Equality & Empowerment
About

The strongest communities are those that give equal opportunity and voice to all members. Dedicated to this philosophy, Resolution Fellows are empowering people around the world with education, opportunities, and confidence that they have an equal say in their lives and their communities.

The strongest communities are those that give equal opportunity and voice to all members. Dedicated to this philosophy, Resolution Fellows are empowering people around the world with education, opportunities, and confidence that they have an equal say in their lives and their communities.

Joseph Opoku

Joseph has a wide range of experience advancing youth development in Ghana. He worked with the West Africa Civil Society Institute, Opportunity International, Children and Youth in Broadcasting and Springboard Roadshow Foundation, and many others. Joseph is passionate about education and youth development, particularly working to fill gaps within education. He founded the Youth Impact Workshop to help build the capacity of young people in Ghana to design, prototype and implement social enterprises at school and in their communities.

Journey Crowdfunding

Charles Zhang founded Journey Crowdfunding, a social crowdfunding platform based in Sydney, Australia. Journey Crowdfunding—in partnership with shelters and other partner organizations—will share the stories of the homeless and disadvantaged, and raise funds for self-advancement initiatives like occupational training and educational programs. By crowdfunding these "journeys," community donors will help these individuals achieve important milestones and move toward breaking the cycle of poverty. 

Charlie Zhang

Charles is a student at the University of Sydney in Australia studying a Bachelor of Commerce. Charles spent a semester abroad at Maastricht University in the Netherlands where he developed an avid curiosity for social enterprise. Upon returning to Sydney, he and two colleagues went on to develop Journey Crowdfunding, a social crowdfunding platform that aims to champion the disadvantaged and vulnerable by helping them fund specific self-advancement items.

Ladon

Anh Thu Ho’s social venture, Ladon, is a mobile platform that connects caretakers and social workers in the Bay Area with volunteer interpreters, to bridge the language barrier for senior citizens with limited English proficiency. Ladon will enable access to quality healthcare by increasing communication between non-English speaking senior citizens and caretakers, social workers, and other community services through volunteer interpreters.

Anh Thu Ho

Anh-Thu Ho (pronounced as /ɛŋ tʰuh ho/) is a BioEngineering major from both the University of California, Berkeley and Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (it’s complicated). Since her early teenage years, she has been joining and organizing various charity or volunteering projects to serve underprivileged communities in different countries. In 2015 alone, she joined a medical outreach to Batam Island, Indonesia where she helped doctors do basic medical check-ups and dispense medication. She also spearheaded Paint It On - a community art project in Danang Cancer Hospital, Vietnam.

Ingabo Safe Sites

Christelle’s venture is a program for the youth by the youth, working to provide access to sexual and reproductive health (“SRH”) services to a community in Kigali, Rwanda.  The SRH services will be equitable, affordable, confidential, and free of stigma and discrimination.  Launching on university campuses, Christelle will focus on basic SRH education to empower youth and increase their chances for sound personal health, family, and communities.

Christelle Kwizera

Christelle Kwizera, 21, is a young Rwandan activist and aspiring social entrepreneur. Currently a senior in Mechanical Engineering at Oklahoma Christian University, Kwizera works full time to promote youth-led initiatives and help fellow young people achieve their full potential.  Kwizera is the CFO of Emerging Leaders and Entrepreneurs of Rwanda, a platform for youth innovation, creativity and entrepreneurship that seeks to inspire and motivate young people, foster creative solutions, as well as provide advocacy to concerned governmental institutions.

Miguel Dias

Miguel Dias is currently pursuing a bachelors degree in Applied Mathematics and Statistics and in Biomedical Engineering with a focus on Computational Biology at Johns Hopkins University (2017).

He is on the Student Advocacy Board which manages the 50+ student service groups on campus and that organizes school wide events. He is a also tutor at the Baltimore City Jail, working at the mental health unit.