Jason Warwin 1995 fellow
Provides comprehensive, holistic and long-term support services to youth by focusing on issues such as leadership development and educational achievement, sexual responsibility, sexism and misogyny, political education and social justice, Pan-African and Latino history, and global awareness.
Jason Warwin began his career in community organizing and social service in 1989 at the age of sixteen, as an organizer within the anti-Apartheid movement. He attended Brown University and maintained a high level of activism within Black student groups and the Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. Also while at Brown, Jason served as the Youth Services Assistant at the John Hope Settlement House in Providence where he started Da' Brotherhood. He earned two Bachelor's degrees from Brown University: one in Organizational Behavior and Management, and an honors degree in Africana Studies. Jason is the co-founder & co-Director of The Brotherhood/Sister Sol, a grassroots youth development organization based in Harlem, New York. Since 1994, he has worked to grow the organization from a small college work-study project for young men, to a independent multi-service youth organization serving nearly 200 young men and women ages 6 through 25.