Leadership Network for Change
The Leadership Network for Change is an expansive group now encompassing nearly 2,000 up-and-coming leaders and change-makers from all corners of the globe.
This diverse and widespread network is comprised of alumni of three practitioner programs based at the Center on Democracy, Development and the Rule of Law at Stanford University: the Draper Hills Summer Fellows Program, Leadership Academy for Development and the Ukrainian Emerging Leaders Program.
Leadership Network for Change Programs
These practitioner-based training programs engage emerging civic leaders and social entrepreneurs who are working to achieve or deepen democracy and social justice in some of the most challenging environments around the world.
LNC Alumni Around the World
The LNC network hails from all corners of the world and works to effect change both at home and globally in the fields of public policy, government, civil society, education, private enterprise, and more.
Leadership Network for Change By the Numbers
Alumni Video Highlights
Policy Reform Interviews featuring LAD Georgia 2016 participants
UELP Conference 2019 - Reforms in Ukraine Panel
Draper Hills Summer Fellows TEDTalks - Shaili Chopra
Featured News and Events
What’s Going On in Georgia? A Democracy Activist Explains the Nation’s Current Political Crisis and Turbulent History
Opinion: Navalny's stand shows Putin a new generation of freedom seekers are no longer prepared to flee
Democracy and Activism after the Arab Spring: New Directions in Human Rights, Technology, and the Arts
Learn more about the programs that together form the Leadership Network for Change
Click below for more information on the Draper Hills Summer Fellowship Program, Leadership Academy for Development, and Ukrainian Emerging Leaders Program.