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.

Welcoming Carmela Belizaire as New Segal Assistant Director

Please join us in welcoming our amazing new Segal Assistant Director, Carmela Belizaire! We are thrilled to have her and all the powerful range of skills, experience, and passion she brings to the role.

Read more about Carmela in her welcome interview with Segal Fellow Sylvia Stewart! 

Reproductive Freedom: Legal Rights, Political Context, and Opportunities for Action

Over 70 people joined us, in-person at Zinner Forum and on Zoom, on Wednesday, March 8th - International Women's Day - for a discussion on reproductive freedom with women's rights attorney and activist, Julie F. Kay, in conversation with Interim Dean Maria Madison. More details online.

Fellow Spotlight: 2023 Brandeis and Heller MPP Segal Fellows

Join us in congratulating and welcoming our five newest Brandeis Undergraduate & Heller MPP Segal Fellows: Jovita Bell, Saynab Maalin, Katherine Nace, Anthony Ruiz, and Amelia Trahan, who will all join our 2023 Brandeis Cohort as lifelong Fellows.

Hear more about our newest Segal Fellows and access their bios in their Segal Fellow Spotlight