Social Impact Fellows Announced for 2022-23

The Psi Upsilon Foundation’s Social Impact Fellowship Program provides up to $10,000 in annual grants for the professional development of leaders in social-impact driven professions.  

The fellowship program helps brothers transition into public service jobs and assume volunteer leadership positions at any point in their careers.  Among other things, fellowship grants can be used to attend conferences and seminars, courses,  to help build professional networks and gain corporate governance, financial management, strategic planning, fundraising, human resources, and conflict resolution skills. In addition to providing direct financial support, the fellowship program recognizes brothers who have made outstanding contributions to society and encourages members of different cohorts to learn about each other’s work.

The recipients for 2022-23 were announced recently and began their cohort sessions in November. The recipients for this year can be found below:

2022-23John D. HatfieldIota ‘94 (Kenyon)Executive Director at The Axia Institute – Michigan State UniversityMichigan2022 HONORARY FELLOW
2022-23Dr. Audrey FischGamma ‘87 (Amherst)Founder of More Than Bootstraps;
Professor of English at
New Jersey City University
2022-23Dr. Elizabeth AndresenChi Delta ’04
Adult and Pediatric NeuropsychologistIndianapolis2022 DR. SAMUEL FAGER, TAU ‘81 SENIOR FELLOW
2022-23Devon TrotterPhi Beta ’06
(William & Mary)
Equitable Sustainability CoachWashington DC2022 FISHFUND SENIOR FELLOW
2022-23Dr. Alison Munzer, Ph.D.Gamma ‘09
Postdoctoral Scholar at UC Irvine School of EducationCalifornia2022 GAMMA CHAPTER CORPORATION FELLOW
2022-23Christopher Lawrence Tang, ESQGamma Tau ’01
(Georgia Tech)
Chief Editor of the L.I.N.C. Organization and Freelance WriterGeorgia2022 SOCIAL IMPACT FELLOW
The 2022-23 Social Impact Fellowship Cohort.

“Public service is a hallmark of Psi Upsilon. Our brothers have included presidents, prime ministers, Supreme Court justices, cabinet secretaries, diplomats, members of Congress and philanthropists, not to mention thousands of outstanding men and women who have taken on less visible, but highly significant leadership roles in their communities. This important new initiative helps ensure Psi Upsilon’s tradition of public service continues for many years to come.” • Alexander Senchak, Eta ’06

You can find more information about the Social Impact Fellowship Program Here.

Read more about the 2022-23 recipients in the Current Edition of the Psi Upsilon Beacon

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