Byron Alumni testifies against senate bill.

On Wednesday 22nd March, Director of Sustainability at Prosperity Indiana and former Byron Fellow Allyson Pumphrey Mitchell testified at the House Utilities, Energy & Telecom committee meeting. Allyson testified in opposition Senate Bill 309 – a bill which could remove the net metering incentives from home owners and businesses who install solar panels and wind turbines.

Berekuso Library Project

As a young girl, 2016 Byron fellow Grace Amponsah was blessed. Her parents were keen in helping her succeed in school by making sure that she had the necessary educational materials and a conducive environment to study. Even though they were low income earners and did...

Byron Alumni Recognized in Kazakhstan

Byron alumni Parkhat Yussupjanov was recently recognized in his home country of Kazakhstan when he was awarded a medal – 25 years of Kazakhstan’s Independence – on decree of the Kazakhstan President Nursultan Nazarbayev

Help Alleviate Energy Poverty by Supporting Bright Books

Amy O’Shea, 2011 Byron Fellowship alumni, recently founded a startup called Bright Books which aims to alleviate energy poverty through social enterprise. Amy is seeking your support for Bright Books' Indiegogo Generosity Campaign. Bright Books sells high-quality,...

Cooking for Standing Rock

Byron alumni Anna Nicole Powell has set herself the ambitious goal of providing a meal to the Indigenous brothers and sisters at Standing Rock, N.D.  She will make the pilgrimage over the upcoming Thanksgiving holiday and do what she loves the most, cook for people...

Upcoming Music Concert with Harry Pickens

Harry Pickens, a mentor of the Byron Fellowship will be one of the many highlights at the upcoming Festival Week of Prophetic Ministry at the School of Divinity, Wake Forest University. The festival is aimed at promoting and practicing the prophetic spirit of the...

Riding the Uncertainty Wave

By Sunghee Tark (2015 Byron Fellow) My summer before Byron was like a calm sky before a storm. I was calm on the outside, but I was nervous, insecure and vulnerable on the inside. I was about to start my last year of college and had just returned from studying abroad...

This is It—It has Started

It is irrational to dream. A vision must move through ‘what-ifs’ and worries if it is to become tangible. When envisioning, a leap must be taken, a leap past rationality and into a firm faith that a different future is possible. This leap starts with me. With my way of being…

An Ongoing Story

By David Ward (2014 Byron Fellow) As I sat on the plane flying over the east coast of America on my way back to England in the Summer of 2014, I was on a high. I had just spent a week at the Byron Fellowship, where I met inspirational people from all over the world...

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