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Meet the Post-undergraduate Fellows

Cardinal Careers 2015-16

2015-16 Fellows

John Gardner Public Service Fellowship

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

  • Destiny Lopez, '16 (History and Political Science)
  • Hadley Reid, '16 (Human Biology)
  • Jo Williams, '16 (Human Biology)

Previous Gardner Fellows

Omidyar Network International Public Service Fellowship

Graduates work with a preselected global organization advancing good governance, development, and the rule of law. (Administered by Stanford's Center on Democracy, Development and the Rule of Law.)

  • Tim Huang, ’14 (B.A. Human Biology; M.A. Education)
    • Hometown: Long Beach, Californa
    • Interests: International Youth Development and Empowerment
  • Jared Naimark, ’14 (Earth Systems)
    • Hometown: Phoenix, Arizona
    • Interests: Global Sustainable Development

 Previous Omidyar Fellows

Stanford Public Interest Network (SPIN) Fellowship

Graduates work for a public interest organization in California or D.C., be part of a professional development cohort, matched with an alumni mentor.

  • Kelly Hernandez, '17 (Political Science, MA Sociology), Young Invincibles, Washington, D.C.

  • Sonal Goyal, '17 (Economics), King Philanthropies, Menlo Park, CA

  • Caitlin Esparza, '16 (Human Biology)LifeMoves, Curriculum and Workshop Fellow, Menlo Park, CA

  • Virginia Wang, '16 (Biology), Ravenswood Family Health Center, East Palo Alto, CA

  • Jordyn Irwin, '16 (Human Biology), Ravenswood Family Health Center, East Palo Alto, CA

  • Shavana Talbert, '16 (Human Biology/African and African American Studies), Ravenswood Family Health Center, East Palo Alto, CA

  • Brian Leahy, '16 (Human Biology)Ravenswood Family Health Center, East Palo Alto, CA

  • Danielle Vazquez, '16 (Human Biology), Ravenswood Family Health Center, East Palo Alto, CA

  • Jemima Oso, '16 (Human Biology), Redwood City 2020, Shinnyo-En Fellow, John W. Gardner Center for Youth and their Communities, Redwood City, CA

  • Roselyn Miller, '16 (Anthropology)Redwood City 2020, Redwood City, Ca

  • Laura Pietrantoni, '16 (Political Science)Partnership for Public Service​, Washington, D.C. 

 Previous SPIN Fellows

Tom Ford Fellowship in Philanthropy

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

  • Hannah Meropol, '16 (Political Science)
  • Nicolle Richards, '16 (Public Policy)
  • Joy Scott, '16 (History) 

Previous Ford Fellows

For more information about post-undergraduate fellowship opportunities, please contact Leslie Garvin.