The NGen Fellows, 12 outstanding charitable sector leaders age 40 and under, are selected each year to participate in a range of activities that will allow them to expand their access to the people, knowledge, networks, and resources necessary to scale their change work. This selective fellowship program continues to build the next generation of charitable leaders as part of IS’ NGen: Moving Nonprofit Leaders from Next to Now initiative.
The 2019 NGen Fellows are:
- Andrew Plumley, Associate Director, Equity in the Center (Washington, DC)
- Adiel Suarez-Murias, Director, Communications and Marketing, Philanthropy for Active Civic Engagement (Washington, DC)
- Gabriella Barbosa, Director of Policy and Legislative Advocacy, Alliance for a Better Community (Los Angeles, CA)
- Atrayus O. Goode, President & CEO, MENTOR North Carolina (Durham, NC)
- Jasmine Khan, Executive Director, Anchorage Coalition to End Homelessness (Eagle River, AK)
- Leon Leader Charge, Planning and Development Specialist, Office of Legislative Affairs, Rosebud Sioux Tribe (Mission, SD)
- Maia Maiden, Curator and Director, Maia Maiden Productions (Minneapolis, MN)
- Carolina Martínez Prohías, President, Mentes Puertorriqueñas en Acción (Guaynabo, PR)
- Shaunae Motley, President and CEO, United Way of Southwest Georgia (Albany, GA)
- Nitika Nautiyal, Co-Founder, Business Worker Services Coop, The Dividend Project (Chicago, IL)
- Jeannette Tremblay Chambers, Director of School and Studio Programs, Hyde Park Art Center (Chicago, IL)
- Selena Wilson, Vice President, Organizational Effectiveness, East Oakland Youth Development Center (Oakland, CA)
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