TomorrowNow’s Executive Director was awarded the 2023 Rockefeller Foundation-Acumen Food Systems Fellowship alongside a group of trail-blazing food systems leaders.
Africa – TomorrowNow.org’s Executive Director Georgina Campbell Flatter joined the 2023 cohort of the Rockefeller Foundation-Acumen Food Systems Fellowship alongside phenomenal innovators and food changemakers working across the world.
According to the Acumen Academy, The Rockefeller Foundation-Acumen Food Systems Fellowship is an intensive, one-year leadership development program offered through Acumen Academy, the world’s school for social change.
The Food Systems Fellowship will introduce moral leadership concepts to a globally diverse cohort of 20 food systems builders who are creating more equitable, nourishing, and regenerative food systems.
With leading food systems facilitators, Fellows will participate in a blend of immersive seminars, workshops, and self-directed leadership experiments. The program will combine in-person and virtual learning over the course of the Fellowship year.
After Year 1 of the Fellowship, Food Systems Fellows will join Acumen’s global community of social innovators building a world without poverty and injustice.
While commenting on the new development, Georgina Campbell Flatter said,
“I can’t wait to begin this journey of moral and systems leadership together with a phenomenal cohort of #systembuilders. What a platform to further our mission at TomorrowNow!”
Read the 2023 Acumen Food Systems Fellowship announcement HERE.