Nuala Pell Leadership Program

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The Nuala Pell Leadership Program provides leadership development opportunities to a select number of diverse, high-achieving student fellows at Salve Regina, exposing them to both the theory and practice of leadership. Named in honor of the late Nuala Pell, wife of Sen. Claiborne Pell and an avid supporter of public service, the program aims to build leadership skills that can be used in the classroom and beyond.

Accomplished leaders from the public and private sectors leven the experience, sharing practical real-world lessons from their own lives with students in the program.  Nuala Pell student leadership fellows also present their research on a range of public issues at Salve Regina’s annual SRyou Student Exposition.  The fellowship year culminates with a visit to Washington D.C. to meet with both public and private-sector leaders there and visit prominent national landmarks. 

To learn more about the program, email Martha Rose

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“The Nuala Pell Leadership trip to Washington, DC was the opportunity of a lifetime. It was truly inspiring to hear leadership advice and success stories from such influential people. I have a much deeper understanding of what it takes to be an effective leader . . . .” Devin Smith, Class of 2018

“Having the opportunity to meet the incredibly successful and experienced individuals we did was just the inspiration I needed.” Alessio Ayuninjam, Class of 2018

“Every person we met was driven by a goal to make the world a better place and they all carried that out in different ways. I think this is one of the hallmarks of Claiborne and Nuala Pell; they were leaders with a drive to do good . . . .” Evie O’Callaghan, Class of 2019

“I learned overall, leadership comes in so many different forms, shapes, and sizes. No one person has the ultimate answer to how to be a leader but there are a lot of techniques . . . .” Brian Schmidt, Class of 2019[/vc_column_text][vc_separator border_width=”3″][vc_row_inner][vc_column_inner width=”2/3″][vc_column_text]“A Global Call for Mercy – Vulnerable Communities Speak out through Quilts.”

Inspired by the Extraordinary Jubilee Year of Mercy – Pope Francis’ campaign for social justice – the exhibit was made possible by students in the Nuala Pell Leadership Program and the Advocacy Project, a nonprofit organization based in Washington, D.C.

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Recent Nuala Pell Leadership Blog Posts

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