Showcasing the Global Network of Kellogg Fellows
Yvonne Howze (KNFP 15)Director of Outreach Services, Florida School for the Deaf and BlindPresident, CYA Associates”I always expect and rely on miracles.”
Lenneal Henderson (KNFP 5)Distinguished Professor of Government and Public Administration, University of BaltimoreLenneal Henderson ”It’s important to stay in the battle.”
Joyce Wilson (KNFP 12)City Manager, El Paso, TexasJoyce Wilson ”People aren’t interested in how much you know, but how much you care.”
Dr. Leonard J. Marcus (KNFP 7), Founding Director, Program for Health Care Negotiation and Conflict Resolution, Harvard School of Public Health”I’ve become passionate about improving leadership in order to improve our preparedness.”
Rumaldo Juarez (KNFP 9), President, Texas A&M University, Kingsville, Texas”Did it help our students?”
Michael Wessells (KNFP 4), Professor of Psychology, Program on Forced Migration and Health, Columbia University, New York, New York”Leadership is respecting other people’s culture and the wisdom and resilience of local people.”
Leonard Valverde Quick Fact: As executive director of the Hispanic Border Leadership Institute, Leonard manages a consortium of eight higher education institutions working to improve the education of Hispanics in five southwestern states, Arizona, California, Colorado, New Mexico, and Texas. Leonard has many awards to his credit, including the Arizona Hispanic Administrator of the Year and the Edward S. Noyes Leadership & Service Award given by the College Board.
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Kellogg Fellows answer WDYDWYD?
I chose medicine as the best, most tangible way for me to give back to others. I was lucky enough to be accepted into medical school at a time when women in medicine were considered, at best, a novelty, and at worst, a mistake in the profession.