My father is a graduate of Harvard Business School. HBS's alumni association (not exactly sure if it's actually the alumni association, but I am guessing it is) creates a "profile" book for each graduating class of HBS every 5 or 10 years (any year that there is a class reunion).
At a minimum, the profile book contains each alumnus's name, the section they were affiliated with when they were a student at HBS and their current city/country of residence. Some people's profiles only contain the absolute bare minimum, other people have photos and very detailed entries about the various minutiae in their lives (career, family, etc.)
I flipped through the thing pretty casually, but some notable names that caught my eye:
Mr. Dimon's profile only contained the bare minimum. His name, section at HBS, and current job title: