Our Fellows are a diverse group of graduates and young professionals who are ambitious about making society better. They include engineers, journalists, tech entrepreneurs and social researcher.
Get to know a handful below.
Anna has worked as a teaching assistant for children with learning disabilities and set up her own community choir.
Sagar is a former historian, human rights lawyer and tech entrepreneur.
Flora is a journalist, having written for the Financial Times and The Week.
Trilingual Law graduate Pavlina is passionate about advocacy, debate and public speaking.
As part of her anthropology degree, Alice advised the NHS on the experience of migrant patients.
Spoken word performer Thembe recently gave a TEDx talk on the power of poetry and vulnerability.
With a background in environmentalism, Miriam’s latest focus has been on widening access to Oxford University.
Recently returned from Kenya where he supported local entrepreneurs, Mayur is passionate about the role of business in social change.
Jess has worked with migrant and other vulnerable groups all over the world, most recently in Ceuta, the Spanish enclave.
Having forged a career tackling overseas conflict and insecurity, Sunil is now focused on impact at home.
Linguist Giuliana has volunteered and worked in Brazil, Italy and Argentina with children in care and homeless people.
Classics graduate Charlotte was active in addressing mental health issues while at university.
Marta is an international relations graduate with a particular interest in Brazilian favelas.
Danielle was chair of Cambridge University’s social enterprise society and is interested in microfinance models.
Laura has extensive experience of using the arts – particularly forum theatre – as a tool for social change.
Economist Hector recently undertook the Balloon Ventures entrepreneurship programme in Kenya.