Showcasing the Global Network of Kellogg Fellows
Evelyn Hu-DeHart (KNFP 5) Director and Professor, Center for the Study of Race and Ethnicity in America, Brown University, Providence, Rhode Island"Progress isn't always made in a linear way."
Martha Bidez (KNFP 13)President, Bidez & Associates"Like jumping out of an airplane without a parachute."
Kenneth L. Fox, M.D. (KNFP 16), Physician, Erie Family Health Center, Chicago "Craft your critical spaces carefully."
For some reason, it is easier to recognize 2010 as the last year of the new millennium's first decade than it was ten years ago to recognize Y2K as the final year of the twentieth century.
"I'm committed to living as an example of what is possible based on where I've come from and what I've accomplished."
Esta Soler (KNFP 11) Founder/President of the Family Violence Prevention Fund, San Francisco "I landed in a place where I could build an organization that helped build a movement."
Quick Fact: Author of The Benefits of Old Age: Social Welfare Policy for the Elderly (University of Chicago Press, 1981), and editor of Diversity in Aging: Challenges Facing Planners and Policymakers in the 1990's.
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Kellogg Fellows answer WDYDWYD?
The course of my life was determined by the flip of a coin. My father came to this county in the 1930’s with papers that were “imperfect.” During World War II, he was given a choice between being deported or joining the U.S. Army.