Sullivan Connections

The Sullivan Foundation offers programming, events and resources to help university faculty/staff and students lead changemaking efforts on their campuses and in their communities. Check back regularly to learn about our latest initiatives to help our partner schools make a lasting social impact.

Josh Campbell Brings "Super-Listening" Skills to Spring Ignite Retreat

As an Ignite Retreat coach, Campbell, an award-winning Philadelphia-based playwright, poet and facilitator, hopes to teach students how to "lead with grace."

Sanctuary Magazine: Meet Sanah Jivani, Speaker at the Spring 2022 Ignite Retreat

In 2018, Sanah Jivani spoke with Sanctuary Magazine's Myrna Beth Haskell about her alopecia diagnosis, her journey from self-hate to self-love, and her nonprofit foundation.
this photo shows Sanah Jivani of the Love Your Natural Self Foundation speaking to a group of school children.

Sanah Jivani: How This Ignite Retreat Speaker Learned to Love Her Natural Self

Jivani was three years old when she began losing her hair to alopecia. She shares the story of how she became a nonprofit leader and changemaker who's helped thousands of children live with -and embrace - being different.

Sarah Guest: The Sullivan Scholarship "Has Completely Changed the Trajectory of My Life"

Guest, an M.Ed candidate at Vanderbilt's Peabody College of Education and Human Development, discusses her participation in a program focused on education equity.

Data for Social Good: Sewanee DataLab Offers Internships for Students in the Sullivan Network

Student changemakers from all majors are encouraged to apply for these Summer 2022 internships focused on using data science to create a more just and equitable world.

Spring 2022 Ignite Retreat Promises a "Mind-Blowing" Experience for College Changemakers

The upcoming Sullivan Foundation event, taking place April 1-3, will deliver the same inspiring and life-changing results for student changemakers in a new locale: Staunton, Virginia.