Showcasing the Global Network of Kellogg Fellows
Susan Sygall (KNFP 7), Director, Mobility International USA, Eugene, Oregon
”Amazing things have happened in my life that have allowed me to do work that I’m passionate about.”
Felix Finisterre, KILPMinister for Communications, Works, Transport and Public Utilities St. Lucia, West Indies
Gail Small, KNFP-13Director, Native Action, Lame Deer, MontanaGail Small ”We could all be millionaires, but the Cheyenne people have said ”No” for more than 30 years to the energy companies, there is no analogy in the world to this.”
Georgia Sorenson, KNFP-15 AdvisorSenior Scholar, Jepson School of Leadership Studies; Founder, James MacGregor Burns Academy of Leadership
Georgia Sorenson Quick Fact: A presidential leadership scholar, she is currently Visiting Senior Scholar at the Jepson School of Leadership Studies at the University of Richmond. Sorenson’s latest work is a 4- volume comprehensive Encyclopedia of Leadership published by Berkshire/Sage Press (with George Goethals and James MacGregor Burns) due out in 2004.
Joanne Handy, KILP-1President and CEO, Visiting Nurse Association of Boston
Joanne Handy Quick Fact: Winner, 2002 Leadership Award from the American Society on Aging
John M. Wiemann (KNFP-1), Vice Chancellor, University of California, Santa Barbara, California”What appears to be a crisis really isn’t a crisis when you take an analytic view of it.”
James Bell (KNFP 14), Executive Director, The W. Haywood Burns Institute, San Francisco
James Bell Society has used the juvenile courts to create a caste system where there are throw-away people.
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Kellogg Fellows answer WDYDWYD?
I grew up a Cuban refugee in Chicago in a family of five kids. We lived in a run-down neighborhood with gangs and prostitutes parading nightly outside my bedroom window.