The Maurice R. Greenberg World Fellows Program
Rita Sciarra grew up in Calabria in the south of Italy. She has worked in Bolivia, India, Dominican Republic, and also Haiti after the earthquake. She is a big believer in the United Nations
Lorna Solis was born in Nicaragua, and came to the US as a refugee. She is the founder of Blue Rose Compass and Lynke. She helps refugees access university and the job market. Her work has been affected by Trump's travel ban
Annemie Turtelboom was a teacher before she was elected a Member of the Belgian Parliament.
Abdul-Rehman Malik reflects on the joy and inspiration he finds in Islam.
Taras Shevchenko studied law and economics in Kyiv. He was active during Ukraine's 2014 Revolution of Dignity. He co-founded the Reanimation Package of Reforms (RPR), a coalition of reform-oriented NGOs and experts.
Jose Luis Chicoma, who served as Vice Minister of Small and Medium Industries, sets out his vision for the Peruvian economy.
Chude Jideonwo discusses his book: how to win elections in Africa: parallels with Donald Trump
Ibrahim Ajami is son of a Lebanese father and a Liberia mother. He spent his whole life in Liberia growing up in a country immersed in civil war. He was a medical student during the Ebola epidemic.
2015 World Fellow Finbarr O'Reilly discusses his career as a journalist.