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    Are you one of the nearly 6,000 leaders who’ve graduated from Public Allies? If so, join our new “Rockstars Registry,” an easy-to-navigate tool connecting our nationwide network of alumni leaders to one of their most powerful resources: each other. Click here to join.

    Congratulations to Ivan Marchena, an Ally at Public Allies Washington, D.C., who had the honor of introducing President Barack Obama at AmeriCorps' 20th Anniversary celebration at the White House in September, 2014.

    Public Allies Chicago alumni Yamani Hernandez (Class of '97) and Kelly Tsai (Class of '00) are among 20 leaders receiving National Leadership Awards by AmeriCorps Alums in honor of AmeriCorps' 20th anniversary.

    Presenting Adren O. Wilson, Ph.D., as Public Allies CEO

    Black Male Achievement Leaders Visit White House, AmeriCorps Grants Update, New ServiceWorks Grant, & More in May 2014 Newsletter

    Martin Luther King Jr. Service Day, Alum Shameer Zamata on Saturday Night Live, & More in April 2014 Newsletter

    Public Allies is proud to partner with Echoing Green and American Express on our Community Innovators Circle, designed to help alumni build social innovation around our core values. 

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    A Message From CEO Adren O. Wilson, Ph.D.

    I am honored and humbled to begin my journey at Public Allies. I am deeply grateful to be part of an organization with a rich history of transforming lives and communities. And I am also keenly aware that many people have over more than two decades worked to create Public Allies' legacy of diverse and values-centered leadership development...
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    Featured Story

    Jennifer Beamon faced many challenges before joining Public Allies. She persevered through them all because she was born to lead.