Since our founding in 1953, more than 2,400 Eisenhower Fellows have advanced that mission, serving in 115 countries as leaders of government, business, civil society, science, technology, medicine, education, energy, agriculture, the law, the arts and journalism.
Eisenhower Fellows serve the underserved, lead major companies, help keep the peace and drive financial markets. They shape and implement public policy, empower women in the world’s great cities, advance sustainable development in its most remote rural areas, drive innovative public-private partnerships and bring creative cross-disciplinary approaches to address societal challenges around the world.
For more than 67 years, Eisenhower Fellowships has connected and empowered these exceptional leaders through various network programs and activities to support their work and help drive their impact.
2022 Annual Meeting