Ascend is honored that our Executive Director Anne Mosle has been named to the Holding Co.’sCARE 100 List, a first-of-its-kind list of the people doing the most to re-imagine and re-humanize our care system. We are even more overjoyed to see so many of our Ascend Fellows, Network partners, Parent Advisors, philanthropic partners, and Family Prosperity community on the list.
This recognition affirms what we’ve known all along – there are visionary leaders using their collective power to create a more compassionate and equitable worldfor children and families. Investing in these fiercely committed champions is always the right bet.
Let’s toast the warriors, weavers, builders, and more on the CARE 100! And a special shoutout to our Ascend Fellows and partners on the list, who are highlighted below:
Meet Nathan Chomilo, a 2022 Ascend Fellow and 2023 Aspen Ideas Health Fellow who’s incorporating community collaboration and racial equity into Minnesota’s Medicaid policy development. Nathan Chomilo’s work has centered on the impact that early childhood intervention and healthcare access have on the long-term prospects of our children and how health systems can address racial …
In her Anchorage Daily News op-ed , 2022 Ascend Fellow, Jessica Saniġaq Ullrich, shares the importance of preserving Indigenous languages as a way to uphold their Elders' history, way of life, values, and relationships.
Today, the Aspen Institute announced its 2022 Aspen Institute Ascend Fellows, 22 leaders from across the United States who are primed to transform systems so that our youngest children and families can thrive.
In an article in Early Learning Nation, the Ascend Fellowship and two Ascend Fellows - Joe Waters and Atiya Weiss - are highlighted for their leadership to combat the climate crisis and mobilize thinking and action for the next century and beyond.
In an op-ed for Chronicle of Philanthropy, Joe Waters highlights the Ascend Fellowship as an “example of an effective approach” to developing a new generation of global leaders in the climate and early-childhood movements.