Yale World Fellows

Every year, Yale University selects a class of World Fellows – rising global leaders from diverse disciplines and backgrounds – for a four month, on-campus residency program. The Politic interviewed the full Class of 2013 about their international leadership experiences. All interview transcripts can be found below (by clicking on the respective World Fellows picture):

Enrique Betancourt – Executive Director, National Center for Crime Prevention and Citizen Participation, Mexico Prodyut Bora – National Executive Member, Bharatiya Janata Party Katherine Currie – Student, Yale School of Management Janet Dalziell – Director of Global Development, Greenpeace International Mohamed Elfayoumy – Consul/Political Officer, Embassy of Egypt in Damascus ‘Tokunboh Ishmael – Managing Director, Alitheia Capital Diala Khamra – Founder and Board Member, Justice Center for Legal Aid Raheela Khan – Assistant Manager Treasury and Investments, Doha Bank Lidia Kolucka-Zuk – Executive Director, Trust for Civil Society in Central and Eastern Europe

 

Saul Kornik – CEO and Co-Founder, Africa Health Placements
Renzo Martens – Creative Director, Institute for Human Activities Abhik Sen – Managing Editor, the Economist Group Daniel Shin – Managing Director, Kingsbay Capital Carlos Vecchio – National Political Coordinator and Board Member, Voluntad Popular *interview will be posted shortly
Wang Xingzui – Vice President, China Foundation for Poverty Alleviation
Daniel Weisfield – Student, Yale Law School; Yale School of Management Yakubu “Lai” Yahaya – Team Leader, Facility for Oil Sector Transparency and Reform Sawsan Zaher – Director of Social, Economic, and Cultural Rights Unit, Adalah the Legal Center for Arab Minority Rights in Israel

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