marshall-memorial-fellows
- ↑ https://stacks.stanford.edu/file/druid:ds825tn5404/ds825tn5404.pdf
- ↑ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af https://www.scribd.com/document/37952518/MMF-at-25-Reflections-on-a-Transatlantic-Legacy
- ↑ https://www.nato.int/cps/fr/natohq/opinions_176197.htm