Featured Senior Fellows
Meet the people behind the scenes, making a difference where it counts.
Humanity in Action inspired Senior Fellow Honorine Goueth to devote herself to social activism and to combat systemic inequalities, leading her to a prestigious position as COO at Little Africa.
Senior Fellow Anough Baghdassrian is an aspiring human rights lawyer who is dedicated to acknowledging all individuals “Forgotten” by history, fighting for those in jeopardy of similar futures, and giving genocide victims a platform to tell their story.
Senior Fellow Jan Kirschenbaum is dedicated to preventing marginalization and discrimination through his work as co-founder of the organization Cukanft Jewish Association, which is dedicated to increasing Polish Jewish inclusion within Polish history and society.
Senior Fellow Madeeha Mehmood took what she learned from her John Lewis Fellowship and created educational simulations for high school students back in Denmark, enlightening them about democracy, compromise, and the power of media and activists. She strives to light a "fire in their eyes."
Having grown up in India, Senior Fellow Priyank Kalra knows all too well the divide between privilege and action, especially when it comes to businesses' impact on the environment. Through strategy and consulting, Priyanka supports businesses in shaping a cleaner world.
Senior Fellow Faith Oloruntoba’s experiences struggling with her identity as an African migrant in Europe instilled in her a desire to educate and empower girls and woman to surpass expectations through sex education programs.
Senior Fellow Henry Alt-Haaker founded and chaired Humanity in Action's German and European Senior Fellow Networks and works tirelessly in his professional life to connect with those who feel ostracized in their communities, determined to make them feel as though they belong.
From a young age, Senior Fellow Łukasz Niparko has devoted himself to living as an upstander, not a bystander, passionately working to find ways in which the global understanding of human rights can be expanded.