Resolution Announces Second Cohort of Fellow Council

The Resolution Project announced its second Fellow Council Cohort—a group of eight young leaders who will join an initial eight members to complete the 16-person inaugural Fellow Council. These 16 young leaders were onboarded as Resolution Fellows between 2013-2020 and they now represent all inhabited continents around the world. Members serve two-year terms and are tasked with enhancing the Fellow community experience for over 500 of their peers. 

“The Resolution Project was the first to believe in me and has been instrumental in sparking my change making journey,” said Resolution Fellow and new council member Koshika Krishna from India. “Not only does Resolution invest in social ventures, but more importantly, it invests in the people behind them. I am very excited to have the opportunity to engage in enhancing the experience and support offered to our Fellows! I am particularly interested in exploring opportunities and support required by our Fellows as we enter the post Covid-19 era. The pandemic has exacerbated the inequalities differently in each region, calling for an innovative, regional-specific, and intersectional response to addressing these challenges.”

“The Resolution fellowship has played a key role in my development as a professional and socially minded leader,” said Resolution Fellow and new council member Daniel Gillick from Australia. “The Fellow Council is a great opportunity to work alongside other passionate Fellows to help advance the mission and impact the fellowship brings to young leaders.”

Joining The Resolution Project’s Fellow Council as part of its second cohort is: