In 2007, Aaron Brazelton was selected as a program delegate for World Learning’s “Serbian Youth Leadership Program.” Empowered from the life-altering experience, Aaron returned in 2011 as a junior facilitator for the program, in concert with the US Department of State. After his arrival to the University of Alabama in the fall of 2011, he was able to forge professional and personal relationships that aided in the creation of a state-wide campaign for social justice and inclusion known as the "Heritage Panel." After implementing the panel at high schools across the state, he took the initiative national, facilitating a leadership conference at Salisbury High School in North Carolina. This effort elicited international attention, specifically from his established relationships in Serbia, spurring the creation of The Serbia Fellowship Experience. The Serbia Fellowship Experience (SFE) is a student-led University of Alabama Honors Program that aims to construct cultural bridges between US Americans and Serbians through a cultural exchange curriculum. Charged with eradicating cultural barriers and ameliorating relations between the two nations, The University of Alabama's senior administration has given full support to Aaron and his initiative. For his efforts in Serbia and the impact the he has made on campus and for students, Aaron has been awarded the International Exchange Alumnus Award from the US Department of State, The Global Achievement Award from the College of Education, as well as being featured in articles across the state of Alabama, the US, and in Europe. Additionally, The Southern Living Magazine recently named Aaron as one of “50 People Changing The South.” Aaron currently works for World Learning in Washington D.C. implementing Youth Programs in the Middle East for the US Department of State.