We’re delighted to announce our eleventh cohort, the 2019/20 Fellows. This group of twenty changemakers are bringing their skills and experience to the world of social innovation. They’ll be spending the next ten months learning to use social entrepreneurship to tackle some of the toughest issues facing the country.
Interested in applying for a future cohort? Register here.
Fiona has 8 years of experience working in research consultancy helping non-profits strengthen their engagement with the public, MPs, journalists and professionals.
With a decade of experience in communication, fashion and the arts, Rachel joins us from co-producing the Uniqlo Tate Lates.
With a background in economics and experience at top consultancies and startups, Mark wants to drive social change through his own social enterprise.
With a background in business, Sapna comes to the programme with seven years of experience in client relationship management and trading roles.
Carolina has 5 years of experience in working on international development projects in Peru and Colombia, bringing together the environment and society.
Ayesha is a multimedia journalist who has worked as a political reporter in Washington DC, a business editor in Dubai and a travel writer.
After teaching English in Spain and South America, Sergei returns to the UK to tackle social issues through social entrepreneurship.
Gervase joined the civil service fast stream and worked for six years in government designing national policies to support people in debt and fuel poverty.
Isobel has a background working across tech startups and non-profits, and previously launched a food waste initiative with local businesses in Durham.
Indy joins us from Enactus where she led and co-created a programme supporting students to create their own social action projects tackling issues like homelessness.
With 5 years of experience as an educator, Rebecca has worked in schools across the world teaching humanities and pioneering charity initiatives amongst students.
With a master’s in Neuropsychology, Denisha has been working as an Assistant Psychologist and helped set up a service for victims of London terror incidents.
Isotta joins us from volunteering in different capacities using her background in the arts, English and computer sciences to connect with young people.
Drawing from his degree in Architecture, David has been exploring advocacy through design and launching creative projects to reach the public.
Louis joins us from the Lloyds Banking Group, working with both commercial clients and their social mobility programmes.
Alice joins us from the national charity Crisis where she has been supporting and empowering those experiencing homelessness.
Max has been immersed in Newcastle’s startup ecosystem, building the city’s first map of startups.
Graduating from Yale with a degree in Mathematics, Sabrina has been working on an organic farm in Italy learning about sustainable agriculture.
With a background in cinema and video game theory, Brandon is looking to use his love of the arts to tackle deeply-rooted societal issues.
Laura joins us from a background in creative fundraising projects in the third sector in Europe and South America.