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Showcasing the Global Network of Kellogg Fellows

Patrick Bassett, KNFP-7, President, NAIS (National Association of Independent Schools

Patrick Bassett Quick Fact: Part of my work is to conduct leadership seminars for school heads and trustees all over the country and the world: in the last two years I did so in South Africa, Thailand, Greece, Turkey, Madeira Islands (Portugal) and Budapest. Next year I‚’ll do the same in Ireland, Panama, India, and Malaysia.

Paul Hill, Jr., KNFP-10
CEO/President, East End Neighborhood House

Paul Hill Quick Fact: 2002 recipient of 100 Black Men Mentor Award (Cleveland, OH)
Recently completed an 18 month professional training program – Organization and Systems Development via The Gestalt Institute of Cleveland
Hill, P (2002), Africentric Rites of Passage: Nurturing the Next Generation, Counseling African American Families, 61-71

Peter Linkow, KNFP-4
President, Work/Family Directions (WFD)

Rick Jackson, KNFP-8
President, Center for Teacher Formation

Rick Jackson Quick Fact: Rick co-directs the Center for Teacher Formation with his wife, Marcy Jackson. Parker J. Palmer is the senior advisor. Rick recently published, ‚”Courage to Teach: A Retreat Program of Personal and Professional Renewal for Educators,‚” with Marcy Jackson in ‚”Stories of the Courage to Teach: Honoring the Teacher‚’s Heart,‚” edited by Sam Intrator (KNFP-14). Rick will soon have a chapter in ‚”Teaching with Fire: Poetry that Sustains the Courage to Teach,‚” edited by Sam Intrator and Megan Scribner, a project of the Center for Teacher Formation, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, and Jossey Bass Publishers.

Dean of Faculty, Rollins College, Florida

Roger Casey ‚”Ignore structure. Structure in higher education is the biggest impediment to getting anything done.‚”

Suzanne Burgoyne, KNFP-2
Professor of Theatre, University of Missouri/Columbia,

Quick Fact: Suzanne has been editor of Theatre Topics, is currently Professional Development Chair for the Association of Theatre in Higher Education, and has published articles on directing and American drama in Theatre Journal, American Drama, Theatre Topics, and Text and Performance Quarterly. Burgoyne is a 2000/2001 PEW Carnegie Scholar and is currently conducting research related to the scholarship of teaching and learning in theatre.

Sally Z. Hare (KNFP 11), Director, Center for Education and Community, Surfside Beach, South Carolina
‚”I lived my questions‚, not searching for answers, but truly loving the questions‚, and I landed at the intersection of education and community.‚”

Kellogg Fellows' TED Talks

Check out this TED or TEDx talk by one of our fellows or view the full library.

Paul Hill, Jr.: Rituals and Community Regeneration

Kellogg Fellows answer WDYDWYD?

Awaken the dream

I have always wanted to know what’s beyond the mountain. As a child living on the edge of Old Pascua, a Yaqui village in Tucson, Arizona, I often enquired as to who lived on the other side of the mountain, and if the people there were like us or different.