2018

The inaugural 2018 cohort is comprised of extraordinary activists, leaders and disrupters who are responding with urgency and creativity to historic inequities and a climate of increasing enmity and blame.

Adam Horowitz

Adam Horowitz

Founder, US Department of Arts and Culture (USDAC)

Ajay Chaudhary

Ajay Chaudhary

Founding & Executive Director, Brooklyn Institute for Social Research

Alicia Garza

Alicia Garza

Strategy + Partnerships Director, National Domestic Workers Alliance

Alicia Nieves

Alicia Nieves

Co-founder & Project Lead, Streetwide

Beka Economopoulos

Beka Economopoulos

Founding Director, The Natural History Museum

Caroline Lopez Bettinger

Caroline Bettinger-López

Professor of Clinical Legal Education & Director of the Human Rights, University of Miami School of Law

Cristina Tzintzun

Cristina Tzintzún

Founder & Executive Director, Jolt Initiative

Dominic Frongillo

Dominic Frongillo

Co-founder, Elected Officials to Protect New York

Jimmy Dahman

Jimmy Dahman

Founder, Executive Director, Town Hall Project

Jonathan Lykes

Jonathan Lykes

Policy Analyst, Centre for the Study of Social Policy (CSSP)

Kimberly Peeler-Allen

Kimberly Peeler-Allen

Co-founder, Higher Heights

Madison Hayes

Madison Hayes

Director, Refugee Community Partnership (RCP)

Malik Benjamin

Malik Benjamin

Founder, REVGEN

Maria Yuan

Maria Yuan

Founder, IssueVoter

Micah White

Micah White

Co-creator, Occupy Wall Street

Michael Leon Guerrero

Michael Leon Guerrero

Executive Director, Labor Network for Sustainability

Noemi Ramos

Noemi Ramos

Executive Director, New England United 4 Justice (NEU4J)

Souta Calling Last

Souta Calling Last

Founder & Executive Director, Indigenous Vision

Talila Lewis

Talila Lewis

Co-founder & Volunteer Director, Helping Educate to Advance the Rights of Deaf Communities (HEARD)

Yeshimabeit Milner

Yeshimabeit Milner

Co-founder & Executive Director, Data for Black Lives

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