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Nuala Pell Leadership Program Selects Fellows for 2022-2023 Academic Year

NEWPORT, RI—Twelve rising sophomores, juniors and seniors at Salve Regina University have been selected as fellows for the Nuala Pell Leadership Program for the 2022-2023 academic year.  Named in honor of the late Nuala Pell, wife of Sen. Claiborne Pell and an avid supporter of public service, the program is made up of a select number of diverse, high-achieving student fellows at Salve Regina. The Nuala Pell Leadership Program facilitates leadership development with an emphasis on public service through monthly meetings where students engage with accomplished leaders in the public sector and explore leadership theory, ethics and the evolution of public issues.  The Nuala Pell student leadership fellows also present their research on a range of public issues at Salve Regina’s annual SRyou Student Exposition, where undergraduate students share curricular, co-curricular and extracurricular research and involvements with the University community.  The fellowship year culminates with a visit to Washington D.C. where the student leadership fellows meet with both public and private-sector leaders.

The 2022-2023 cohort of Nuala Pell Leadership Program fellows include:

  • Chloe Calkins ‘24, psychology major, Hebron, Conn.
  • Caroline Chapell ‘23, marketing major, Providence, R.I.
  • Isabelle Cole ‘24, social work major, Chelmsford, Mass.
  • Victor Colin ‘24, financial management major, Greenwich, Conn. (Not pictured)
  • Trey Cruz ‘23, marketing major, Middletown, R.I.
  • Mouna Farkouh ‘24, biology major, Homs, Syria.
  • Amy Hoffman ‘23, psychology major, Milford, Mass.
  • Ashley Lefebvre ‘24, marketing major, Narragansett, R.I.
  • Levi Mitchell ‘24, environmental studies major, Olds, Alberta, Canada
  • Liadan O’Connor ‘23, global studies major, Redding, Conn.
  • Mitchell Parrillo ‘24, political science major, Johnston, R.I.
  • Abdou Sow ‘24, mathematics major, Dakar, Senegal (Not pictured)

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