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|
|Saurav Kumar Ghosh||India||Capacity building, Civil rights, Development & Prosperity, Human Rights & Equality||2016|
|Paula Wachter||Argentina||Child protection, Civic Engagement, Capacity building, Abuse & Violence, Children & Youth, Development & Prosperity, Peace & Harmonious Relations||2016|
|Noran Sanford||United States||2016|
|Jeff Dykstra||United States||2016|
|Jennifer Bailey||United States||2016|
|Imran Khan||United States||2016|
|María Almazán||Spain||Employment, Income generation, Labor, Microenterprise, Conscious consumerism, Capacity building, Economic development, Natural resource management, Pollution, Business & Social Enterprise, Civic Engagement, Development & Prosperity, Environment & Sustainability||2016|
|Sebastián Marambio||Chile||Education / Learning, Education reform, Youth development, Children & Youth||2016|
|Viviana Waisman||Spain||Gender equity, Human Rights & Equality||2016|
|Alejandra Jimenez||Chile||Child care, Child protection, Early childhood development, Education / Learning, Education reform, Non-formal education, Youth development, Children & Youth||2016|
|David Cuartielles||Spain||Education / Learning, Education reform, Children & Youth||2016|