Faculty Directory

Judd Gregg

Senior Fellow, Center for Business, Government & Society





JD, Boston University Law School, 1972; LLM, Boston University Law School, 1975; AB, Columbia University, 1969; Honorary: LL.D., Dartmouth College, 2006; LL.D., Boston College, 2005; LL.D., Saint Anselm College, 2001; LL.D., University of New Hampshire, 1990

Areas of Expertise

Health care, economic and financial regulatory issues, fiscal policy, international affairs

Professional Activities

Academic positions

  • Distinguished Fellow: Dartmouth College, 2013–present

Nonacademic positions

  • Chief Executive Officer, Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association, 2013–present
  • Senior Advisor, New Mountain Capital, LLC., 2011–present
  • United States Senator, 1993–2011
  • Governor, State of New Hampshire, 1989–93
  • United States Representative, 1981–89
  • Executive Council of New Hampshire, 1978-80

Board memberships

  • Honeywell International Inc.,
  • Stroz Friedberg, LLC


  • The Concord Coalition’s “Paul E. Tsongas Economic Patriot Award” honoring commitment to the coalition’s goals of fiscal and generational responsibility, November 2009
  • The Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests “Conservationist of the Year Award” in recognition of Senator Gregg’s securing federal funding for the purchase of a conservation easement on the Connecticut Lakes Headwaters Land, September 2003
  • The Appalachian Mountain Club’s “Conservation Champion Award” for commitment to conservation in the State of New Hampshire, October 2003
  • Americans for Our Heritage and Recreation “Rough Rider Award” in recognition of Senator Gregg’s support for the federal Land and Water Conservation Fund program, which acquires and preserves recreational lands, August 2003
  • “Friend of Cancer Research” for support of the cancer research community, March 2009
  • Big Brothers/Big Sisters of America (BBBS) “National Leadership Award” in recognition of Senator Gregg’s assistance in increasing federal support for juvenile mentoring programs like BBBS in New Hampshire and nationwide, June 2005
  • National Center for Missing and Exploited Children “Congressional Leadership Award” for continued support of programs designed to keep children safe, May 2002
  • Boston College Law School “Founders Medal,” given to members of the Law School community or legal profession who embody the traditions of professionalism, scholarship and service, May 2005
  • City Year New Hampshire “Lifetime of Service Award,” recognizing Senator and Mrs. Gregg’s dedication and commitment to service projects across New Hampshire, April 2005
  • New England Council’s Moakley-Chafee “New Englander of the Year Award” in recognition of extraordinary commitment, leadership, and contributions to New England, October 2001