The Stoneleigh Foundation’s mission is to improve life outcomes for our community’s most vulnerable youth by advancing change in the systems that serve them. We award two types of Fellowships—the Stoneleigh Fellowship and Emerging Leader Fellowship—to exceptional leaders who work within and alongside these systems to catalyze change.

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Our Fellows

Stoneleigh Fellows come from a diverse array of backgrounds—they are attorneys, educators, physicians, public policy experts, program administrators, researchers, social workers, and more.

Lizzy Wingfield, JD

Emerging Leader Fellow, 2017 - 2019

Education Law Center

Naomi Goldstein, PhD

Stoneleigh Fellow, 2014 - 2019

Professor of Psychology and co-Director of the JD/PhD Program in Law and Psychology, Juvenile Justice Research and Reform Lab, Drexel University

Raj Jayadev

Stoneleigh Fellow, 2018-2021

Defender Association of Philadelphia

Amber Wool, MSW

Emerging Leader Fellow, 2017 - 2019

Philadelphia Youth Network

Kee Tobar, JD

Emerging Leader Fellow, 2017 - 2019

Youth Justice Project, Community Legal Services of Philadelphia

Adam Serlin, MPA

Stoneleigh Fellow, 2018-2021

The Center for Government Excellence at Johns Hopkins University

Seth Morones, MSEd

Emerging Leader Fellow, 2017 - 2019

The Field Center for Children's Policy, Practice and Research, University of Pennsylvania

Rashni Stanford, MSW

Emerging Leader Fellow, 2017 - 2019

People’s Emergency Center

Fellowship Projects

Our Fellows undertake projects that enhance how systems work together, improve service design and delivery, and generate new knowledge through action-oriented research.

Advancing the Field

By investing in individuals, we are cultivating the leadership and ideas that can have long-term impact in our community and beyond.

Have a Good Idea for a Project?

We accept applications for our Stoneleigh Fellowship on a rolling basis.

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