The mentorship program has three objectives:
- Exposure: Mentors share their own stories of developing and executing purposeful second chapters with Fellows to offer a tangible and relatable role model.
- Guidance: Mentors help Fellows to reflect on their priorities and imagine the possibilities for how they can contribute to society in their next chapter.
- Feedback: Mentors advise Fellows on their Purpose Plan, sharing direct feedback on how Fellows can improve their plan for beyond the fellowship year.
Below are examples of the individuals who have agreed to serve as mentors.
Senior Advisor, Office of Medicaid Innovation at the University of Illinois
Senior Publishing Executive and Author, Cofounder of Little Bridges
Author, “Restoring the Soul of Business: Staying Human in the Age of Data,” and Senior Advisor, Publicis Groupe
Immediate Past President, John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation