The project will support up to five Minority Health Policy Fellows for the 2021–22 school year. Through intensive study in health policy, public health, and management, fellows complete a master’s degree in public health at the Harvard School of Public Health or a master’s in public administration at the Harvard Kennedy School of Government. They also participate in a leadership curriculum that features leadership forums, a management seminar series, one-on-one sessions with mentors and leaders, a leadership case series, and an equity and social justice series. In addition to coursework, Harvard will provide the cohort with practical training, identify new opportunities for real-world exposure, strengthen mentoring, and expand guidance for career development. The fellowship network also will be strengthened through logistical support for alumni activities, administration of the alumni listserv and database, and the showcasing of alumni success through the “Spotlight” series.