Ada Aroneau

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2007

Pomona College Fellows worked with their campus administration to develop a timeline for achieving carbon neutrality. They established an academic-activist entity that gave students loans to do individual research projects and awareness-raising events on sustainability.

Adam Feiler

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2007

Adam created a publication website that was updated daily in order to build more cohesion, collaboration, and power within his campus’ progressive groups. The website, Georgetownprogressive.com, had multimedia forums, interactive capability, and interesting features that integratef humor, culture, politics, and policy. Progressive Coalition partners held regular meetings, developed their own content, promoted the publication to a broader college readership nationwide, and produced a guide on how to unite movement and political progressives, helping to build leadership capacity across sectors.

Adam Greenberg

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2007

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Aiman Rauf

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2007

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Alberto Gonzales

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2007

2007 UC Berkeley Fellows were able to build a progressive power structure on their campus through student government initiatives.

Alberto Lara

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2007

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Alessandra Aponte

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2007

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Alex Hill

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2007

Alex Hill worked to improve the infrastructure of S.C.O.U.T. B.A.N.A.N.A., an organization that aims to promote and support community-based projects and initiatives in Africa, including, but not limited to: fighting preventable diseases, providing a secure source of food and clean water, improving child and maternal health, and sponsoring community health-worker trainings. Through his Blueprint, Alex worked to move the organization from an informal affiliation of 18 university chapters in 5 states and 2 Canadian provinces to a formal umbrella organization with solid support structures

Alexa Cordoba Alvarado

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2007

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Alexander Grasser

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2007

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