2. William John Cooper, The Educator. He began his career as a public high school teacher in Stockton, California. After many moves up the ranks, he became the Commissioner of Education (now, Secretary of Education) under the Coolidge, Hoover, and Roosevelt administrations.
3. Tracy B. Kittredge, The Savior. Kittredge served in the navy during the Great War. After the war, he served on a commission for the relief of Belgium. Soon thereafter, he became the Secretary-General of the newly formed International Red Cross. There's even a street in Berkeley named after him.
Pretty darn impressive.