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April 30, 2015

#EGFellows Making Headlines April 2015

As we draw closer to selecting our 2015 class of Fellows, we're reminded daily of the game-changing accomplishments of our existing Fellows. At this time last year, we saw the deep potential among the social change agents who would become the 2014 class of Fellows, from working to bring a new generation of changemakers to Baltimore, to identifying missing migrants who have died on the U.S.-Mexico border. This month, we're taking stock of this very active class as their work makes the headlines - take a look below!

Andrew Youn
Can Robotics Change Minds of African Science Students? 
Solomon King Benge, 2014 Global Fellow and founder of Fundibots, is using robotics to transform science education and create technological development in Africa.
For Schools With No Books, A Digital Collection So They Can Have a Real Library
Tanyella Evans and Rebecca McDonald, 2014 Global Fellows and co-founders of Library for All, are providing e-books to schools in developing countries to promote global literacy and education.
The Daily Record Announces '20 in Their Twenties' Winners
Fagan Harris, 2014 Black Male Achievement fellow and founder of Baltimore Corps, was named one of The Daily Record’s 20 in Their Twenties winners “whose creativity and entrepreneurial spirit are contributing to the new energy in Maryland.”
Teachers Facing Possible Decades in Prison for Cheating
Glenn Martin, 2014 Black Male Achievement Fellow and founder of JustLeadershipUSA, weighs in on the Atlanta cheating scandal and test score falsifications which lead to the imprisonment of educators.
Think About Bold Ideas, Think About Tom Osborn
Tom Osborn, 2014 Climate Fellow and founder of GreenChar, is creating alternative household energy solutions and reducing deforestation by selling charcoal briquettes in Kenya.
Ocean Green$
Bren Smith, 2014 Climate Fellow and co-founder of GreenWave, discusses farming’s modern financials and changing industry.