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Henry, Procter and Choate Fellowships


George Rosenfeld, Henry Fellow at Harvard

George graduated from Cambridge in June 2021, having studied Russian and Middle Eastern Studies for the first half of his degree and Politics and International Relations for the second. Whilst at Harvard, George’s primary focus is on social psychology and effective altruism, exploring how people form judgements and decisions about ethical behaviours, and how such processes can be driven to maximise social impact.

Throughout school and university, George has combined his passions for social impact and entrepreneurship to raise over £400,000 as the founder of various initiatives. Whilst at Cambridge, George set up Raise (locally: May Week Alternative), a national movement that encourages students to adopt a more positive and deliberate approach to giving, and which has raised £250,000 for the Against Malaria Foundation.

Before starting university, George was recognised for his earlier advocacy and fundraising at 10 Downing Street and the UN.



Rachel Tustin, Henry Fellow at Harvard 

Rachel graduated from the University of Cambridge in June 2020 with a Double First Class in Politics and International Relations.

Whilst at Cambridge, Rachel was President of the Cambridge Union, the world’s oldest debating society and the largest society at Cambridge, with over 700,000 life members worldwide.

In this role, she oversaw over 70 student volunteers to deliver the most successful term card in decades, including interviews with prominent figures including Bill Gates, Ed Snowden, Yanis Varoufakis and Dua Lipa. 

Whilst at Harvard, Rachel intends to focus on feminist theory, political philosophy and policy. She is particularly interested in how political and social theory can be used to steer policy changes that address injustice.


Isabelle George, Choate Fellow at Harvard

Belle graduated from the University of Cambridge in June 2020 with a First in Politics and Sociology.

Whilst at Cambridge, Belle was heavily involved in student journalism, holding numerous editorial and contributor positions for student newspaper Varsity and hosting a weekly radio show on Cam.FM. She was also a founding member of the Cambridge chapter of UN Women UK's University Champions Network.

Since graduating, Belle has worked at a policy think tank and at the United Nations' Environment Programme World Conservation Monitoring Centre (UNEP-WCMC).

At Harvard, Belle's studies will reflect her dual interests of policy and communication, with a focus on gender and class-based inequalities and environmental justice. 


More Fellows will be announced in the coming weeks