On October 12th, Dominik Koehler of Humanity in Action and Wendy Tao of the Robert Bosch Fellowship hosted the first Esteemed Fellows Dinner in Berlin, Germany. Current fellows and alumni from a wide range of programs were invited. More than 25 fellows from 6 different fellowship programs participated in the lively event. The participants, who came from a range of professional backgrounds, made this event an interesting and inspiring experience for everyone. This was the first European event of the International Fellow Network (IFN), headquartered in San Francisco. The IFN currently comprises over 500 international members representing current fellows and alumni from more than 75 different fellowship organizations.
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The mission of the Esteemed Fellows Dinners is to bring together small, cross-disciplinary groups of fellowship alumni to exchange ideas and contacts over a social meal. Events have taken place in San Francisco, Washington, DC, New York City and Berlin, Germany. If you are a fellowship alumnus and would like to get involved, please sign up for our beta, and we’ll be in touch by email!
Attendees of the October 2013 Esteemed Fellows Dinner in Berlin represented fellowship organizations including:
Humanity in Action
Robert Bosch Foundation Fellowship Program for Young American Leaders
German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD)
Congress-Bundestag Youth Exchange (CBYX)
City and County of San Francisco