The mission of the Eli J. & Phyllis N. Segal Citizen Leadership Program is to foster the next generation of citizen leaders. It was established to honor and continue the work of the late Eli Segal ’64, his wife Phyllis, and their commitment to developing new generations of leaders.

The Program is a constantly expanding, intergenerational constellation of citizen leaders working across all sectors, who give each other lifelong support as they devise solutions to society’s most intractable problems. It elevates citizen leadership and service as crucial to the health and well-being of our democracy and communities. See our most recent annual report here

Highlights

Fellow Spotlight: NEW 2024 Brandeis/Heller Segal Fellows

Join us in congratulating and welcoming our five 2024 Brandeis & Heller Segal Fellows: Mandy Feuerman, Brandie Garcia, Kai Kibilko, Riley Genevieve Miner, and Ela Petit Frere, who all join our 2024 Brandeis Cohort as lifelong Fellows and will take part in mission-driven Segal Summer Internships.

SEE their INTERNSHIP INTERESTS

Segal Fellow Spotlight: 2021 AmeriCorps Alums Segal Fellow Anthony Owusu Afriyie

2021 AmeriCorps Alums Segal Fellow Anthony Owusu Afriyie shares the knowledge-expanding experiences in his career and how "being a part of the Segal Network has been an invigorating experience that has reshaped my worldview, my identity and helped define my purpose."

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Shared Solidarity: A Conversation about Cross-cultural Allyship in the APIDA Community

Thank you for joining us in conversation with Tina Kim Philibotte; a seasoned Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Justice Advocate and Consultant; and Segal’s Equity Consultant Emerald Anderson Ford, of Social CRED! This discussion focused on caring for one another, building relationships, demanding nuance from one another, and working through conflict to reach solidarity, while recognizing historical context.