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February 27, 2017

Our annual Gathering of Leaders event is around the corner, and this year, we are honored to have a group of young social change agents joining us as Millennial Impact Fellows. We kickstarted this fellowship to grant millennials the opportunity to join us at the Gathering with a complimentary registration for the event and stay in Atlanta.

Candidates from across the country were asked to create brief videos explaining their work in the social impact space and their hopes for the future. We’ve selected twelve inspiring millennials that we are proud to have joining us at the Gathering as Millennial Impact Fellows.

  • Liz Alarcon: Director of Strategic Partnerships at The Children's Movement of Florida. Read more about Liz here!
  • Ashley Edwards: Co-Founder & CEO at MindRight. Read more about Ashley here!
  • Jonathan Johnson: Founder and CEO at Rooted School. Read more about Jonathan here!
  • Gregory Johnson: Associate at Tesser Health & Growth Marketing at SpeechMED. Read more about Gregory here!
  • Tony Weaver: Founder & CEO of Weird Enough Productions. Read more about Tony here!
  • Roquel Crutcher: Government Affairs and Policy Associate at KIPP Foundation. Read more about Roquel here!
  • Christian Beauvoir: Student Engagement Program Associate for The L.A. Trust for Children's Health. Read more about Christian here!
  • Dillon Nettles: Community Programs Director at Montgomery Education Foundation. Read more about Dillon here!
  • Seth Saeugling: Social Innovator. Read more about Seth here!
  • Emily Hadley: AmeirCorps College Adviser with College Advising Corps. Read more about Emily here!
  • Deonte Bridges: Public Speaker, Educational Consultant & Web Designer. Read more about Deonte here!
  • Anderson Sainci: Resource Management Coordinator and Supervisor for the City of Dubuque. Read more about Anderson here!

We’re proud to highlight the work they’re doing in the field, as well as their hopes for the Gathering. Millennials are crucial to the development of social impact work, and we are honored to have these twelve fellows as representatives for that cause.


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