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September Celebrations:
Meet the Leaders Making a Wave


We welcomed a new cohort of NXT-GEN fellows this month! The NXT-GEN Fellowship for Moral Leadership is designed for emerging managers and leaders navigating our increasingly interdependent and morally activated world. Each fellow has been selected to participate because they stand out in their organizations for exhibiting values-based behavior and principled decision making.

Click on the image above to watch a video about our newest cohort and learn how your organization can get involved with NXT-GEN on our website.

We are thrilled to announce the winners of the 2022 The Elie Wiesel Foundation for Humanity Prize in Ethics: Tyler Jager, Sarah Edelson, Amirah Elayan, Alex Viviano, and Eric Evangelista!

The five contest winners were selected from hundreds of college student applicants for their exceptional essays that analyze ethical issues facing our world today. Each winner was awarded scholarship funds to continue their journey of ethical decision making. You can read the essays and learn more about the Prize including how to apply on the Elie Wiesel Foundation website.

The Prize in Ethics Essay Contest, established in 1989 by Nobel Peace Prize laureate Elie Wiesel and his wife, Marion Wiesel, is an annual competition that challenges college students to explore their moral compasses and address the injustices that confront them in today’s world. Dov Seidman became the exclusive partner of the Prize in Ethics in 2008. Dov has since partnered with the Elie Wiesel Foundation for Humanity to ensure Elie Wiesel’s legacy lives on by offering the Prize as part of the work of The HOW Institute.

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