2019 Class of Fellows: Community and Neighborhood Development
Ford’s Thirty Under 30 is a yearlong course in leadership and civic engagement that matches nonprofits with Ford employees under age 30 in the U.S., Canada and for the first time - Mexico.
Back row (L-R): Cameron Merritt, Marketing, Sales and Service; Robert Collard, Mobility Solutions; John Hagermanfletcher, Engineering; Ashmita Randhawa, Marketing, Ford of Canada; Jabari Brooks, Information Technology; Anthony Villano, Research and Advanced Engineering; Keith Clark, Manufacturing; Mujadded Qureshi, Product Development ...View More
(L-R): Juan Navarro Ortiz, Product Development, Ford of México; Alba Bautista Aguilar, Product Development, Ford of México; Renata Palomino Robles, Communications, Ford of México; Itzel Garrido Ambriz, Ford Credit, Ford of México; Ernesto Meza Medina, Product Development, Ford of México
Who We Work With
Detroit, Mich., serves the community by working alongside partner churches, supporters and foundation to help neighbors get into affordable homes, learn new skills to get a job and provide assistance during a crisis.
Fellows: Jabari Brooks, Erin Rose Briggs, Brianna Krus, Sarah Miller, Marisa Zelip
Detroit, Mich., organizes a wide range of community improvement programs designed to help their community in northwest Detroit prosper as a place to live, work and play.
Fellows: Keith Clark, Rob Collard, Andrew Pozinak, Kaili Xie, Claire Gembrowski
Ann Arbor, Mich., works to enrich Washtenaw County through a legacy of affordable home ownership for low-income families.
Fellows: Dadrien Barnes, Elyssa Kopke, Reinald Deda, Rachel Cyranski, Cameron Merritt
Detroit, Mich., has a mission to restore dignity and provide hope to the residents of Regent Park, a northeast Detroit neighborhood.
Fellows: Luree Brown, John Hagermanfletcher, Alexandra Hippen, Lindsey Mason, Roshini Venkatesh
Toronto, Ontario, Canada, is a community-based, multi-service agency that provides a wide range of community services to support low-income, marginalized and newcomer communities across Toronto.
Fellows: Kristina Diduck, Ashmita Randhawa, Julia Marcu, Maria Xenos, Nizar El Amrani
Detroit, Mich., works with the community based in the Springwells area of southwest Detroit to build safe and thriving environments that meet the communities’ needs.
Fellows: Alexandra Brekke, Michael Jones, Faith Henderson, Mujadded Qureshi, Tony Villano
Mexico City, Mexico, an organization present in 19 countries of Latin America, which seeks to overcome the situation of poverty that millions of people live in settlements, through the joint action of its inhabitants and young volunteers.
Fellows: Juan Navarro Ortiz, Alba Bautista Aguilar, Renata Palomino Robles, Itzel Garrido Ambriz, Ernesto Meza Medina