The Full Cohort of Atlantic Fellows is Announced

267 Fellows. Seven Programs.  Working toward fairer, healthier, more inclusive societies.

It’s an exciting day for the Atlantic Fellows community. We have just announced to the world that we have a full cohort of Fellows in place across five continents. Of course, the global cohort includes our very own inaugural Atlantic Fellows for Social Equity who are nearing the end of their fellowship year and are gearing up to transition into their senior fellowship as global alumni. You can meet the full global cohort of Fellows here.

Thank you to all of you who have helped with our journey so far. We are still finding our feet and have a lot more work to do but we’re excited about the better world we can create together.

Please share the news about the global cohort.

Jason Glanville

Executive Director

Atlantic Fellows for Social Equity

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