2006 Global Fellow
Founder of Bardoli Global, Inc.
Anthony Jewett 2006 Global Fellow
Inspire African American college students to study abroad, driving a drastic increase in the number of students of color who do so and thereby transforming the face of America abroad.
Anthony Jewett is currently the co-founder and chairman of the Board of Directors for the National Center for Global Engagement (NC4GE). Before founding Bardoli Global in 2005, Anthony served as a bilingual elementary school teacher in New York City with Teach For America. He has studied and worked abroad on a variety of assignments in South America, West Africa, China, and the Middle East. He serves on the boards of the Collaborative for Diversity in Education Abroad and the editorial advisory board of International Educator magazine. Anthony earned a BA in International Studies from Morehouse College in 2003, where his passion for study abroad and community service earned him both the Freeman-Asia and Benjamin Gilman awards from the Institute of International Education.
- Global Fellow
- North America
- United States
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