Our first 2015 cohort: Meet the Fellows

Introducing our latest cohort of 16 Fellows.

 

SamB

SAM BOYD

Previously a Policy Officer at the Shaw Trust, Sam is now keen to try his hand at social entrepreneurship.

ElliePritchard

ELLIE PRITCHARD

Ellie is an illustrator and animator with an interest in inclusive design and accessibility.

JoshBabarinde

JOSH BABARINDE

Josh graduated from the LSE with a degree in politics and is an avid campaigner and parkour enthusiast.

MeganLewis

MEGAN LEWIS

Lancaster graduate Megan is a keen volunteer, dedicated traveller and travel writer, and casual artist.

ImogenSchon

IMOGEN SCHON

Former President of the Cambridge Union Society, Imogen is a children’s rights campaigner.

EmilySpragg

EMILY SPRAGG

Social anthropologist Emily is a committed volunteer and sportswoman – at home and abroad.

LivDowd

OLIVIA DOWD

Olivia is a UCL geography graduate and theatre enthusiast, having recently written a play about Ireland.

JoshFalconerRoberts

JOSH FALCONER-ROBERTS

Cambridge graduate Josh has a background in mental health and employability.

MatthewTull

MATT TULL

Matt comes to Year Here from Diabetes UK, where he managed a Nesta-funded peer-support project.

MirandaDixon

MIRANDA DIXON

Miranda is a Graphic Design graduate and former member of The RSA’s Great Recovery Team.

Karisma

KARISMA DESAI

Karisma is a History grad, having studied everything from Indian colonial protest to the UK’s Gay Liberation Front.

Luke-Davis2

LUKE DAVIS

Luke is a Newcastle graduate and freelance writer who recently helped reopen a village pub.

Clare-Davis

CLARE DAVIS

Clare has a drama degree and is passionate about theatre as a vehicle for social change.

CosmoMurray

COSMO MURRAY

Cosmo graduated from Bristol with a degree in Law, within which he explored the LGBT struggle in Africa

HannahGerman

HANNAH GERMAN

Hannah has a first class degree in History from Sussex and a background in international development.

GulRasool

GUL RASOOL

Gul is a UCL-educated anthropologist and recently completed the International Citizen Service in Tanzania.

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