Stoneleigh Fellowship

The Stoneleigh Fellowship offers an opportunity for people with good ideas to act on them. Through this fellowship, we identify and support practitioners, researchers, and advocates to advance reforms in the systems that serve children at risk of involvement or involved in the child welfare and juvenile justice systems and those impacted by violence. Yet, we understand that government, community and private systems must work in tandem to effect social change, thus we look for individuals who can “connect the unconnected” through cross-system reforms.

The purpose of the fellowship is to support individuals who will:

  • Develop new approaches to entrenched or emerging challenges in our areas of focus
  • Identify, validate and test promising programs and practices
  • Enrich and inform the fields of interest informs and affects  public policy and practice
  • Improve life outcomes and opportunities for vulnerable youth

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Current Fellow Profiles

Our children are dying and we can stop it,” says Dr. Ted Corbin, an emergency department physician at the Drexel University College...
Naomi E. S. Goldstein, PhD is Associate Professor of Psychology at Drexel University and co-Director of the JD/PhD Program in Law and...
Richard is an expert in the field of workforce development and prisoner reentry, with extensive experience leading nonprofit social...
Dr. Rufus Sylvester Lynch is motivated by the fact that for a variety of reasons, too many children are growing up without the emotional...
Meredith Matone has a passion for addressing the needs of older youth in foster care. She brings to her fellowship an impressive...
Nicole Pittman has worked exclusively on questioning the wisdom of placing children on sex offender registries since 2005, becoming a...
Throughout his career, Dr. Roy Wade has worked to improve health outcomes for at risk populations, with a particular focus on the role of...