For the 2023-24 program year we accepted 22 youth organizers to be Mike Yarrow Peace Fellows. Their projects range from combating climate change to racial justice to advocating for those suffering from mental health stigma.

2023-24 Mike Yarrow Peace Fellows:
Youth Leadership

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Aarush Gadwal

Frisco, TX- 15 Youth Organizing & Social Media

Abigail Glowen

Shelton, WA- 17 Climate Crisis

Ada Safi

Seattle, WA- 17 Afghanistan Immigrant Organizing

Alex Cassidy

Olympia, WA- 17 LGBTQ Youth Organizing

Alyssa Hawkins

Tukwila, WA- 18 Environmental Activism

Anela Dekker

Seattle, WA- 16 Native American Organizing and Decolonization

Anoova Satar

Olympia, WA- 15 Artful Activism in the Bengali Community

Fatima Muwahed

Bellevue, WA- 16 Afghanistan Immigrant Community Activism

Justin Yang

Woodinville, WA- 17 Climate Crisis

Moksha Karuturi

Bellevue, WA- 17 Climate Crisis/Carbon Sequestration

Nila Safi

Seattle, WA- 19 Human Rights

Sienna Rogeveen

Seattle, WA- 17 Health Care Inequality

Ishna Tickoo

Bothell, WA- 17 Racial Justice/Mental Health Advocacy

Justin Chau

Burien, WA- 21 Health Care/Community Organizing in the International District

Naman Desai

Redmond, WA- 15 Environmental Justice/Fertilizer Pollution

Oromia Kelbassa

Seattle, WA- 18 Youth Organizing/Equality

Talbott Chesley

Seattle, WA- 17 Environmental Activism

Vindhya Adamala

Olympia, WA- 16 Food Justice & Anti-Racism

Ivy Liu

Seattle, WA- 15 Environmental Activism/Hydroponic Agriculture

Nede Ovbeiebo

Federal Way, WA- 21 Health Care/AIDS

Shoeb Safi

Seattle, WA- 15 Health Care

Zachary Song

Tumwater, WA- 18 Diversity & Environmental Activism

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