Get search results, and see a map display for up to three types of Ashoka network members: Ashoka Fellows, Ashoka Changemaker Schools, and AshokaU Changemaker Campuses. You can filter your results by country and keyword.

Ashoka selects the world's leading social entrepreneurs as Ashoka Fellows; the leading elementary, middle and high schools as Changemaker Schools when their students prioritize empathy, teamwork, leadership, problem-solving and changemaking; and colleges and universities as Ashoka Changemaker Campuses when they make social innovation an embedded core value.

Name Type Country Focus of Work Election Date
Collège Pierre Faure Changemaker School France 2017
Collège Frédéric Mistral Changemaker School France Children & Youth, Education / Learning 2017
Martin Aufmuth Fellow Germany Health care, Health & Fitness 2017
Rebecca van Bergen Fellow United States Business, Employment, Labor, Business & Social Enterprise 2017
Stéphane De Freitas Fellow France Education / Learning, Youth development, Citizen / community participation, Democracy & voting, Capacity building, Technology, Children & Youth, Civic Engagement, Development & Prosperity 2017
Anindita Majumdar Fellow India Citizen / community participation, Civic Engagement 2017
Tom Ravenscroft Fellow United Kingdom Education reform, Children & Youth 2017
Sanderson Jones Fellow United Kingdom Citizen / community participation, Mental health, Civic Engagement, Health & Fitness 2017
Marc Koska Fellow United Kingdom HIV / AIDS / STDs, Health care, Health & Fitness 2017
Neelkanth Mishra Fellow India Economic development, Agriculture, Development & Prosperity, Environment & Sustainability 2017
Jithin Nedumala Fellow India Education / Learning, Children & Youth 2017
Sreeja S Fellow India Education / Learning, Civic Engagement, Children & Youth 2017
Basit Jamal Fellow India 2017
Ecole Publique de Tourouzelle Changemaker School France Children & Youth, Education / Learning, Civic Engagement 2016
Florian Zech Fellow Germany Education / Learning, Non-formal education, Youth development, Poverty alleviation, Children & Youth, Development & Prosperity 2016