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Meet the Cardinal Careers Fellows

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2022-23 Fellows

Community Impact Fellows  |  John Gardner Public Service Fellows  |  
Schneider One-Year Fellows  |  Tom Ford Fellows in Philanthropy

Community Impact Fellows

Fellows work for a partnering public interest organization and are matched with a mentor.

Left to right from top: Daniella Caluza, Kelly Clavel, Leila Doty, Harleen Kaur, Rachel Koo, Saw Kyaw, Lauryn Lowe, NJ Magbual, Audrey Mitchell, Charlie O'Donohue, Jennifer Pham, Nardos Solomon, Lian Stemler, Grace Wang, Helena Zhang

City of San José, Innovation Technology (San José, CA)

  • Leila Doty, Data Equity Fellow
  • Jennifer Pham, Data Equity Fellow

Health Leads (Remote)

  • Rachel Koo, Special Initiatives and Projects Fellow

Laura Arrillaga-Andreessen Foundation (Palo Alto, CA)

  • Audrey Mitchell, Program Analyst

LifeMoves (Palo Alto, CA)

  • Helena Zhang, Programs Fellow

Noora Health (Remote)

  • Harleen Kaur, Impact Fellow

Partnership for Public Service (Washington, D.C.)

  • Daniella Caluza, Associate

Ravenswood Family Health Center (East Palo Alto, CA)

  • Lauryn Lowe, Clinical Operations Fellow
  • NJ Magbual, Operations Fellow
  • Nardos Solomon, Executive Support Fellow
  • Lian Stemler, Operations Fellow
  • Grace Wang, Development Fellow

Redwood City Together & John Gardner Center (Redwood City, CA)

  • Kelly Clavel, Shinnyo Fellow

SIRUM (Palo Alto, CA)

  • Saw Kyaw, Special Projects Fellow

Venture Leadership Consulting (Remote)

  • Charlie O'Donohue, Impact Fellow


John Gardner Public Service Fellows

Fellows from Stanford and UC Berkeley work in a government or nonprofit organization of their choice, matched with a mentor to guide their professional growth and development.

(Left to right)

Famyrah Lafortune, '22 (International Relations)
Placement: Center for Law and Social Policy (Washington, D.C.)
Mentor: Wendy Cervantes, Director of Immigration

Megha Parwani, '22 (Philosophy and Political Science)
Placement: U.S. Senate Committee on Rules and Administration (Washington, D.C.)
Mentor: Ben Driscoll, Senior Counsel

Haleigh Quinn, ‘22 (Public Policy)
Placement: National Housing Law Project (Washington, D.C.)
Mentor: Noelle Porter, Director of Government Affairs


Schneider One-Year Fellows

Fellows work for one year in one of four Natural Resources Defense Council locations.

(Left to right)

Sylvie Ashford, ’21, '22 (B.A. International Relations, M.A. International Policy)
Placement: Natural Resources Defense Council – San Francisco, CA
Title: Western Sustainable Energy and Climate Fellow

Rachel Hu, ’22 (Civil and Environmental Engineering)
Placement: National Resources Defense Council – Chicago, IL
Title: Midwest Sustainable Energy and Climate Fellow

Ricky Huang, ’22 (B.A. Comparative Literature, M.A. Sustainability Science and Practice)
Placement: Natural Resources Defense Council – New York City, NY
Title: Eastern Sustainable Energy and Climate Fellow

Claire Lang-Ree, ’21, '22 (B.S. Earth Systems, M.S. Earth Systems)
Placement: National Resources Defense Council – San Francisco, CA
Title: Western Sustainable Energy and Climate Fellow


Tom Ford Fellowship in Philanthropy

Fellows work in a mentored position at a host foundation and learn about the role of philanthropy in society.

(Left to right)

Maggie Roache, ’22 (Political Science)
Placement: United Nations Foundation (New York City, NY)
Mentor: Michelle Milford Morse, Vice President for Girls and Women's Strategy

Zecheng Wang, ‘22(Political Science)
Placement: Co-Impact (Remote; New York City, NY)
Mentor: Moutushi Sengupta, Director of Programs, India

Kayla Williams, ‘22 (Political Science)
Placement: Share Our Strength (Washington, DC)
Mentor: Lillian Singh, Senior Vice President, Family Economic Opportunity

For more information about post-undergraduate fellowship opportunities, please contact Juaquín Sims at the Haas Center.