Snapshots from our fellows

It’s hard to believe our 25th class of fellows (KF25) has been in the field for nearly 6 weeks now. They’ve already accomplished so much outstanding work with our field partners and trustees and have reported some great stories with fantastic pictures. 
Here are some highlights we couldn’t resist sharing with you:
Ignacio in Nicaragua stops by for lunch at Kiva borrower Blanca’s food stand.

Caroline captures an amazing sunset in Bali.

Nadia finds figs-a-plenty in Jordan.

Kiva Fellow Adam meets with Robert and learns the ins and outs of beekeeping in a big city.

Ni Komang and her smiling pig are happy to welcome Kiva Fellow Caroline to their farm in Indonesia.
You can keep up with all of KF25’s adventure through our fellows blog or through #KF25 on Twitter or Instagram.


About the author

Aurora Lee

Aurora hails from New England and has a background in communications, systems management and economic development. She first realized her passion for nonprofits leveraging social media while working in web communications at MSF. She is incredibly excited to join the content team at Kiva and explore the juncture of technology and international development more thoroughly. She spent nearly a year working in Tanzania with students and was lucky enough to witness the spirit of small-scale entrepreneurship and how it impacts communities firsthand. She holds a BA from Princeton University where she concentrated in politics and was a member of the varsity swimming and diving team. Aurora is a long-suffering, occasionally jubilant, Arsenal fan and copes with being dog-less by volunteering at the SF SPCA.