Raynalle Rouse

CARE Coalition and West Virginia Center for Budget and Policy are excited to introduce Raynalle Rouse as our 2018-2019 Appalachian Transition Fellow.

A program of Highlander Research and Education Center, the Appalachian Transition Fellowship (AppFellows) is a year-long, full-time, paid program designed for 10 emerging community leaders who are committed to working in Central Appalachia for the economic transition of the region. Fellows spend a year working within host communities to help foster cross-sector (education, nonprofit, for-profit, philanthropy, and government) partnerships, provide needed capacity to regional efforts, and build personal and professional skills. Through institutional placements, independently designed projects, training, and mentoring, the program gives emerging leaders and host organizations skills and networks needed to advance economic and social change in the region.

Learn more about Raynalle Rouse and the 2018-2019 AppFellows cohort.