Yale’s Greenberg World Fellows Program brings 16 accomplished, mid-career, global leaders to Yale for a four-month immersive transformational journey. World Fellows—Yale’s flagship leadership development program—was established in 2002 and now includes a network of more than 300 Fellows from 87 countries.
The program, which is part of Yale’s Jackson Institute for Global Affairs, provides the opportunity for World Fellows to contribute to Yale’s intellectual life, participate in events, collaborate with peers, audit classes, mentor students and lead round-table discussions. In doing so, it exposes emerging global leaders to new ideas and ways of doing and thinking. Brilliant minds are refreshed, challenged and expanded.
Our Fellows come from diverse backgrounds and disciplines, but they share much in common: they are dynamic practitioners, capable leaders, of extraordinary character, and committed to using their energy and talents to make a positive difference in the world.
The mission of the Greenberg World Fellows Program is to cultivate and empower a network of globally engaged leaders committed to making the world a better place.
- LEADERSHIP: To strengthen the knowledge and skills essential for global leadership.
- SERVICE: To provide opportunity to serve others through sharing knowledge and experience, and collaborating on initiatives.
- NETWORK: To grow a global community of people with shared values, connected to each other and to Yale.