Our Fellows are a diverse group of graduates and young professionals who are ambitious about making society better. They have included engineers, journalists, actors, tech entrepreneurs, lawyers, management consultants and activists.
Get to know a handful below.
Daisy founded a theatre project at university to connect inner city young people with professional arts organisations.
UCL graduate Sehel has worked in the social enterprise field in Australia, Kenya and the UK.
Photographer and filmmaker Benoit has worked for Monocle Magazine and Pact Coffee.
Sarah’s interest in refugees started at University. She went on to work in a refugee camp in Greece.
George studied History and Politics at the University of Warwick and volunteered for his local MP.
Alex grew up in Australia, studied Mandarin in Beijing and worked for a tech startup in London.
Leaving a career in marketing and advertising, Dan is passionate about building better lives for others.
Aaron was the founding President of Enactus Bangor, seeding student-led social enterprises.
Criminal lawyer Kyle organizes Manchester’s PechaKucha group and runs events for The Holborn magazine.
Emma comes from the creative industry and recently founded art business, Art Thou.
Civil Engineer Maddy recently returned from volunteering with vulnerable children in Latin America.
Ayshah is a graphic design graduate interested in culture, islamophobia and racial integration.
Law graduate Ebun has worked for legal charity Just for Kids Law and is a school governor at Forest Academy in Croydon.
Cambridge grad Kevin has left the world of software engineering to pursue a career in social innovation.
Tom managed operations for a North London elderly care facility and went on to work for Place To Be.
Law graduate Liz has lived in Vancouver for the last 2 years providing Legal Aid services to vulnerable people.
Sabine has a degree in Social and Behavioural Sciences from the Erasmus University College of Rotterdam.
Alex has worked for anti-bullying charity Red Balloon and used to be an English teacher in Jordan.
Leyla has worked for Footfall Theatre and Action Productions, creating films for charities and ethical businesses.