Anne Kellett

Anne Kellett is the World Fellows Program Coordinator.  Anne oversees all administrative aspects of the World Fellows Program. She has over 17 years of Yale experience, primarily in Medical Education where she most recently served as Associate Director in the Offices of Global Health Education, and in Student Research at the Yale School of Medicine.

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Tim Stumph

Tim manages the Maurice R. Greenberg World Fellows Program and coordinates other programs within the International Leadership Center. He also oversees the admission and selection processes and is responsible for recruiting dynamic and creative practitioners from around the globe. Prior to joining the World Fellows team, Tim was Co-Director of the Office of Fellowship Programs at Yale College and Assistant Director of Admissions at the Yale Graduate School of Arts and Sciences. He has worked as an ESL instructor in Europe and Asia and has lived and studied in the United Kingdom, Colombia, Guatemala and the Czech Republic. Tim has an MA in education from the University of Connecticut and a BA in…

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Holly Salter

Holly is Assistant Director of the Maurice R. Greenberg World Fellows Program and is responsible for developing and executing programmatic content. She also oversees the integration of Fellows into the Jackson School of Global Affairs and the broader Yale community, administers the Program's digital presence, and manages alumni engagement. Prior to joining the World Fellows, she managed the Business History Initiative at Harvard Business School and has supported diversity and inclusion efforts at Harvard’s Graduate School of Arts and Sciences. She has degrees from the University of Texas at Austin and Boston College. 

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Edward "Ted" Wittenstein

Edward (“Ted”) Wittenstein is a Lecturer in Global Affairs and the Executive Director of International Security Studies, a research and teaching hub of the Yale Jackson School of Global Affairs. In that capacity, he helps oversee a number of programs dedicated to international history and global security, including the Schmidt Program on Artificial Intelligence, Emerging Technologies, and National Power; the Johnson Center for the Study of American Diplomacy; and the Brady-Johnson Program in Grand Strategy. A former diplomat and intelligence professional, Ted teaches undergraduate, graduate, and law courses on intelligence, cybersecurity, artificial intelligence, and national security decision-making. He also serves as Co-Director of the Yale Cyber Leadership Forum, a Lecturer in…

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