Fellowship On Echoing Green Blog

What happens when 150 Echoing Green Fellows live, breathe, and debate social change amidst the hustle and bustle of one of the world’s largest cities – and what lessons can you incorporate into your life?

Fellows respond to the President's actions with some hope, and acknowledgement of the distance yet to overcome.

Echoing Green’s approach to supporting groundbreaking, early-stage social entrepreneurs runs much deeper than a two-year stipend and health insurance.

Last Mile Health is developing a clear and comprehensive strategy to combat Ebola, and to strengthen the Liberian health system for the long term.

Part pragmatism, part political theater, Bren is drawing attention to the plight, and the opportunities, of the sea.

Priya Haji influenced a generation of social entrepreneurs through her passion, warmth, strength, and idealism. We will miss her.

Social entrepreneurs face more options than ever for structuring their organizations, but a misinformed choice may limit their impact.

Medic Mobile founder Josh Nesbit was a pre-med student at Stanford in 2008 when he visited Malawi for the first time. Encountering the Malawians and their situation changed his life—and he’s been determined to return the favor ever since, by changing theirs.

Meet who's next ​in social entrepreneurship: With fifty-five Fellows leading forty-two organizations, meet our largest class of Fellows in its twenty-seven year history.

Becca Heller is reforming the Special Immigrant Visa process for interpreters who risked their lives for American troops during the Iraq war.

Pages