Chantalle Couba, an authentic voice for change and a solutions-driven strategist, was named as one of the 13 American leaders who were selected as the 2019 Eisenhower Fellows.
Chantalle is a qualitative researcher and progress designer and has been instrumental in creating a safe, professional space for women since the beginning of her career.
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“Thirteen highly accomplished American mid-career professionals from the worlds of finance, academia, affordable housing, health care, urban agriculture, veterans’ affairs, and the performing arts are the recipients of the 2019 USA Eisenhower Fellowship.”
“These rising leaders from across the United States will travel to Europe, Africa, Asia, South America, and the Middle East, broadening their horizons and expanding their approaches to problem-solving as they pursue individual projects.”
“Eisenhower Fellowships sends outstanding ascendant American leaders overseas to learn best practices abroad that they can then apply to their communities after they return home.”