ProFellow’s International Fellows Network (IFN) has over 1,600 international members representing current fellows and alumni from more than 100 different fellowship organizations. Our aim is to connect people who are working on exceptional projects, research and enterprises. The network promotes professional networking and collaborative projects, and facilitates introductions among members for information on job opportunities, graduate school programs, awards and identification of host institutions for research.
The IFN holds regular events, including our small group Esteemed Fellows Dinners, in San Francisco, Washington, DC, New York City and Berlin, Germany. Our dinners bring together cross-disciplinary groups of leaders to share experiences, ideas and contacts over a social meal.
If you are a current or former fellow of a competitive fellowship program, such as Fulbright, Boren, NYC Urban Fellows, NSF, Humanity in Action, Robert Bosch Fellows and Luce Scholars, among many others, we invite you to join our network. You can request membership to our LinkedIn group to receive invitations to events and announcements. For quick membership approval, please list your fellowship on your LinkedIn profile. If you do not have a LinkedIn account and would like to join, please contact us.
Original IFN Board of Advisors
Vicki Johnson (IFN Founder) is Cofounder of ProFellow. She is an alumna of the NYC Urban Fellows Program (2002), the German Chancellor Fellowship (2004), the Herbert Scoville Jr. Peace Fellowship (2005) and the Ian Axford (New Zealand) Fellowhip in Public Policy (2011). Vicki has a public policy background specializing in emergency management and public health.
Kristina Domazetoska is a project coordinator at Insala Llc, company for talent development solutions. She is a Fulbright alumna and pursued her MBA in project management at the University of Dallas (2013). She has also been granted a VisegradFund scholarship to complete a Master’s degree in International Business at the University of Economics, Prague (2010).
Jessica Huey is currently a Master in Public Policy candidate at the Harvard Kennedy School of Government where she focuses on the intersection of business and government policy. She is an alumna of the Ash Center Summer Fellowship in Innovation (2014), HandsOn Bay Area’s Leadership Institute Fellowship Team (2012), and City Hall Fellows (2009). Prior to attending school, Jessica spent five years working in San Francisco city government. She holds a B.A. in Public Policy from Brown University.
Miriam Kochman is an Analyst with Treliant Risk Advisors, focusing on business consulting and international regulatory issues. She taught English in China from 2009-2010, and studied Mandarin as a Chinese Government Scholar from 2010-2011. Miriam holds an MA in International Relations and Economics from the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies, a Certificate in Mandarin from Yunnan Normal University, and a BA in Linguistics and Psychology from Brandeis University.
Dominik Koehler is currently enrolled in the Political Science Masters program at the University of Potsdam focusing on international relations, migration and human rights. In 2012 he was part of the Humanity in Action program in Berlin. In his current position as research assistant with the “Mediendienst Integration” he works on the topics of immigration and asylum in Germany.
Dan Sullivan is an Ambassador and Coordinator for the 2014 Gabr Fellowship~ East-West: The Art of Dialogue. He served for over a decade as a staffer in the Massachusetts House of Representatives. Dan is a Representative to the UNA-USA Steering Committee and Youth Advisory Board Representative to UN-Habitat.
Richelle Thomas is a doctoral student in the Department of Chemical Engineering at the University of Texas at Austin. Richelle worked on a translational research collaboration at the University of the West Indies, Barbados, WI through the Fulbright U.S. Student Program in 2012. She received the Virginia & Ernest Cockrell, Jr. Endowed Fellowship in Engineering upon entry to the University of Texas and was awarded a 2010 GEM Fellowship during graduate school, which included an internship with E. I. DuPont Neumours. Richelle holds a B.S. in Chemical Engineering from the University of Notre Dame.