Fellows by Category
Sasha Chanoff is finding lasting solutions for the world’s most vulnerable refugees.
Stuart Cohen is creating new tools to reverse the paradigm of growth away from sprawling big box development, and to instead revitalize our existing towns and cities by planning for people, not cars—a reversal that has tremendous potential to reduce global warming pollution and improve social outcomes as the country grows by 100 million by 2050.
Creating a survivor-led national reform movement to change policy and public attitudes around the commercial sexual exploitation of children.
Jason McLennan is creating incentives and new practices so that the built environment improves health, well-being while increasing our access to a diverse and productive natural world.
Susan, who became a wheelchair rider at the age of 18, is reimagining the meaning of full citizenship for people with disabilities in the context of international development.
Creating consumer-centered tools – such as the first advocacy-owned biobank – and shifting incentives so people most affected by a disease can initiate and manage their research and treatment. Sharon inspires researchers, healthcare providers and disease communities to share resources and infrastructure, enabling new systems that accelerate biomedical research and services.