Allelo Fellowship

Join other students and recent grads who want to improve online discourse in America. 

The Allelo Fellowship is a four-month learning opportunity for fellows to work directly with the Allelo team.


Fellows will become proficient in all facets of the Allelo platform, engage with educators and introduce the product to educational institutions of all levels.

"Everyone I introduce this platform to, regardless of wanting to use it in the classroom setting or not, finds it to be an amazing tool and thinks it can fill in the gap that education lacks right now."

Erica Rankin, 

Allelo Fellow

Graduated Fellows

Sandra Tso

Sandra is a junior at Binghamton University. She is majoring in Business Administration, concentrating in Business Analytics and Management Information Systems. From New York, Sandra hopes to graduate and eagerly work for a company with a meaningful impact. She enjoys embroidery, swimming, and skincare.

Joshua Southren

Joshua is a junior at Saint Louis University. He is majoring in Sports Business in the Chaifetz School of Business. From New York State, Joshua plans to graduate and attend Law School where he hopes to pursue a career in Intellectual Property Law. 

Zachary Schwartz

Zach is a Senior at Suffern High School, New York.  Hoping to pursue a career in politics, he aims to become an influential figure in spreading the idea of Open Mindedness.  In his free time, he enjoys drawing, acting, making music, and rowing.

Erica Rankin

Erica is a senior at Stony Brook University, New York. She is accomplishing a B.A. degree in Biology with a minor in Anthropology. From New York State, Erica aspires to graduate and attend medical school. Once a week, Erica volunteers at her local hospital in the emergency department, ensuring the comfort and enhancing the communication of all patients.

Drew Friedhoff

Drew is a senior at Colgate University from Wooster, Ohio majoring in International Relations and minoring in Economics. He is passionate about using data and research to facilitate more efficient and effective communication, civic engagement, and resource distribution.

Harrison Dranoff 

Harrison is a junior in the Foote Fellows Honors Program at the University of Miami. He is majoring in Microbiology and Immunology with minors in Chemistry and Health Management Policy. From New York State, Harrison plans to graduate and work in the healthcare industry for a few years, after which he plans to attend medical school. 

Hannah Weinstein

Hannah is pursuing a Masters in Civil Engineering at Cornell University, where she completed her undergraduate studies majoring in Environmental Engineering and minoring in English. She is passionate about sustainability and ocean conservation, and hopes to work in regenerative coastal development. In her free time, she works as a scuba instructor for Cornell's Physical Education program, and enjoys snowboarding, surfing, and crocheting.

Skye Maisel

Skye is a senior at Colgate University in Hamilton, New York majoring in Cellular Neuroscience. From New York, she is passionate about mental health awareness and treatment and is an incoming clinical research intern at The Depression and Anxiety Center at Mount Sinai in NYC. She enjoys pottery, working with children, and hopes to pursue a career in healthcare.  

Ariella Teller

Ariella is a Senior at University of Missouri studying Human Development and Family Science with an emphasis in Child Life. She is from Houston, Texas and is passionate about working with children and providing them with the language to engage in respectful conversations with peers. Ariella is looking forward to working as a Child Life Specialist in a pediatric hospital in the future.

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