June 11, 2019

Kellogg Fellow Launches Nation’s First Racial Equity-Oriented Financial Institution

Rende Progress Capital Targets Racial Wealth Gap with Loans to Entrepreneurs of Color

June 7, 2019

Southern African Kellogg Fellows Team Up to Address Challenges

KFLA Network Supports Children, Families and Communities

May 31, 2019

Latin American Kellogg Fellows Collaborate Closely for Common Good

KFLA Global Summit Sparks Many New Partnerships

April 23, 2019

Three Sisters Kitchen Nourishes Albuquerque’s Communities

Kellogg Fellow Sees Healthy Food Access as Basic Right

March 26, 2019

N.C. Congresswoman Alma Adams on Hunger and Closing the Gap

The Kellogg fellow is in her third term representing North Carolina 12th Congressional District

March 11, 2019

Kellogg Fellows Examining Equity through Food

How can issues of societal and racial equity be better understood through the lens of food?

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Innovation Blog

Showcasing the Global Network of Kellogg Fellows

As I’ve delved into the worlds of non-profit work and political aspiration one common thread seems to join them — both are driven by extremely passionate people.

Achievement of national preparedness – given current natural and man-made threats – requires a heightened capacity for effective cross-sector government, business, and nonprofit, coordination of effort. This objective is hindered by the tendency of leaders to advocate the specific interests and purposes of their narrow SILO of activity.

What do you think of when asked about effective leadership?

  • A bold, charismatic communicator?
  • A trusted, wise counselor?
  • A group of quiet, behind-the-scenes collaborators?

All are valid attributes as history shows successful leadership has come in many different styles.

Over the past year, it has been a great pleasure to work with KFLA in planning the Alliance’s 2011 conference on civic engagement, with the theme of leadership for the common good.

Every day, it seems, we learn of an apology from a prominent executive, celebrity, or political figure in response to an indiscretion of some sort. Those in the public eye have an unfortunate tendency to apologize only after they have been found with a hand in the cookie jar.

Learn about KFLA's Race Initiative [VIDEO]

A video essay by David Castro

Kellogg Fellows' TED Talks

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

Andrea Collier: We Must Have Cake, and Other Creative Pursuits

Kellogg Fellows answer WDYDWYD?

In Order to “Become”

When my mother died in 1997, I found in her possessions, a letter I had written to her in 1963, when I was a college student. In it, I promised I would make some contribution in my life to the integration of science and spirituality...