Current Fellows

Project 55 Fellowship Program – Current Fellows

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Princeton AlumniCorps is thrilled to welcome our newest class of Project 55 Fellows. During the 2018-19 program year, 52 recent Princeton graduates are serving as Project 55 Fellows at 43 partner organizations located in the Bay Area, Boston, Chicago, New Jersey, New York, and Washington, DC. In addition, five (5) of our 2017-18 Fellows are continuing in a second year of the program (their names are italicized in the list below).

We invite you to get to know the talented, energetic, and dedicated individuals who make up our 2018-19 Fellowship class! Learn more about each of the current Fellows in the latest edition of On the Path, our annual Project 55 Fellowship directory. You can download a PDF of the directory here, or view it online in Issuu, below.

 

2018-19 Project 55 Fellows

Salwa Ahmad ’17, Regional Primary Care Coalition Liam Fitzgerald ’18, The Community Group Anhar Karim ’18, Partners for the Common Good Kelly McCabe ’18, Association to Benefit Children Ankush Rakhit ’18, Sinai Community Institute Maranatha Teferi ’16, EMNET at Massachusetts General Hospital
Alessia Azermadhi ’18, New York County District Attorney’s Office Imani Ford ’18, Coalition for Hispanic Family Services Sahand Keshavarz Rahbar ’17, Princeton AlumniCorps Kayla Moffett ’18, Princeton Internships in Civic Service Jessica Reed ’18, National Dance Institute  Imani Thornton ’18, Free Spirit Media
Kabbas Azhar ’18, Jefferson Health Rochelle Forni ’18, New York Center for Child Development Martin Kurian ’18, Close Concerns Victoria Navarro ’18, PeerForward Sarah Sakha ’18, Rockefeller Foundation Sarah Tian ’18, ReadWorks
My Bui ’18, Chicago Beyond Alice Frederick ’17, The Community Group Natalie Larkin ’18, Mathematica Talya Nevins ’18, District Attorney of New York Rosed Serrano ’18, Office of Religious Life, Princeton University Ava Tornaji ’18, Jefferson Health
Chandler Cleveland ’18, Parents Amplifying Voices in Education (PAVE) Benjamin Gallo ’18, ReciproCare Anna Leader ’18, Capital Partners for Education Mica O’Brien ’17, The Council of Large Public Housing Authorities Nkosilathi Shangwa ’18, Illinois State Board of Education Anna Walker ’17, Partners for the Common Good
Maia Craver ’18, Donorschoose.org Mark Goldstein ’18, Philanthropy University Community Associate Erin Lynch ’18, Humanity United Gracious Obiofuma ’18, New Alternatives for Children Christopher Shin ’18, New Markets Support Company Courtney Wax ’18, Chicago Commons
Cassie Crifase ’17, EMNET at Massachusetts General Hospital Kenya Holland ’18, Alt School Lexi Mairone ’17, Humanity United Michelle Orro ’18, Coalition for Hispanic Family Services Nitasha Siddique ’18, Association to Benefit Children Jonathan Yu ’18, EMNET at Massachusetts General Hospital
Alysia DaSilva ’18, FiCycle Edric Huang ’18, Emma’s Torch Alice Mar-Abe ’18, North Lawndale Employment Network Christin Park ’18, Reach Out and Read Aaron Sun ’18, Mt. Sinai Hospital
Katrina Davies ’18, Housing Development Fund Yash Huilgol ’18, UCSF Carol Franc Buck Breast Care Center Reinaldo Maristany IV ’18, Association to Benefit Children Emily Pauls ’18, Carole Robertson Center for Learning Minjia Tang ’18, EMNET at Massachusetts General Hospital
Jonah Donnenfield ’18, UCSF Carol Franc Buck Breast Care Center Anna Kapolka ’18, New Community Corporation John Marsh ’18, New York District Attorney’s Office Julia Perlmutter ’17, The Community Group Gabriella Taylor ’18, Carnegie Foundation

 2018-19 On the Path Fellowship Directory

 


2017-18 On the Path Fellowship Directory

 

2016-17 On the Path Fellowship Directory

 

2015-16 On the Path Fellowship Directory