The Vivian A. Bull Emerging Leaders Fellows Program
With support from the CECM executives, a Drew upperclassman is selected each year to support the CECM,
represent the University in the community, and foster collaboration between the University, the Borough of
Madison. and local corporations.
The Dr. Vivian A. Bull CECM Fellows Program is a competitive internship program. The successful applicant
works for one academic year, dedicating 100 hours per semester to CECM initiatives, including supporting the
CECM Emerging Leaders Speaker Series, writing press releases for CECM events, helping with local charity
functions, and developing programs to better connect the student body and University to the local community.
The selected student has the opportunity to meet chief executives from local organizations and work closely
with senior executives and community leaders.
2016-17 Fellows Cara Anan and Caitlin Phillips
As a Senior at Drew, Cara stayed on for a second year to support the CECM and help with programming. She was joined by Junior Caitlin Phillips. Caitlin is studying English Language and Literature as well as Environmental Studies and Sustainability. She is a Baldwin Honors Scholar as well as a member of the National English Honor Society.
2015-2016 Fellow Cara Anan
Cara Anan was chosen as the Emerging Leaders Fellow for 2015-16. Cara is an English major at Drew University who aspires to be a Lawyer. She is a Baldwin Honors Scholar and Civic Scholar having volunteered over 200 hours for Madison’s local government.
2014-2015 Fellow Shannon Rennie
Shannon Rennie was chosen as the first ever Emerging Leaders Fellow. Shannon is a junior Business Studies major at Drew University with a strong volunteering background and a keen sense of community engagement.