Meet The Fellows: our fifth cohort

Dedicating a year to testing and building smart solutions to social problems

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.

 

Introducing our fifth cohort

Anna-Warhurst

ANNA WARHURST

Anna has worked as a teaching assistant for children with learning disabilities and set up her own community choir.

Sagar-Gupta

SAGAR GUPTA

Sagar is a former historian, human rights lawyer and tech entrepreneur.

Flora-Neville

FLORA NEVILLE

Flora is a journalist, having written for the Financial Times and The Week.

Pavlina-Draganova

PAVLINA DRAGANOVA

Trilingual Law graduate Pavlina is passionate about advocacy, debate and public speaking.

Alice-Harvey

ALICE HARVEY

As part of her anthropology degree, Alice advised the NHS on the experience of migrant patients.

Thembe-Mvula

THEMBE MVULA

Spoken word performer Thembe recently gave a TEDx talk on the power of poetry and vulnerability.

Miriam-Chapman

MIRIAM CHAPMAN

With a background in environmentalism, Miriam’s latest focus has been on widening access to Oxford University.

Mayur-Gupta

MAYUR GUPTA

Recently returned from Kenya where he supported local entrepreneurs, Mayur is passionate about the role of business in social change.

Jess-Thompson

JESSICA THOMPSON

Jess has worked with migrant and other vulnerable groups all over the world, most recently in Ceuta, the Spanish enclave.

Sunil-Suri

SUNIL SURI

Having forged a career tackling overseas conflict and insecurity, Sunil is now focused on impact at home.

Giuliana-Mazza-Coates

GIULIANA MAZZA COATES

Linguist Giuliana has volunteered and worked in Brazil, Italy and Argentina with children in care and homeless people.

Charlotte-Whittaker

CHARLOTTE WHITTAKER

Classics graduate Charlotte was active in addressing mental health issues while at university.

Marta-Costa

MARTA COSTA

Marta is an international relations graduate with a particular interest in Brazilian favelas.

Danielle-Meredith

DANIELLE MEREDITH

Danielle was chair of Cambridge University’s social enterprise society and is interested in microfinance models.

Laura-MacCartney

LAURA MACARTNEY

Laura has extensive experience of using the arts – particularly forum theatre – as a tool for social change.

HECTOR SMETHURST

Economist Hector recently undertook the Balloon Ventures entrepreneurship programme in Kenya.

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