GreenLatinos is excited to Announce that the organization will host one of nine Frank Karel Fellows in 2016.
The Karel Fellowship honors and advances the legacy of Frank Karel, who established, led and nurtured the field of strategic communications during his 30 years as chief communications officer for the Robert Wood Johnson and Rockefeller Foundations. Karel believed that racial and ethnic minorities were underrepresented in the public interest communications field and that foundations and public interest organizations needed to be proactive in recruiting and nurturing broader participation and leadership in public interest communications and advocacy.
This summer, GreenLatinos will welcome Jeanette Alcaraz from the University of Arizona as an important member of our team. After graduating from Pima Community College in Tucson, Arizona, Jeanette began at the University of Arizona where she currently studies Business Management. Jeanette is also one of two Jack Kent Cooke scholars in the 2016 Karel cohort.
We look forward to welcoming Jeanette to the team this summer.
More information on the Frank Karel Fellowship in Public Interest Communications can be found at: http://www.karelfellowship.org/