The 2023 Leadership and Arts Policy Internship (LAPI) fellows are Oliver Hess, Olivia Rosner, and Melody Tzang. All three rising juniors will engage in internships at the intersection of creativity and leadership.

Oliver (pictured left), a Public Policy and Art History double major, will be interning in his hometown of St. Petersburg, Florida with the Museum of the American Arts & Crafts Movement and with the DalĂ­ Museum.

Olivia (pictured center) is pursuing a major in Public Policy with a minor in Art History and a certificate in Markets & Management Studies. She will be interning with the C. Parker Gallery, which operates in Greenwich, CT, New York, NY, and Newport, RI.

Melody (pictured right) is a double major in Public Policy and Music (harp performance concentration) and is minoring in Classics. Through LAPI, she will continue her partnership with South Arts, a nonprofit regional arts organization supporting investment and creative vitality in the southern region of the United States.