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India's first leadership program for young changemakers aged 15-18, delivered by a global coalition of 30+ leaders from 21 industries across 5 continents.
From #Metoo movement, police brutality & identity based lynchings to climate inaction and income inequality, socio-economic crises across the last few years have exposed the sorry state of leadership across industries.
FEELL is reforming early leadership education to build a new generation of egalitarian, ethical & liberal leaders.
India’s first leadership program providing young future leaders (aged 15-18) with a deeper understanding of the leadership challenges of social, economic & climate inequalities while equipping them with the industry & people skills required to execute change across industries in the 21st century.
The fellowship is delivered by 30+ global leaders from 5 continents and 21 industries who have led the most powerful governments, largest corporations and impact organisations in the world.
Our faculty have successfully managed to grow large organisations and impact millions of lives by putting people and ethics at the heart of their leadership values. They are thus uniquely positioned to inculcate the social, entrepreneurial & institutional skills that are crucial to succeed in leadership positions in todays rapidly changing industry environments.
Learning from and getting mentored by the most successful academic, industry and youth leaders in the world everyday for 9 weeks would provide our fellows with a rare multitude of perspectives that would fundamentally change the way they think about their careers, passions and how they fit into society around them.
MEET SOME OF OUR FACULTY
OUR INDUSTRY LEADERS
Political Director, President G.H. Bush; Advisor,US Dept of Defense; MPA,Harvard
COO Google, Western Europe;
MBA, London Business School
Career Coach at Oxford University; Fellow Royal Society of Arts & Commerce
Wendeline DE ZAN
Professor, MIT University;
Faculty in Leadership,
Microsoft & Morgan Stanley
Goldman Sachs Global Leader; Economist Reserve Bank of Aus; Phd Oxford
Former Global Head Policy, Oxfam; Lecturer Oxford University
Senior Advisor UNDP,
& World Bank; VP Indian Society of Labour Economics
Director, BNP Paribas; Former COO,Credit Suisse; Fintech, MIT
Advisor, UK Govt; Martin Luther King Awardee;
Int Relations, LSE
Leadership Program Director, World Economic Forum; Insead, MBA
Former Auditor, United Nations
MPA, Columbia University
US Senate Committee on Foreign Relations; Oxford-Thatcher Scholar
FELLOWSHIP IN NUMBERS
International Industry Leaders & Mentors
Real world skills
Ivy League advice sessions from alumni
Community field experiences
Graded fellowship certificate
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