A distinguished bipartisan committee of political and community leaders annually selects the New Frontier Award recipients based on their contributions to the public and their embodiment of the forward-looking public idealism to which President Kennedy hoped young Americans would aspire.
Heather Campion - CEO John F. Kennedy Library Foundation

Co-Chair: Heather Campion

Chief Executive Officer, John F. Kennedy Library Foundation

Co-Chair: Maggie Williams

Director, Harvard's Institute of Politics

Ranny Cooper

Ranny Cooper

President & COO, Weber Shandwick Public Affairs;
former Chief of Staff, Senator Edward M. Kennedy

Mo Cowan

The Honorable William “Mo” Cowan

Former United States Senator (D-MA);
former Chief of Staff, Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick

Dan Fenn

Dan Fenn

Former member of President John F. Kennedy’s staff;
former Director, John F. Kennedy Library

Tina Flournoy

Tina Flournoy

Chief of Staff, Office of President Bill Clinton
The Clinton Foundation

Kaprelian

The Honorable Rachel Kaprielian

Massachusetts Registrar of Motor Vehicles;
1999 Recipient, Fenn Award

Kika Matos

Kica Matos

Director of Immigrant Rights and Racial Justice, Center for Community Change;
2005 Recipient, New Frontier Award

McSwain

Kristin McSwain

Executive Director, Boston Opportunity Agenda

Douglas Palmer

The Honorable Douglas Palmer

Former Mayor, Trenton, New Jersey

Schlossberg

Jack Schlossberg

Yale University student;
contributor to the Yale Daily News and The Yale Herald;
grandson of President John F. Kennedy

Barbara Souliotis

Barbara Souliotis

Former State Director, Office of Senator Edward M. Kennedy

Richard Tisei

The Honorable Richard Tisei

Former Minority Leader, Massachusetts Senate