20 2019-2020 Kerry Fellows Named

Twenty Yale University students have been named Kerry Fellows for the 2019-20 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 several of Yale’s professional schools, including the schools of Medicine, Forestry and Environmental Studies, Law, Management, the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, and the Jackson Institute for Global Affairs.

The 2019-20 Kerry Fellows are:

  • J. Elizabeth Allan (Yale Law School)
  • Jariel Bytheway (School of Management)
  • Andrea de Sa (Yale Law School)
  • Katherine Fang (Yale Law School)
  • Anthony Formica (Jackson Institute for Global Affairs)
  • Nicholas Frisch (Graduate School of Arts and Sciences)
  • Max Goldberg (Yale Law School)
  • Kareem Hammoud (School of Forestry and Environmental Studies)
  • Kelsey Hartman (School of Forestry and Environmental Studies)
  • Hannah Heether (Jackson Institute for Global Affairs)
  • Annie Himes (Yale Law School)
  • Lucas Isakowitz (School of Forestry and Environmental Studies)
  • Brian Kim (Yale Law School)
  • Shobhit Kumar (Jackson Institute for Global Affairs)
  • Noah Lerner (School of Forestry and Environmental Studies and School of Management)
  • Isa Qasim (Yale Law School)
  • Zach Ratner (School of Forestry and Environmental Studies and School of Management)
  • Madison Sharp (School of Medicine)
  • Evelin Toth (School of Forestry and Environmental Studies)
  • Emily Tucker (School of Forestry and Environmental Studies)

Read more about this year’s Fellows.