British State Dinner guest list

The White House has just released the 362 people on the guest list for tonight’s state dinner for the United Kingdom. (Highlights: State dinner VIPs include Clooney, Carey Mulligan, “Wire” stars, Warren Buffett)

(Also: Who’s at the state dinner head table?)

See it on the White House web site here, or below.

- President Obama and Michelle Obama

- David Cameron, British prime minister, and Samantha Cameron

- Gerald Acker and Caryn Acker

- David Adjaye and Ashley Jasmine Shaw-Scott

- Mark Alderman and Sue Ellen Alderman

- Gen. John R. Allen and Katherine Allen

- Brooke Anderson, deputy assistant to the president and National Security Council chief of staff, and James Salter

- Jean-Phillipe Austin and Maggie Austin

- Alejandro Baez, National Security Council director for NATO and Western European Affairs, and Linda Ann Baez

- Lionel Barber and Victoria Greenwood

- Philip Barton and Amanda Barton

- Matthew Barzun and Brooke Barzun

- Tom Bernstein and Andrea Bernstein

- John Berry, Office of Personnel Management director, and Curtis Yee

- Gabby Bertin, press secretary to Prime Minister Cameron

- Hunter Biden and Kathleen Biden

- Vice President Biden and Jill Biden

- Rebecca Blank, acting deputy commerce secretary, and Hanns Kuttner

- Antony Blinken, deputy assistant to the president and national security adviser to the vice president, and Evan Ryan, assistant to the vice president and special assistant to the president

- John Robinson Block and Susan Jones-Block

- Neil G. Bluhm and Leslie Bluhm

- David Bohnett and Deborah Borda

- Hugh Bonneville and Lulu Williams

- Richard Branson

- John Brennan, White House homeland security adviser, and Katherine Brennan

- Wally Brewster and Robert Satawake

- Leilani Brown and Stanton Brown

- Elaine Brye and Courtney William Brye

- John Bryson, commerce secretary, and April
- Susanna Boyd, assistant commerce secretary

- Susan Buffett and David Lane

- Warren Buffett and Astrid M. Buffett

- William Burns, deputy secretary of state, and Lisa Carty

- Jonathan Capehart and Nicholas Schmit IV

- Jay Carney, White House press secretary, and Claire Shipman

- John Casson, foreign policy adviser to Cameron

- Cindy Chang, White House homeland security adviser, and Marvin D. Nicholson, White House special adviser

- Mark Bradley Childress, assistant to the president, and Katherine Childress

- Steven Chu, energy secretary, and Arun Majumdar, director, Advanced Research Projects Agency

- Hillary Rodham Clinton, secretary of state

George Clooney

- Bradford Collins and Barbara Walsh

- Garrett Copeland and Tatiana Copeland

- Jim Crown and Paula Hannaway Crown

- John Crumpler and Lou Crumpler

- Kim Darroch, British national security adviser

- Benjamin Deardorf and Amy Deardorf

- Sarah Degrandpre and Paul Shinkman

- Nancy-Ann DeParle, White House deputy chief of staff for policy, and Jason P. DeParle

- Meredith DeWitt and Terry DeWitt

- Rep. John Dingell (D-Mich.) and Deborah Dingell

- Thomas Donilon, national security adviser, and Cathy Russell, chief of staff to Jill Biden

- Oliver Dowden, adviser to Cameron

- Ted Dwane and Isabel Soden

- Joe Echevarria and AnnaMaria Echevarria

Idris Elba

- Fred Eychaner

- Joseph Falk and Mark Scott

- Catherine Fall, deputy chief of staff to Cameron

Jon Favreau, assistant to the president, and Nikki Buffa, deputy director of cabinet affairs

- Rajiv Kumar Fernando and Jennifer Lynn Pelaez

- John Frank and Delia Jampel

- William Freeman and Babs Freeman

- Lou Frillman and Carol Frillman

- Michael B.G. Froman, deputy national security adviser, and Nancy Goodman

- Anthony Gardner and Alejandra Gardner

- Timothy F. Geithner, treasury secretary

- William Gelling, private secretary to the British foreign secretary

- Stephen Gilbert, political secretary to Cameron

- Timothy E. Gill and Scott C. Miller

- Philip H. Gordon, assistant secretary of state for European Affairs, and Rachel Gordon

- Chad Griffin and Jerome Fallon

- Marc Grossman, U.S. special representative for Afghanistan and Pakistan, and Mildred Patterson

- Amy Gutmann and Michael Gutmann

- William Hague, British secretary of state for foreign and commonwealth affairs

- Kamala Harris, California attorney general, and Maya Harris

- Rupert Harrison, special adviser to the chancellor

- Samuel Heins and Stacey Mills

- Heather A. Higginbottom, office of management and budget deputy director, and Daniel Alejandro Sepulveda, assistant secretary for congressional affairs

- Steve Hilton, policy director to Cameron

- Don Hinkle and Mimi Graham

- Gary Hirshberg, and Margaret Hirshberg

- Nancy D. Hogan, deputy assistant to the president, and Peter T. Gage

- Eric Holder, attorney general, and Sharon Malone

- John P. Holdren, office of science and technology policy director

- April Holmes and Estee Portnoy

- Gwen Ifill and Wendell Pierce

- Jony Ive

- Tony James and Amabel Boyce James

- Valerie Jarrett, assistant and senior adviser to Obama

- Martha Johnson, administrator of general services, and Steve Johnson

- Barry Karas and Bruce Green

- Sen. Ted Kaufman (D-Del.) and Lynne Kaufman

- Katty Kay and Thomas Richard Carver

- Janet Keller and Bernard Earl Schneider

- Patrick F. Kennedy, undersecretary of state for management, and Elizabeth Swope

- Sen. John Kerry (D-Mass.) and Teresa Heinz Kerry

- Bradley Kiley and James M. Coley

- Charlie Kireker and Marie Kireker

- Edward Koch and Diane Mulcahy

- Orin Kramer and Kerry Kennedy

- Alan Krueger, council of economic advisers chair, and Lisa Krueger

- Eric Lander and Lori Lander

- James Lassiter and Mai Lassiter

- Debra Lee and Londel McMillan

- John Legend and Christine Teigen

- Suzi Levine and Eric Levine

- Jacob Lew, White House chief of staff, and Ruth Schwartz

- Chuck Lewis and Penny Sebring

- Denise Rosemarie Lewis

- Damian Lewis and Helen McCrory

- Joe Liemandt and Andra Liemandt

- Ed David Llewellyn, chief of staff to Cameron

- Ben Lovett and Jemima Janey

- Chris Lu, assistant to Obama, and Katie Thomson

- Jonathan Luff, senior adviser to Cameron

- Sen. Richard Lugar (R-Ind.) and Charlene Lugar

- Douglas Lute, national security council special assistant to the president, and Jane Lute, deputy security of homeland security

- James MacGilvray and Janey MacGilvray

- Laurence Mann, political private secretary to Cameron

- Capricia Marshall, United States chief of protocol, and Robert Marshall

- Winston Marshall and Susan Cooney

- Alyssa Mastromonaco, White House deputy chief of staff for operations, and Danielle Crutchfield, deputy assistant for scheduling and advance

- Terry McAuliffe and Dorothy McAuliffe

- Sen. Claire McCaskill (D-Mo.) and Joseph Shepard

- Denis McDonough, deputy national security adviser, and Karin McDonough

- Elizabeth Lee McGovern and Simon Adam Curtis

- Rory McIlroy and Conor Ridge

- Tony Miller, deputy education secretary, and Carole Miller

- Marcus Mumford and Carey Mulligan

- Cecilia Munoz and Amit A. Pandya

- James Murray and Bruce Randolph Murray

- Janet Napolitano, secretary of homeland security, and Leonard Napolitano

- Martin Hughes Nesbitt and Anita Kay Blanchard

- Susan Ness and Lawrence Schneider

- Thomas R. Nides, management and resources deputy secretary of state, and Virginia Moseley

- Craig Stewart Oliver, British director of communications

- Martin O’Malley, governor of Maryland, and Katie O’Malley

- George Gideon Osborne, chancellor of the Exchequer

- Maria Otero, civilian security, democracy and human rights undersecretary of state, and Joe Eldridge

- Michael Monroe Partham and Hyeok Kim

- Carol Pensky and David Pensky

- Dana Matthew Perlman and Hugh Kinsellagh

- Thomas John Perrelli, associate attorney general, and Kristine Joy Lucius

- Leroy Petry and Ashley Petry

- Dan Pfeiffer, assistant to Obama

- David Plouffe, senior adviser to Obama, and Olivia Morgan

- John Prendergrast

- Mike Ramos and Joelle Ramos

- Ben Rhodes, deputy assistant to Obama, and Ann Norris

- Susan Rice, U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, and Ian Cameron

- Ellen Richman and Richard Richman

- Ivan Rogers, adviser to Cameron

- Ruth Rogers and Roo Rogers

- Ginni Rometty and Mark Rometty

- Charlie Rose and Amanda Burden

- Hilary Rosen and John Kelly

- Simon Rosenberg and Caitlin Durkovich

- Robert Rosenwasser and Deborah August

- Pete Rouse, senior adviser to Obama, and Courtney M. Chapin

- Virginia Rustique-Petteni and Nick Booth

- Ken Salazar, interior secretary, and David Hayes, deputy interior secretary

- Antonin Scalia, Supreme Court justice, and Maureen M. Scalia

- Sen. Charles Schumer (D-N.Y.) and Iris Weinshall

- John Scully and Regina Scully

- Kathleen Sebelius, health and human services secretary, and Ned Sebelius

- Rajiv J. Shah and Shivam Mallick Shah

- Diana Shaw Clark and Simon Clark

- Jeff Shell and Laura Shell

- Wendy Sherman, undersecretary of state for political affairs, and Bruce Stokes

- Elizabeth Sherwood-Randall, National Security Council special assistant to the president and senior director for European affairs, and Jeffrey Randall

- Mark Leonard Shurtleff, Utah attorney general, and M’liss Shurtleff

- Marva Smalls and Francisco Lopes Borges

- Jay Snyder and Tracy Snyder

- Hilda Solis, Labor secretary, and Rebecca Zapanta

- Isabel Spearman, chief of staff to Samantha Cameron

- Gene Sperling, national economic council director, and Allison Abner

- Andrew Sullivan and Aaron Tone

- Louis Susman, U.S. ambassador to Britain, and Marjorie Susman

- Sally Susman and Robin Canter

- Paul Tash and Karyn Tash

- Stuart Taylor II and Evonne Taylor

- Tina Tchen, chief of staff to Michelle Obama

- Gillian Tett and Richard Philip McGregor

- John W. Thompson and Sandi Thompson

- George Tsunis and Olga Tsunis

- Adam Tudhope

- James Turley and Lynne Turley

- Deborah Wais and Marshall Wais

- Randi Weingarten and Louise Anne Rogers

- Harvey Weinstein and Georgina Chapman

- Peter Westmacott, British ambassador to the United States, and Susan Nemazee Westmacott

- Eric E. Whitaker and Cheryl Whitaker

- Simon Wilson and Irmgard Wilson

- James A. Winnefeld and Mary A. Winnefeld

- Anna Wintour and Shelby Bryan

- Richard Wolffe and Paula Cuello

- Neal Wolin, deputy treasury secretary, and Nicole Elkon

- Jeffret D. Zients, director of the Office of Management and Budget, and Mary M. Zients



Read also:

VIPs at the British State Dinner: George Clooney, Warren Buffett, and Carey Mulligan

Who’s at the head table?

Michelle Obama’s dress for the British State Dinner at the White House


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