Ben Anders (2007) was announced as the 2015 American Dental Education Association (ADEA)/Sunstar Americas, Inc./Jack Bresch Student Legislative Intern. Ben will be a member of the ADEA AGR staff and participate in congressional meetings on Capitol Hill, coalition meetings, and policy discussions. To learn more about this internship, visit the ADEA website.
Akbar Khan (2014) and his nonprofit Bags to Riches, an organization that is dedicated to making education more accessible to underprivileged youth by collecting unused and unwanted conference bags for children across the globe, was featured on the ONE website, where he is interning this year.
Megan Rosenberger (2013) was selected as a Resolution Fellow after presenting her venture Barrels by the Bay, which seeks to bring awareness to World Water Day by painting and installing rain barrels throughout Annapolis. In partnership with the Clinton Foundation, over 500 students competed for one of the fellowship positions which provide hands-on mentorship, world-class global advisory resources, and $5,000 in seed funding. Chelsea Clinton announced Megan and 14 others as the winners at the 2015 Clinton Global Initiative Conference in Miami. Afterwards, Megan even had the chance to discuss her non-profit with Clinton.
The Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation is a proud Pathway Partner with the Resolution Project. Learn more about their model for identifying and inspiring young leaders through their Social Venture Challenges and Resolution Fellowships at their website.
Justin Pasquariello (1997) is featured in an article on the Harvard Business School Alumni site regarding his career as the Executive Director or Children’s HealthWatch in Boston.
Daron Roberts (1997) was selected to be a member of the inaugural class of Presidential Leadership Scholars, a unique leadership development initiative that draws upon the resources of the U.S. presidential centers of Lyndon B. Johnson, George H.W. Bush, William J. Clinton, and George W. Bush. These presidential centers have partnered to bring together a select group of leaders who have the desire and capacity to take their leadership strengths to a higher level in order to help their communities and our country. The next round of applications will be open this summer, and details can be found on their website.
Marvin Carr (2005) received his doctorate from Morgan State University in Baltimore and is working at the White House in the office of the Chief Technology Officer of the United States, Megan Smith, as her STEM education policy intern.