The Stories, Songs, Schools, and Statesmanship of a renewed civilization.
John Jay Institute alumni are in the trenches, influencing society and culture with the principled leadership we so yearn for in our government and in our communities. We have tracked their careers, conducted extensive qualitative and quantitative surveys, and watched as—time and time again—they surpass anything we could expect of them.
They are writing powerful music worth listening to. Driving conversations on education reform nobody else is having. Passing laws through Congress nobody thought were possible. Providing a voice for international human rights issues the establishment would rather stay under wraps. Changing the terms of the debate on issue after issue. Launching publications to build a new generation of thought leaders.
The list seems endless. And the results aren’t coming from the occasional shining star—they are coming from a network of like-minded leaders, placed in strategic positions, who make each other stronger and together exert a remarkable influence on culture and policy.
Take a look around. What futures are possible?
The Impact of the John Jay Global Network
Snapshots of our impact in specific areas:
A network of attorneys, scholars, and aspiring judges who understand the Constitution and value law and justice.
A conversation with alumni who are making American generosity thrive.
Alumni in ministry share their hope for the future of the Church in America.
What does cultural transformation look like in our work? See how Institute alumni are leading the way.
See how one party is racing to get ahead of demographic changes, discuss the future of elections, and explore what leadership should look like in an age of demogoguery,
We recently connected with several alumni working in the film industry, notably, the director of the new film Many Beautiful Things, Laura Waters Hinson.
Larger-scale looks at our impact across major fields:
Engaging how the big questions impact the world turned an aspiring politico into a passionate filmmaker.
Lara Barger ‘11 is building the next generation of political mobilization online.
A Princeton postdoctoral fellow is developing the groundwork for international religious freedom...even in the Middle East.
One of Style Weekly's "Top 40 under 40" has gone from intern to president of Virginia's premier family policy organization.
The man who has been called "Putin's antidote" is developing a new generation of leaders for a free eastern Europe.
Meet the woman who organized what David Brooks has called “the most coherent and compelling policy agenda the American right has produced this century."
A reform powerhouse is wowing governors across the Midwest by putting parents in the driver's seat of their children's education.
A Yale graduate wasn't impressed with the schools in San Diego. Now, the school she started has parents bringing their kids from all over town.
A young pathfinder's use of insights from cognitive science is quietly changing the future of conservative strategy.
An entrepreneurial academic is helping Christians live out a rounded faith from Duke to Oxford to Australia.