Founded in 1982, the Marshall Memorial Fellowship is the flagship leadership development program of the German Marshall Fund of the United States. It is an intensive learning and networking experience that begins with six months of preparations and ends with twenty-four days of immersion across the Atlantic. The program builds capacity for transatlantic understanding and cooperation, and fosters collaboration and innovation. Briefings, meetings, and site visits form the core of the experience, alongside personal research and reflection. The German Marshall Fund selects 75 Marshall Memorial Fellows each year from 35 nations. Selected fellows come from business, government, and civil society. A candidate pool averages 700. All fellows share proven leadership capacity, a commitment to diversity, and a readiness to lead change in their own communities.
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