Luke Fuller ’09 was one of only 15 recent college graduates in the country selected to serve in the 2011 class of City Hall Fellows, an elite public policy Fellowship program. Mr. Fuller will spend his Fellowship year serving in San Francisco, CA. The 9-member 2011 San Francisco class is a talented and varied group, selected from among 300 candidates nationwide. Fuller has committed to spend 12 months inside a city agency working on high- need, high-impact municipal projects in San Francisco. Simultaneously, Fuller will receive more than 300 hours of proprietary training from City Hall Fellows on civic leadership and the local policy process, through which Fellows explore the history, politics, mechanics and functions of local governance in the Bay Area. City Hall Fellows selected Luke Fuller for its 2011 San Francisco class because of his outstanding leadership capabilities and commitment to public service. Mr. Fuller graduated Santa Clara as a member of Pi Sigma Alpha, and as a Dean’s Award recipient. While at SCU he volunteered with the Santa Clara Community Action Program (SCCAP) and served on the university’s award-winning delegation to the Model UN of the Far West. He was active with the school’s 2007 USDOE Solar Decathlon project that took 2nd place in the national competition in Washington, D.C., and worked with the Department of Political Science in researching U.S. Congressional activity and European democratization.

29 Oct 2018