Showcasing the Global Network of Kellogg Fellows
J. Regan Thomas (KNFP 7)Chair of the Otolaryngology Department, University of Illinois-ChicagoRegan Thomas”A lot of the skills that we began to appreciate and hone in our Kellogg Fellowships have been useful to me.”
William Richardson (KIFP H), President and CEO, W. K Kellogg Foundation, Battle Creek, Michigan”The issues must be framed in a way that people can find common cause.”
Octaviana Trujillo (KNFP 13), Chair, Department of Applied Indigenous Studies, Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, Arizona”As a tribe, we have no natural resources, but we have human capital. We need to development our human resources for our own destiny.”
Joline Godfrey (KNFP 10), Chief Executive Officer, Independent Means, Inc., Santa Barbara, CaliforniaJoline Godfrey ”Embrace your weirdness.”
Stephanie Clohesy (KNFP 4), Consultant, Clohesy Consulting, Cedar Falls, Iowa"I think the fellowship took me off the path of positional leadership. I find that rather paradoxical."
Dr. Mary M. Hlalele (KILP 1), Technical Advisor in Maternal and Child Health, Johannesburg, South Africa”The essence is in the doing.”
Rebecca Rimel (KNFP 3), President and Chief Executive Officer, The Pew Charitable Trusts, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania”I’m lucky that I have co-workers and family around me that will tell me, as my mother would say, ’that my shoes don’t match.’”
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Kellogg Fellows answer WDYDWYD?
Walking through any major urban community in the world—even in those environments that we might call “home”—one common thing can be noted. There are people who call this home, yet, they seem out of place.