2012 Eisenhower Fellows Announced: Include Three Philadelphians



Each year, Eisenhower Fellowships send approximately eight to ten high-achieving mid-career (aged 32-45) U.S. citizens or legal permanent residents abroad for an intensive, individually designed program in the country of their choice. This year's cohort of distinguished Eisenhower Fellows features three remarkable Philadelphians: Nikki Johnson-Huston, Assistant City Solicitor ∙ City of Philadelphia Law Department; Andrew Stoberm, Chief of Staff Mayor's Office of Transportation and Utilities; and Wendell E. Pritchett, Chancellor of Rutgers University Camden. 

Learn about all of the 2012 Fellows here