The first group of Eisenhower Fellowships visited US in 1997 after George H. W. Bush, former U.S. President, met with Mr. Jiang Zemin, then China’s President in Beijing in 1996.
Eisenhower Fellowships identifies, empowers & links outstanding leaders from around the world, helping them to achieve consequential outcomes across sectors & borders. It provides a transformational experience leading to lifetime engagement in a global network, where dialogue & collaboration make the world more prosperous, just & peaceful.
selects and invites the mid-career professionals(aged
countries to visit the United
States annually for individually designed
programs in the Fellow's professional field. Fellows are identified by
high-level in-country nominating committees and selected by a committee at
Eisenhower Fellowships HQ in Philadelphia.
We challenge Fellows to identify concrete outcomes which they will undertake, and we track the results. Nearly 2,000 outstanding world leaders and about 100 Chinese have become Eisenhower Fellows who better the world around them through their individual actions as well as their collaborations within their countries and across national borders.
Ms. Zhang Qian
Tel: 86-10-66416080 ext 8055