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  • Writer's pictureSusan Rohwer

Emerging Leaders Gather To Inspire

Updated: Oct 18, 2023

We love seeing our people being recognized for making a difference.

Reentry Campus Program, founder and executive director James Monteiro, recently joined fellow Emerging Leader Fund grantees to enjoy two days of peer learning at the Claneil Foundation.

In 2020 Reentry Campus Program Under James Monteiro’s leadership, Reentry Campus Program was selected as an Emerging Leaders Fund grantee from over 110 nominations.

Recipients are selected based on their creative vision, leadership capacity, potential for impact, and commitment to innovation and learning in one or more of the following issues: education, hunger and nutrition/food system, health and human services, and environment.

The grant program focuses on early-stage organizations in New England and Mid-Atlantic states. Organizations have typically existed for 3-5 years and have budgets of less than $1 million. Grantees are selected based on nominations from a diverse pool of nominators representing the foundation, nonprofit, and business sectors.

Thanks to the support of the Claniel Foundation, the Reentry Campus Program is thriving.

We couldn't support those incarcerated and those returning home from incarceration with their educational pathways without partners like you.


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