Carnegie Ethics Fellows

In today’s world of geopolitical upheaval and global economic transformation, where can young leaders go to truly understand the power of ethical leadership, its impact on multilateral cooperation and collaboration, as well as how it applies in their professional and personal lives?

The Carnegie Ethics Fellowship is a space for talented young professionals to develop their capabilities and be examples of values-driven responsible leadership.

Fellows collaborate on projects curated by Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs, where they have the opportunity to contribute to work that has deep connections to both New York and the broader world. The two-year Fellowship is structured to develop the next generation of ethical leaders from business, government, academia, and non-governmental organizations. The Fellowship is part of Carnegie Council’s significant commitment to developing ethics in leadership and to the communities of experts that work toward this end, aligning the power of decision-making with reflective right action.

Carnegie Ethics Fellows (2023 - 2025)

Alen Amini

Carnegie Ethics Fellow; Boston Consulting Group

Kristina Arakelyan

Carnegie Ethics Fellow; NYC Human Resources Administration/Department of Social Services

Pekun Bakare

Carnegie Ethics Fellow; Goldman Sachs

Sophie Flint

Carnegie Ethics Fellow; Strategic Resource Group

Bojan Francuz

Carnegie Ethics Fellow; Center on International Cooperation, New York University

Travis Gidado

Carnegie Ethics Fellow; Kirkland & Ellis LLP

Austin Hansen

Carnegie Ethics Fellow; Google

Christine Jakobson

Carnegie Ethics Fellow; Principia

George Shadrack Kamanda

Carnegie Ethics Fellow; University of Oxford

Mohammed "Moh" Kilani

Carnegie Ethics Fellow; No One Left Behind; Truman National Security Project

Ebuka Okoli

Carnegie Ethics Fellow; Illinois State University

Geraldine Sciolto

Carnegie Ethics Fellow; Federal Reserve Bank of New York,

Hinh Tran

Carnegie Ethics Fellow; Ramp

Julia M. Wilton

Carnegie Ethics Fellow; K2 Integrity

Carnegie Ethics Fellows have access to a unique set of benefits:

Leadership Cohort

A leadership cohort nested in a set of Carnegie Council communities—its expert network, its affiliate network, and the alumni network that will grow from the Fellowship.

Tailored Curriculum

A two-year curriculum with sponsored/endorsed modules for personal-professional development curated by Carnegie Council and its partners. Collaborative opportunities that connect the leadership cohort to the world through institutions, themes, and projects.

Custom Network & Events

An inclusive and open space to foster deeper discussion, to cultivate new relationships through shared experiences, and to broaden networks across industries, sectors, and communities.

Thought Leadership Platform

Opportunities for thought leadership, publication, and content creation in collaboration with Carnegie Council in order to reach a global audience.

Applications for the Carnegie Ethics Fellows program are currently closed. Please check back for future application periods.