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

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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

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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

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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"

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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

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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

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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.