Several of the Institute for Responsible Citizenship’s alumni have achieved great success since graduation. We’re very proud of our graduates. Check out some new and significant career from our alumni below.
- Inaugural class member Elijah Heyward is featured in the current UNC alumni magazine for his work with the International African American Museum in Charleston, SC. Elijah earned his PhD in American Studies from UNC in 2018. Read Elijah Heyward’s Profile in UNC’s Alumni Magazine.
- Institute alumnus John Saunders participated in an important study which found that African Americans will disappear from top corporate positions in America if current trends are not reversed. Read more in The Black P&L Leader.
- David Johnson, the Institute’s first Watson Fellow, was highlighted in his alma mater’s magazine.
- 2018 Institute alumnus Victor Agbafe, who later graduated from Harvard and started Medical School in 2019 co-authored two articles: Don’t Forget About Private Practice During COVID-19 and Making Medicine Work for Black America: How Black Students Will Answer the Call for Reform.
- Alumnus Stefan Lallinger wrote an USA Today opinion article titled America’s Segregated Schools: We Can’t Live Together Until We Learn Together.