Center for Public and Nonprofit Management

Dively Fellow Profiles

Meet our Dively Fellows

In an effort to promote community development and neighborhood revitalization, the George S. Dively award for Corporate Leadership in Urban Development has been given to three local organizations, enabling each to host a paid intern – or Dively Fellow – for the 2019-2020 academic year. These fellows are academically high-achieving Maxine Goodman Levin School of Urban Affairs students with a strong commitment to urban issues. Fellows will continue to work at their placement sites until the end of the Spring 2020 semester, completing a community development and neighborhood revitalization project designated by their host site. Additionally, the fellows actively participate in the Center for Public & Nonprofit Management's professional development and student enrichment programs. 

Adam AllenName: Adam Allen
Major: Master of Urban Planning & Development
Placement Site: Levin Group, Inc.
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Beauxerykah BettersonName: Beauxerykah Betterson
Major: Urban Planning/Environmental Studies
Placement Site: Levin Group, Inc.
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Kaliya SmithName: Kaliya Smith
Major: Organizational Leadership
Placement Site: Cleveland Neighborhood Progress
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Kevin BallouName: Kevin Ballou
Major: Nonprofit Administration
Placement Site: Cleveland Play House
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