Once a Fellow, Always a Fellow

Through Fellow-led reunions, multi-class regional gatherings, alumni seminars, and annual events like the Resnick Aspen Action Forum, Fellows stay connected to the network for life.  

Resnick Aspen Action Forum
The Resnick Aspen Action Forum is an annual gathering designed for Fellows of the Aspen Global Leadership Network. Through a combination of readings-based seminars, interactive dialogues, leadership problem-solving workshops, networking sessions, and more, participants challenge one another to think creatively about the leadership demands of the 21st century and spur one another to action.

Alumni Seminars
The Aspen Global Leadership Network strives to provide Fellows with opportunities for learning and engaging after the completion of the four core seminars. Past alumni semianrs include The Heroic Spirit: Lessons in Leadership and Life from Homer and Other Ancient Greeks, which celebrates the glory that was Greece by retracing the boldly innovative thought and sensuous wit of ancient Greeks, and Pursuing the Good Life, which explores the pathways to a life of meaning and significance. Contact Olivia O'Neil for more information about upcoming Alumni Seminars. 

John P. McNulty Prize
The John P. McNulty Prize aims to galvanize efforts to address the foremost social, economic, and environmental challenges of our time by recognizing the best of the exceptional leadership ventures undertaken by Aspen Global Leadership Network Fellows. The winner of the annual John P. McNulty prize receives a $100,000 award to further his or her leadership venture.

Braddock Scholars Program
The Braddock Scholars Program is open to US-based Aspen Global Leadership Network Fellows leading organizations that are primed to scale. Thanks to the generosity of Aspen Institute Trustee Rick Braddock, the program offers Fellows access to topflight mentors, Aspen Institute events, and discretionary professional development funds.