Former Lifetime chief Andrea Wong has been named to the Aspen Institute’s 2010 class of Henry Crown Fellows.
The 13-year-old program is "designed to develop the next generation of community-spirited leaders." Fellows attend four seminars over two years and design an individual leadership project.
Wong is one of about two dozen annual winners of the fellowship, which is given to executives and business owners under 45 who "have already achieved conspicuous success in their chosen fields and are at a point of inflection in their lives and careers."
That applies to Wong, who’s currently deciding what to do next after leaving Lifetime earlier this year.
Other Crown Fellows this year include Tim Westergren, founder of Pandora, and Stephen Gillett, chief information officer for Starbucks.