Addressing racial wealth gaps
Amelia Franck Meyer (BF’15) is transforming the child welfare system by healing trauma and putting families first.
by Mo Perry
Photography by David Ellis
Julie Garreau (BF’16) and her community build hope with the Cheyenne River Youth Project.
by TJ Turner
Photography by Kristina Barker
BE MSP is working to create a more inclusive environment for professionals of color.
by Syl Jones
Three schools are making individualized learning work for their students.
by Sarah Chandler
South Dakota organizations join forces to empower sexual violence survivors who have disabilities.
by Angela Tewalt
What the Bush Foundation learned from 2008’s “Goals for a Decade” strategy.
by June Noronha and Jen Ford Reedy
Illustrations by Bill Ferenc
Heather Simonich (BF’12) is giving teachers tools to identify and respond to child traumatic stress.
by Marisa Jackels
Q&As with past Bush Fellows.
Illustrations by Allegra Lockstadt
Dr. Tami Jollie-Trottier (BF’16) has developed a multi-generational art space.
by Maya Beck
Get to know Bush Foundation board chair Tony Heredia.
Board Member Q&A
Bush Fellows are selected each year by panels of Bush Fellow alumni, Foundation staff and community leaders.
Building and strengthening connections among people working to make the region better for everyone.
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