Ariane Hoy

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Ms. Ariane Hoy "joined the Bonner Foundation in the fall of 2004 to serve as the Senior Program Officer. She had previously served four years as the Executive Director of Campus Outreach Opportunity League (COOL), a national non-profit that educates and mobilizes college students to be involved in service, activism, and social justice. There, she helped to create an extensive civic engagement curriculum, which is also designed for the Bonner developmental model. She also created the Learning the Lessons from Social Movements Summit and led COOL's merger with Action Without Borders/, which has resulted in the new Idealist on Campus program.

"Ariane brings extensive experience working with students and young people in civic engagement, having also served three years as the Vice President for Program at Jumpstart, where she helped lead the creation of an outcome-based integrated program model. Ariane also spent five years as a Program Director and Senior Program Designer and Trainer for the National Academy at City Year and one year at the Echoing Green Foundation in New York City as the Director of the Undergraduate Public Service Fellowship, supporting social entrepreneurs to launch their own innovative programs. She has extensive experience in training development and implementation, including in team leadership, management, organizational change management, event planning, and diversity.

"She was born and raised in South Lake Tahoe, California. She graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Stanford University in 1992 with a degree in Political Science and extensive service-learning experience in East Palo Alto, CA and at the Haas Center for Public Service. She was also awarded the John Gardner Public Service Fellowship and Echoing Green Fellowship for social entrepreneurs." [1]

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  1. Ariane Hoy, Bonner Foundation, accessed August 7, 2009.