Innovation Blog

Showcasing the Global Network of Kellogg Fellows

Quick Fact: Diana has written, edited, and co-edited numerous articles and fourteen books, including Society and Health, which analyzes the social and cultural determinants of health and illness.

Offering both the impetus and the information for health professionals to volunteer abroad.

‚"Small things are important and every step matters.‚"

Quick Fact: Cathy currently serves on the Washington Area Women‚'s Foundation‚'s Leadership Awards Committee, which each year gives grants to small nonprofits that exhibit vision and impact in serving the critical needs of women and girls in the Washington, DC metropolitan area.

‚"You need to be patient, to listen, and to figure out what‚'s working in the community and identify its strengths.‚"

Breaking Stone Silence combines the personal with the pragmatic in a discussion of the cultural, economic, and political forces impacting the upward-spiraling AIDS epidemic in Zimbabwe.

Betty Overton-Adkins ‚"Even if we don‚'t get the grant funding, we have already impacted our community.‚"

Kellogg Fellows' TED Talks

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

Elizabeth Ü: Money's Many Shades of Green

Kellogg Fellows answer WDYDWYD?

I Can’t Not Do It

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.