Twenty-six Yale University students have been named Kerry Fellows for the 2020-21 academic year.

Twenty-six Yale University students have been named Kerry Fellows for the 2020-21 academic year.

Part of the Kerry Initiative led by former Secretary of State John Kerry YC ’66, the Fellows will collaborate with Sec. Kerry on leading-edge research aimed at developing real-world policy solutions.

The students represent Yale College and several of Yale’s professional schools, including the schools of the Environment, Law, Management, the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, and the Jackson Institute for Global Affairs.

The 2020-21 Kerry Fellows are:

Brian Basso (School of the Environment)
Helia Bidad (Yale Law School)
Courtney Bliler (Jackson Institute for Global Affairs)
Douglas Burt (Jackson Institute for Global Affairs)
Michela Catena (School of the Environment)
Kahlil Greene (Yale College)
Taek Jin Han (Jackson Institute for Global Affairs)
Blake Harwood (School of Management)
Sam Horowitz (School of the Environment)
Rory Jacobson (School of the Environment)
Dilan Ezgi Koc (Jackson Institute for Global Affairs)
Elizabeth Lange (Jackson Institute for Global Affairs)
Abby Lemert (Yale Law School)
Kyle Lemle (School of the Environment)
Randi Michel (Yale Law School)
Emma Montoya (Yale Law School)
Emile Newman (School of the Environment)
Akhil Rajan (Yale College)
Michael Robinson (Graduate School of Arts and Sciences)
Fernando Rojas (Yale Law School)
Jonathan Silverthorne (School of the Environment)
Teigist Taye (Yale College)
Alex Thew (School of Management)
Milan Vivanco (Yale College)
Alisa White (Yale Law School)
Namra Zulfiqar (Yale College)

Read more about this year’s Fellows.