Beau Seil, Managing Partner at Patamar Capital, has been selected as one of eleven 2018 U.S. Eisenhower Fellows. These Fellows are thought leaders in sustainable food production, quantum computing, transportation, sustainable design, education, impact investing, labor migration and healthcare. Fellows will kick-start their fellowship experience by attending an April opening seminar with the 2018 Global Fellows in Philadelphia.
The Eisenhower Fellowship (EF) identifies, empowers and connects innovative leaders through a transformative fellowship experience and lifelong engagement in a global network of dynamic change agents committed to creating a world more peaceful, prosperous, and just.
The mid-career leaders who are selected for the fellowship display the vision and passion to pursue concrete projects with real impact on their societies.
USA Fellowship candidates are awarded a four- to five-week fellowship and visit one or two countries in the EF network. In collaboration with program staff and global Fellows, USA Fellows select the most professionally relevant and rewarding destinations. On fellowship, they meet with leaders in their fields who would help them to achieve their program goals and are supported by Eisenhower Fellows in the region. Unique to EF is that all Fellows pursue an individually-designed program in their field of interest.
USA Fellows hail from all professional fields and represent the private, public and nonprofit sectors. They are recruited on a national basis, with EF’s Leadership Steering Committees helping nominate and interview candidates in seven regional hubs: Boston, Chicago, Los Angeles, Philadelphia, Raleigh-Durham, San Francisco and St. Louis.
To learn more about the 2018 Eisenhower Fellows and the Eisenhower Fellowship, visit their website.