Global Coordinator, Ariane de Rothschild Fellowship
Reima Yosif is an Ariane de Rothschild Fellow.
She earned her Masters in English Literature from Harvard University where she was awarded Dean’s Academic Achievement Award and Derek Bok Public Service Award. She has a BA and a Graduate Diploma in English and Comparative Literature from Ain Shams University in Cairo Egypt. As part of AdR Fellowship she completed Executive Education with Judge Business School, University of Cambridge, UK and Essec Business School in France and Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management (in Innovation and Design Thinking ), Cornell University, USA.
She is the Founding President of Al-Rawiya Foundation, a non-profit organization promoting empowerment of Muslim women through education, arts and integration.
As part of her non-profit work she worked on a research project for Religions for Peace USA, commissioned by UNICEF in the wake of Hurricane Katrina.
Mary-Rose Cheadle has been involved in the Ariane de Rothschild Fellowship since its inception in 2008. A graduate of the University of Exeter in French and Spanish, she has an in-depth knowledge of cultural organisations and scholarship management having held positions at the Institut Français d’Écosse in Edinburgh, the British Council in Paris and CRASSH, University of Cambridge. As Cambridge Coordinator and Programme Marshall she is responsible for the planning and logistical execution of the Fellowship. She lives in Cambridge and has a passion for French language and culture.