Jackie Robinson Foundation (JRF) Scholar and Yale Junior Kyle Hutzler is making his voice heard nationwide. The Huffington Post news website has featured Kyle’s entries in its Washington, D.C., section. Kyle’s latest blog offers “8 suggestions to save the Washington Post”. Writes Hutzler, The Post's chief failure is that it has steadfastly remained a metropolitan newspaper in a world in which only national or local papers will remain viable.
“Kyle has a keen and very sophisticated sense of the world around him and we are immensely proud that he takes the time to share his reflections while navigating his course work at Yale,” said Chief Program Officer Westina Matthews . “Kyle is a shining example of the incredible young people who are JRF Scholars. We endeavor to boost the talent and motivation of these young leaders to achieve the “JRF Effect”, through our 42 Strategies for Success in College Curriculum, which not only provides guidance in college but aims to prepare them for fulfilling and impactful lives well beyond college.”
With extraordinary analytical skill, and marked humility, Kyle has distinguished himself already in all that he does, including his internships at the US International Trade Commission in Washington and at McKinsey & Company in New York City. "I'm excited and grateful for the opportunity to share my opinions with a national audience,” Kyle told us. “It's an incredibly rewarding challenge."
Read Kyle’s Huffington Post Blog here