Atlas Corps: #Do1Thing, Support Global Leaders

Aug 26, 2013

Announcing Class 13 - We Achieved 200 Fellows!

Today, we announce the largest class of Atlas Corps Fellows EVER - Atlas Corps Class 13 and celebrate the achievement of 200 Fellows! In fact, Atlas Corps is now 206 Fellows from 54 countries and 109 Host Organizations. Awesome! The long-term impact of our Alumni is also possible because of the many opportunities received during the Fellowship. Just this week, I received an email from our Alumni Luckmore (Zimbabwe, Class 9, Host: MSI) who recently started a position with ActionAid Denmark. He shared, "I find myself appreciating the Atlas Corps training and network. It encompasses the big part of my work here. Every week, I meet the President, senators, representatives, diplomats, and I attribute my high level of professionalism to what I learned as a Fellow…." Well said, Luckmore! Thanks to all for inspiring this achievement. 

Thanks for your support!

Scott Beale

Scott Beale, Founder and CEO

P.S. Join us to welcome Class 13 and celebrate our 200 Fellow milestone during the Atlas Corps Go Global Gala 2013 (Thursday, September 5). In true Atlas Corps style, it will be a night of food, friends, and Fellows and we will also feature the GlobalGiving Foundation who is hosting two Fellows as part of Class 13! 


Atlas Corps Class 13 Fellows - September 2013

  Francis EnriqueHajira KhanHakim Monykuer AwuokHamid Ali

Francis Gallardo Enrique (Philippines, Host: Points of Light)
Hajira Khan (Pakistan, Host: Meridian International)
Hakim Monykuer Awuok (South Sudan, Host: Lost Boys Center for Leadership Development)
Hamid Ali (Pakistan, Host: Islamic Leadership Institute of America)

Jane ThirikwaKunihiro ShimojiLukudu WilliamMachien Luoi

Jane Wothaya Thirikwa (Kenya, Host: Human Rights Campaign)
Kunihiro Shimoji(Japan, Host: National Bureau of Asian Research)
Lukudu William (South Sudan, Host: National Endowment for Democracy)
Machien Luoi (South Sudan, Host: BRAC USA)

Maisoon Ibrahim-AteemMari SetoMay Abd ElnasirMoeko Shinohara

Maisoon Ibrahim-Ateem (Sudan, Host: Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation)
Mari Seto (Japan, Host: GlobalGiving Foundation)
May Abd Elnasir (Sudan, Host: Voice of America) 
Moeko Shinohara (Japan, Host: GlobalGiving Foundation)

Nabeel BiajoNeimat AbasRanda OsmanSuzan Abdallah

Nabeel Biajo (Sudan, Host: Voice of America) 
Neimat Abubaker-Abas (Sudan, Host: Women for Women International)
Randa Osman (Sudan, Host: CARE)
Suzan Abdallah (Sudan, Host: Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation) 

Thembi PictureTomoko YamashitaTushar MalikZuhal Ahmed Fadl

Thembi Mdachi (Malawi, Host: Agora Partnerships)
Tomoko Yamashita (Japan, Host: Mercy Corps) 
Tushar Malik (India, Host: Human Rights Campaign)
Zuhal Ahmed Fadl (Sudan, Host: Oxfam America)

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