Harvard’s Institute of Politics (IOP), located at the Kennedy School of Government, has announced the selection of an experienced group of individuals for fellowships this spring. The following resident fellows will join the institute for the spring semester and will lead weekly, not-for-credit study groups on a range of political topics. Fellows interact with students, participate in the intellectual life of the community, and pursue individual studies or projects.
The resident fellows are Nesreen Berwari, minister of Municipalities and Public Works, Iraq Transitional National Government; Jane Campbell, former mayor of Cleveland; Ken Cooper, former national editor of the Boston Globe; Al Felzenberg, former deputy and senior director for communications, National Commission on Terrorist Attacks Upon the United States (the 9/11 commission); Ricardo Luna, former Peruvian ambassador to the United States; and Dotty Lynch, former senior political editor at CBS News.
“The Institute of Politics is very excited to host such great political practitioners, whose extensive experience in print and television media, communications, government, and international affairs will benefit our students and the entire Harvard community,” said Jeanne Shaheen, director of the IOP.