Finance Leaders Fellowship
Nominations are currently being accepted for the 2023 class of Finance Leaders Fellows
If you are interested in being nominated or serving as a nominator, click here to access the 2023 Nomination Form. For more information on the nomination process, click here. The window to submit a nomination closes on January 08, 2023. If you have questions about the program or nomination process, please direct all inquiries to [email protected]
The Aspen Institute Finance Leaders Fellowship (FLF) is developing an impact-driven global community of influential leaders prepared to use their platforms and expertise to address the most complex issues the industry faces and use finance as a force for societal good.
Representing a diverse range of global perspectives and sectors within the finance ecosystem, Finance Leaders Fellows undertake a two-year fellowship journey of intensive discourse and reflection that challenge them to consider their role and responsibility as finance leaders and cultivate a deep understanding of values-based leadership. Ultimately, Fellows commit to turn reflection into action by pursuing more sustainable, transparent, and equitable outcomes for the industry and society.
Founded in 2016 by Aspen Institute Henry Crown Fellow, Ranji Nagaswami, and Aspen Institute Trustee, Chris Varelas, the Finance Leaders Fellowship is made up of 103 Fellows representing 20 countries. The five classes of Fellows to date have joined 3,500 entrepreneurial leaders from over 60 countries as members of the Aspen Global Leadership Network.