“Though force can protect in emergency, only justice, fairness, consideration and cooperation can finally lead men to the dawn of eternal peace.” – President Dwight D. Eisenhower
After completing their fellowship…
1 out of 2 Fellows led or participated in an effort to broaden inclusion of marginalized or disengaged people
2 out of 3 Fellows increased their engagement with a civic organization
1 out of 3 Fellows led/participated in a social justice initiative
1 out of 4 Fellows reduced inequality
Read or watch more about our Fellows here:
Jorge Riopedre (USA ’15) admits that his life would likely have taken a far different course had it not been for doctors who cared for him when he was a child. He is now repaying the gift by offering health and hope to immigrant communities in the midwestern region of the United States.
In Pakistan, Zehra Farooq (Pakistan ’17) aspires to transform the country’s tax programs to improve the lives of the poor.
In the southern region of the United States, Rhonda Broussard (USA ’14) is building racial and economic equity.
Making a place for the “haves” and the “not haves, yet” in every city around the world, Chelsea Collier (USA/Zhi-Xing ’16) is a smart city innovator building equity.
From New Zealand to the United States, Susan Patrick (USA ’16) is providing access to quality education.