Notable US Jaycees
BIRD, Larry Joe
U.S. former National Basketball Association (NBA) basketball player, coach, and team president; theonly person in NBA history to be named Most Valuable Player, Coach of the Year, and Executive of the Year.
Past Regional Director for the African region, U.S. Peace Corps; past JCI Secretary General.
46th and current Governor of Kansas, United States Senator (1996-2011), Member of the United State House of Representatives (1995-1996); past member of JCI Manhattan, Kansas.
Chief Justice, Supreme Court of the United States (1969-1986); President of the Saint Paul Jaycees (JCI Saint Paul) (1937), Minnesota, USA.
BUSH, George H. W.
41st President of the United States of America (1989–93), 43rd Vice President of the United States (1981–89), congressman, ambassador; past member of JCI Texas, USA.
CLINTON, William J. “Bill”
42nd President of the United States of America (1993-2001); past member of Fayetteville Jaycees (JCI Fayetteville), AK, USA.
CONDON, Robert E. “Bob”
One of the organizers of the American Legion founded in Paris; Executive Secretary of Peace Conference (1918-1919); 7th President of the United States Jaycees (JCI USA) (1926).
COVERDELL, Paul Douglas
United States Senator (1992-2000), director of the Peace Corps (1989-1991); past member of JCI Atlanta in Georgia, USA.
FORD, Gerald R.
38th President of the United States of America (1974-1977), 40th Vice President of the United States (1973-1974); past member of JCI Grand Rapids in Michigan, USA.
United States Senator, 53rd Governor of Kentucky; President of the US Jaycees (JCI USA) (1956- 57); past JCI President, JCI Senator.
GORE, Albert “Al”
45th Vice President of the United States (1993-2001); past member of Smith County Jaycees (JCI Smith County), USA.
Former US Heavyweight Boxing Champion, ranked by many boxing experts as one of the greatest heavyweight fighters of all time.
Pioneer aviator, industrialist and filmmaker
HUMPHREY, Hubert H.
38th Vice President of the United States of America (1965–1969); United States Senator; past President of the Minneapolis Jaycees (JCI Minneapolis), Minnesota, USA.
UNICEF Representative to Brazil (1978), JCI Secretary General (1955-1958)
JOHNSON, Lyndon Baines
36th President of the United States of America (1963–1969), 37th Vice President of the United States of America (1961–1963).
JONES, Don E.
Former Mayor of Bossier City in Louisiana, USA; JCI Treasurer (1984), past National President of the United States Jaycees (JCI USA) (1982-1983).
KENNEDY, John F.
35th President of the United States of America (1961-1963); past member of JCI Massachusetts, USA; recipient of the Ten Outstanding Young Americans (TOYA) award.
Famous American pioneer aviator.
Often referred to as America’s “pioneer meeting planner,” publicity and promotion chairman, State Convention of Minnesota Jaycees (JCI Minnesota) (1948).
McCANN, Terrance J.
Executive Director of Toastmasters International, former United States Jaycees (JCI USA) staff officer.
MONAGHAN, Thomas S.
Chief Executive Officer of Dominos Pizza; past member of Michigan Jaycees (JCI Michigan), USA.
39th Vice President of the United States of America (1977–1981).
NIXON, Richard M.
37th President of the United States of America (1969–1974); past member of JCI California, USA; JCI Senator.
QUAYLE, James Danforth “Dan”
44th Vice President of the United States (1989–1993), United States Representative and United States Senator from the state of Indiana.
41st Vice President of the United States of America (1974–1977), 49th Governor of New York (1959– 1973); past Vice President of JCI New York, USA.
36th Governor of California (1991–1999), USA; past member of the San Diego Jaycees (JCI San Diego), California.
An extended list of Notable World Jaycees can be found here.