Kayalyn Kibbe is a long way from her native state of New York. As a participant in AIF’s William J. Clinton Fellowship Class of 2014–15, Kayalyn’s new home is the
In Harry Potter, when Harry needs to conjure a Patronus, the charm needed to get rid of Dementors–creatures that bring doom and gloom, he has to think of a
Remarks at the Conclusion of the 2016-17 AIF Clinton Fellowship Program
The speech below was delivered on June 30, 2017 at Service, Collaboration and Community, Public Seminar of the
Shuffling embraces, final words of encouragement, and promises. Then the door opens and closes. A vacuum of silence and pressure wraps around the body as it does
“Forge through ambiguity.” These were the words of advice that we were given at the beginning of our journeys as American India Foundation, William J. Clinton Fellows. At the time,
Now that the spring gala season at AIF has drawn to a dramatic close with the New York edition last week on June 21, I am left with an embarrassment
To support the AIF Clinton Fellowship, the Stuyvie Comfort Grant supported two Fellows working in the field of Education in 2016-17, and will support two incoming Fellows in 2017-18.
AIFT President and CEO, Alex Counts recently gave a workshop online on fundraising. I enjoyed learning from Alex while he described lessons learned in his career doing fundraising. These online
The objective seemed straightforward on its face: “To reduce the extent of child migration and ensure that all the children ages 6–14 years attend school for the entire academic year.”
As a Communications professional, I have always been amazed by the power of the visual medium. Working in the social development sector for over six years now, I have come
I briefly alluded to some of my strategic process in my last post. I want to make it clear that my host organization, SLC-IT, has been thinking and acting strategically
“चलो स्कूल चलें हम” (Lets all go to school) is a very common Hindi motivational adage in rural India schools. This phrase became very popular with the Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan
As I squeezed into the still-moving jeep one morning in April, feeling eyes roam over my face and whispers buzz around me as usual, I thought about the day ahead.
After 10 months in India, I’m left with a collection of evolving thoughts on a number of topics. Here’s a bit of what I’ll take with me.
During our Fellowship