2019 AGLN Highlights Report 242

2019 AGLN Highlights Report

Published
Dear Friends,

The world has changed. The COVID-19 pandemic and resultant economic collapse have thrown into sharp relief the need for informed, values-based leadership around the world. The Fellows of the Aspen Global Leadership Network are meeting this unprecedented moment and, in so doing, also are demonstrating the power of our model.  Whether through seminar dialogues, individual reflection, or the cultivation of community, the AGLN seeks to strengthen Fellows’ resolve and prepare them to lead wisely without succumbing to the temptations of short-termism. Through your ongoing support of our work, you have planted the seeds of the response efforts of Fellows around the world.

In this report, we look back at some of the activities that primed Fellows to act. We start with insights from the first comprehensive study of our Fellowships’ impact and how the Fellows’ companies, communities, and personal growth manifest that story. We offer examples of Fellows tackling broad systems change, collaborations across Fellowships, and breakout leadership ventures. We also highlight the ways we weave global community through our seminars and the Resnick Aspen Action Forum. Finally, we show how, together with our partners, we enable Fellows to extend their influence and scale their impact.

Today, Fellows are addressing urgent needs, as they also adjust to the long-term vision of a new normal. The community Fellows create, the support they receive, and the values they hold will serve as a strong foundation for what is to come. Thanks to your support, the Aspen Global Leadership Network will continue to shape our new reality through solutions that contribute to a more free, just, and equitable world.

In Fellowship,
David Langstaff
Executive Vice President
Leadership Division
The Aspen Institute
Blog AGLN Blog 06/10/2020 1:30pm EDT

Leave a Comment

No Data Available

Other Recent Posts

Relevance

From creating preserving jobs and feeding families in need during the pandemic, to addressing the migration crisis in Central America through refugee support, Fellows are involved in organizations that are offering integral support to their communities. This Giving Season, we're excited to share with you causes that are close to the hearts of ...

Added by Samantha Cherry Blog AGLN Blog 12/18/2020

The Global Inclusive Growth Partnership, a collaboration between the Mastercard Center for Inclusive Growth and the Aspen Institute, is pleased to announce the 2020 recipients of the inaugural Global Inclusive Growth Spark Grants. The 2020 Grant awards $60,000 in total to four organizations led by Aspen Global Leadership Network Fellows from ...

Added by Victoria Scheffel Blog AGLN Blog 12/07/2020

This year has had no shortage of critical challenges and has laid bare the entrenched inequities and structural barriers that communities across the world face. The McNulty Foundation and the Aspen Global Leadership Network are excited to announce the 2020 recipients of the McNulty Prize Catalyst Fund - all leaders who are fearlessly and uniquely ...

Added by Samantha Cherry Blog AGLN Blog 10/20/2020

The last day of the 2020 Resnick Aspen Action Forum coincided with the anniversary of the historic March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom. Throughout the program, participants carefully reflected on Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s call to meet “the fierce urgency of now,” and what it means to be a global citizen. Hildegard Vasquez , a Central America ...

Added by Victoria Scheffel Blog AGLN Blog 08/29/2020

“Justice delayed is justice denied” is an ancient legal concept, but it’s been cast in stark relief in the last few months. The new pressures of the current pandemic have heightened the reality of inequality and injustice. Systems that most of the world contently ignored have reached a breaking point—or, perhaps, a boiling point. Now is the time that ...

Added by Victoria Scheffel Blog AGLN Blog 08/28/2020