Global Leadership

The Madeleine Korbel Albright Institute for Global Affairs educates young women for positions of leadership.
The Albright Institute fosters an innovative approach to problem solving.
The Institute was established at Wellesley in 2010 by Former U.S. Secretary of State Madeleine K. Albright '59.
Each year, 40 Wellesley students participate as Albright Fellows.

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Wintersession 2016

Fall Update
As we begin the new academic year, there is much to anticipate for the Albright Institute.

Wintersession 2017

Albright Institute
A Crucible for Global Leadership

Wintersession 2017

Tanner 2017
The 2017 Albright Fellows will give presentations about their summer intern work around the world at the Tanner Conference.

Wintersession 2017

Announcing Wintersession 2017 Fellows
This class consists of 24 juniors and 16 seniors majoring in 27 different fields ranging from Art History to Physics.

Wintersession, January 31, 2016

by Christine Lagarde, Sri Mulyani Indrawati, Mark Malloch-Brown, and Madeleine Albright '59

Wintersession, January 30, 2016

by former Albright Institute Fellows

Wintersession, January 12, 2016

by Dr. Sarah Dryden-Peterson, Assistant Professor of Education, Harvard Graduate School of Education

Wintersession, January 8, 2016

by Admiral Michelle Howard, Vice Chief of Naval Operations, United States Navy

Wintersession, January 7, 2016

by Professor Larry Rosenwald, Wellesley College

Wintersession, January 5, 2016

by Joanne Murray ’81, Director, Madeleine Korbel Albright Institute for Global Affairs

Special Programs, November 16, 2015

by Ambassador Wendy R. Sherman, Lead U.S. Negotiator for the Iran Nuclear Deal and Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs (2011-2015).

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