In 2011, Professor Mohan Sawhney, founder and Director of the Center for Research in Technology and innovation (CRTI) at the Kellogg School of Management, launched a summer Fellowship program. Dubbed the Innovation in Development Fellowships, the program sought to advance the Center’s research in the uses of technology to enhance social and economic development in developing countries. A maximum of ten Fellowships was offered to first-year full-time MBA students interested in gaining an understanding and real world experience of the issues confronting social enterprises in the developing world. The first program in 2011 began with six Kellogg students undertaking their Fellowships at various social enterprises in India. Two years later, the program was expanded to East Africa, primarily Kenya. This year, we are excited to welcome five talented Fellows, four who are heading to Kenya and one to India. Good luck, Fellows!