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The Kellogg Fellows Leadership Alliance is a diverse, transnational network of leaders, activists, innovators, thinkers and doers.

We believe groups of committed, talented individuals can come together to make our communities more just.

We achieve this through innovative network-building, convenings, initiatives, and best practices helping Kellogg Fellows change the world.

The Kellogg Fellows Leadership Alliance creates opportunities for 1,700 Kellogg Fellows from across the world to leave a significant legacy as a result of having participated in leadership development programs through the W.K. Kellogg Foundation.

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Kellogg Fellow Dr. Barbara Rogoff returned to the series on August 2, 2016 as a Global Thought Leader with the following discussion of her book “Developing Destinies, A Mayan Midwife and Town.” Just click play if you missed the livestream or simply want to revisit this fascinating seminar. If you enjoy the video, don't forget to let us know by clicking like or subscribe.

Developing Destinies is an engaging narrative of one remarkable person's life and the life of her community that blends psychology, anthropology, and history to reveal the integral role that culture plays in human development. With extensive photographs and accounts of Mayan family life, medical practices, birth, child development, and learning, Rogoff adeptly shows that we can better understand the role of culture in our lives by examining how people participate in cultural practices.

In this webinar, this time in Spanish, Dr. Rogoff, will share with us her findings on how individuals worldwide build on cultural heritage from prior generations and at the same time create new ways of living.