Innovation Blog

Showcasing the Global Network of Kellogg Fellows

Quick Fact: Craig Calhoun was named President of the Social Science Research Council in 1999.

For more than 20 years, Ed DeJesus, a Bronx native, has committed his life to working with youth who need options beyond the street.

Quick Fact: Author of Possibility Handbook: Imagine Chicago: Ten Years of Imagination in Action, a conceptual framework for imagination as a social movement.

‚"In these anti-liberal, anti-progressive times, it‚'s important for people to remain radical‚."

Duane Perry, KILP-02
Executive Director, The Food Trust, Philadelphia
"The great thing about this field is it's so easy to build bridges around food. We all eat; we all like food. It‚'s something we can all share in.‚"

David Castro (KNFP 13)
President, Institute for Leadership Education, Advancement, and Development, Philadelphia
"When people who were marginalized take on responsibility and ownership for what‚'s happening in their community, that‚'s success.‚"

Daniel Mulhern (KNFP 14)
Leadership Consultant and First Gentleman of Michigan
"I believe we teach best what we most need to learn.‚"

Kellogg Fellows' TED Talks

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

William Reckmeyer

William Reckmeyer: Educating global citizens

Kellogg Fellows answer WDYDWYD?

Because the spirit leads me

“But you’re not a dirty Mexican.” Although those words were spoken to me in the Fall of 1979 in a late night freshman dorm setting, I still hear them, and their not-so-subtle message that I’m unlike most Mexicans, who presumably are dirty.