The Global Fellows Program is aimed at identifying local leaders in the Black community and directing their leadership abilities from a locally driven perspective to a global outlook.
Global Strategists Association Global Fellows program is a two year fellowship program that allows you to:
1.Gain from former and past global leaders via education, training and development of the program while applying best practices in leadership and entrepreneurship on the global stage.
2.Develop an understanding of the problems, challenges and resources in the world today.
3. Understand the importance of global leadership and combine Fellows’ personal leadership interests with opportunities to help meet global challenges.
4.Be exposed to the difficulties and opportunities of leadership in diverse groups, while cultivating valuable connections.
Serve as an ambassador of GSA as well as the advisory board for 1 year after program ends.
2016 Global Fellows
Individually, their ideas and their commitment are changing lives and communities. Together, they are changing the world.
Dr. Amara C. Enyia
Global Leader Fellow 2016-2018
On the GSA Fellowship: “The GSA Fellowship is an excellent platform for me to both facilitate and contribute to the most pressing foreign policy issues of the day. I’m looking forward to a broadened global platform in which to play a meaningful role in driving conversations and policy development on issues of local and global significance and impact.”
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Amara C. Enyia (“ACE”) is a public policy consultant where she manages several economic development, education, fiscal policy, and workforce development initiatives and drafts position papers, legislation, and analysis for elected officials and community-based organizations. She has also served as Executive Director of the Austin Chamber of Commerce, Policy Director of Manufacturing Renaissance, and Policy Analyst in the City of Chicago Mayor’s Office. In addition to local policy, Dr. Enyia leverages extensive international affairs/foreign policy expertise in Central Asia, Africa, Latin America, and the Middle East. Dr. Enyia holds Bachelors degrees in Broadcast Journalism, Political Science, and News Editorial, a law degree focusing on International law and development, a Masters Degree in Education and a PhD in Education Policy Studies.
Kashay leads organizations in capacity building by focusing on the human aspect of organizational development. She creates learning experiences which strive to maximize and realize human potential in public and non-profit sector organizations. Her global leadership has been aided by learning and living abroad–in Japan, India, Denmark, Bosnia and Belize–Kashay seeks to understand what aspects of organizational development and design are culturally cross-cutting. The thread that unites Kashay’s experiences is an emphasis on process-development, facilitation design, and generating access points for people to step into the best version of themselves. Kashay graduated from Dartmouth College Manga Cum Laude with a major in Women’s & Gender Studies and a double minor in Anthropology and Japanese.
Global Entrepreneur Fellow 2016-2018
Emile Cambry, Jr. is a business professor, filmmaker, and social entrepreneur born, raised and still calling Chicago home. After receiving his Bachelor’s degree in Economics from the University of Chicago and his MBA from Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management, Emile gained experience in Investment Banking for J.P. Morgan Chase as well as teaching as he was a Professor at North Park University and recognized as one of the Top 50 Business School Professors. Perhaps Mr. Cambry’s largest project to date was founding the technology and entrepreneurship incubator, BLUE1647, expanding to several different locations across the Midwest. Emile has Produced films that have been licensed by HBO and Cinemax, as well as Showtime.