Encore Public Voices Fellows

2020-21 Fellows

Alison McCrary, Social justice lawyer
Arianna Nassiri, Member, San Francisco Youth Commission
Christopher Tyson, President & CEO, Build Baton Rouge
Ernest Gonzales, Associate Professor, New York University
Frankie Huang, Writer
Dr. Imani Woody, Founder & CEO, Mary’s House for Older Adults
Janine Vanderburg, Initiative Director, Changing the Narrative
Jonathan Collie, Co-founder The Age of No Retirement CIC, Creator of The Common Room purpose model
Kasley Killam, Founder of Social Health Labs
Dr. Kitty Oliver, Author and oral historian
Laura Nova, Artist and Associate Professor of Creative Arts and Technology, Bloomfield College
Mistinguette Smith, Principal Consultant at M Smith Consulting and Executive Director at Black/Land Project
Peter Slatin, Founder and President, The Slatin Group LLC, and Co-Founder, Slatin Media Group LLC
Rey Castuciano, Executive Director & Founder, Table Wisdom
Sandra Barnhill, Founder and CEO, Foreverfamily, Inc.
Sasha Johfre, Ph.D. Candidate in Sociology, Stanford University
Serena Bian, Community Strategist, Systems Designer and Neighbor
Sian-Pierre Regis, Director/Producer, Duty Free
Susanne Stadler, Principal, Stadler & Architecture and Executive Director & Co-Founder, At Home With Growing Older
Tim Carpenter, CEO/Founder, EngAGE
Uma Menon, Student and author, Princeton University

2019-20 Fellows

Adell Brown, Project Director, Collective Healing Initiative, 100 Black Men of Metro Baton Rouge
Alex Smith, Founder and CEO, The Cares Family
Alexis Ortega, Director of Community Engagement, The LGBT Community Center of the Desert
Christina Harrington, Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Northwestern University
Colby Takeda, Senior Manager, Blue Zones Project
Derenda Schubert, Executive Director, Bridge Meadows
Ebony Walden, Founder and Principal Consultant, Ebony Walden Consulting
Gordon Skinner, CEO and Executive Producer, [Re]-Frame Media
John D. Kemp, President and CEO, Lakeshore Foundation
Joo Yeoun Suh, Director, Longevity Economy, Thought Leadership, AARP
Karimah Nonyameko, Regional Program Manager at National Alliance For Mental Illness
Kate Hoepke, Executive Director, San Francisco Village
Kevin Rabinovich, Designer and Civic Organizer, TEDxYouthColumbia, DesignUnderstandAct
Maria Heidkamp, Director, Program Development and Technical Assistance, Heldrich Center for Workforce Development, Rutgers University
Mi’Jan Celie Tho-Biaz, Founder, New Mexico Women of Color Nonprofit Leadership Initiative
Natasha Tarpley, Author
Ramona Schindelheim, Editor-in-Chief, WorkingNation
Sharon Inouye, Professor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School
Terry Kaelber, Director, Institute for Empowered Aging, UNH
Tony Tapia, Principal, Bridging Worlds Philanthropic Advisors
Yolonda Wilson, Fellow, National Humanities Center

2018-19 Fellows

Anne Grimes, Co-director, Brown Institute for Media Innovation, Stanford University
Atalaya Sergi, Director, AmeriCorps Seniors
Ayele Shakur, CEO, BUILD
Brandon Ross, Documentary Filmmaker
Brenda Atchison, Advocate and Social Entrepreneur
Cal J. Halvorsen, Assistant Professor of Social Work, Boston College School of Social Work
Joy Zhang, Co-founder and CEO, Mon Ami
Judy Cockerton, founder and Executive Director, Treehouse Foundation
Julianne Taaffe, English as a Second Language Specialist, Ohio State University
Dr. Karen Lincoln, Associate Professor of Social Work, University of Southern California
Linda Aristondo, Attorney
Marlon A. Smith, Founder and CEO, Black Greeks Speak Social Justice and Human Rights Council
Mick Smyer, Professor of Psychology and co-founder, Graying Greener
Odile Robotti, CEO, Learning Edge / Talent Edge
Onita Estes-Hicks, Retired Professor of English, State University of New York at Old Westbury
Raymond A. Jetson, Chief Executive Catalyst, MetroMorphosis
Ryan Frederick, Founder, Smart Living 360
Sarita Gupta, Director, Future of Work(ers), Ford Foundation
Selena Sermeno, Psychologist, Educator and Consultant
Sylvia Brown, Founder, Uplifting Journeys

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