With a presence in more than 170 countries, Hilton Prize Coalition members are innovating protocols and models of collaboration to strengthen community resiliency, both in times of disaster and steady state.
Through mentorships and placements across the world, Hilton Prize Coalition Fellows work alongside one or more Coalition member organizations, developing subject matter expertise and leadership skills.
Storytelling can catalyze collaborations and share lessons learned. The Hilton Prize Coalition Storytelling Program aims to amplify the myriad voices in the communities where staff and stakeholders live and work together.
Oyuntugs Bayaraa is a Hilton Prize Coalition Fellow working with Clubhouse International. At Clubhouse International, Oyuntugs completed an intensive New Clubhouse Development training and developed an action plan designed to start a Clubhouse in Mongolia. In her blog, Oyuntugs reflects upon why she was drawn to the Clubhouse model.
Ryan Pilkington is a Hilton Prize Coalition Fellow working with Operation Smile. At Operation Smile, Ryan worked on Operation Smile’s 27th annual International Student Leadership Conference. In his blog, Ryan reflects upon his work researching foundations and building lasting relationships.
Alexandra Barber is a Hilton Prize Coalition Fellow working with SOS Children's Villages - USA. At SOS Children's Villages - USA, Alexandra worked as a Marketing and Fundraising Fellow. In her blog, she reflects upon her work with emergency response programs and her growth in both offline and digital marketing and fundraising.
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