FELLOWS CONFRONTING COVID

Around the world, Eisenhower Fellows are rolling up their sleeves and coming together to fight the coronavirus pandemic. We are hearing from them regularly in our EF virtual family chats, online discussions that allow us to check in with our

Read More »

INCREASING ACCESS TO EDUCATION IN ZIMBABWE

By Barbra Nyangairi (Zimbabwe 2016) 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

Read More »

FINANCIER INVESTS FOR ENVIRONMENTAL AND SOCIAL GOOD

San Francisco, California On Fellowship in India and Indonesia he learned that access to capital was the biggest constraint on growth for sustainable-agriculture, alternative-energy and other renewable-resource companies that generally are too large for microfinance loans but too small for

Read More »

Rishma Vora

Rishma Vora, 21, is a 2023 graduate of Georgetown University where she earned a Bachelor’s in Science degree in Foreign Service. As an undergraduate she founded Guzaarish (Urdu for hope, wish or desire), a Bollywood-fusion dance team that has excelled

Read More »

Riley Owen

Riley Owen, 24, is a 2023 graduate of Princeton University, where he majored in Public and International Affairs, helped lead the Latter-Day Saints Student Association and oversaw the men’s rugby team as its president. At the university’s Center for International

Read More »

Grace Fox

Grace Fox, 21, graduated from Columbia University in 2023 with a double major in psychology and ethnicity and race studies. A Native American from the Seminole Nation of Oklahoma, she was a congressional intern with the environmentally conscious Udall Foundation,

Read More »

Olakunle Atanda

Olakunle Atanda, 30, known as Kay, is a World Bank Program Officer and Acting Team Lead overseeing the Small States Program that supports nations whose fragile economies are particularly vulnerable to external shocks such as climate change. In prior roles

Read More »
Scroll to Top