A World More Just

INCREASING ACCESS TO EDUCATION IN ZIMBABWE

By Barbra Nyangairi (Zimbabwe ’16) Through the organization that I co-founded—the Deaf Zimbabwe Trust—we are currently working on increasing access to quality education for children and young people with deafness, through advocacy for policy reform and placement of deaf young people

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SMART CITY INNOVATOR BUILDS EQUITY

United States Austin, Texas is a city that boasts of booming technology and innovation start-ups, with a growing skyline to match. The transition in the city has been rapid and quite remarkable.  However, with the growth has come a painful

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BUILDING RACIAL AND ECONOMIC EQUITY IN THE U.S.

United States Rhonda Broussard (USA ’14) is founder and chief executive officer of Beloved Community, a leading consulting firm on diversity, equity and inclusion. At the time of her fellowship, she led an association of language-immersion charter schools in St. Louis. She

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USING JOURNALISM TO STRENGTHEN DEMOCRACY

Indonesia Three Eisenhower Fellows, all women, all from Indonesia, are using their fellowship experiences across decades to collaborate and enact change in Southeast Asia. Yuli Ismartono (Indonesia ’97) , a prominent journalist and media trailblazer, uses communications to build democracy in Indonesia and Southeast

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JOINING FORCES TO END HUNGER

India “How can we steer technology in a way that it benefits society and the environment?”  —Sanjay Podder (India ’17) “No child will be deprived of education because of hunger.” —Shridhar Venkat (India ’14) Sanjay Podder is the managing director of

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