YANA Virtual Town Hall: United for Ukraine

United For Ukraine As heartbreak in Ukraine continues, the Yale community is working together in many ways to support this war-torn country. On Wednesday, May 25th, YANA will dedicate the entire Town Hall to spotlight United For Ukraine and the heroic work of three Ukrainian-born members of the Yale School of Medicine, who mobilized immediately to launch […]

Efforts in Health Equity: Working Towards More Diverse and Value-Based Medical Care

Efforts in Health Equity: Working Towards More Diverse and Value-Based Medical Care Data have shown for years that the lack of diversity in medical schools, the financial incentives to choose well-compensated specialties over community-based family practice, and the fee-for-service reimbursement system in our country have disproportionately negatively impacted the most marginalized and vulnerable populations who already […]

Conversation with Renowned Playwright & Librettist David Henry Hwang

Conversation with Renowned Playwright & Librettist David Henry Hwang (Yale Drama '83) The Yale Club of San Francisco & the Stanford Women's Club of San Francisco invite YANA members to an online conversation with renowned playwright and librettist David Henry Hwang (Stanford '79, Yale Drama School '83), who was featured in a YANA event last […]

YANA Tea with Law Professors Bridget Crawford ’91 & Emily Gold Waldman ’99

Menstruation Matters for Everyone: How Nonprofits Can Lead the Way Join authors Bridget J. Crawford '91 and Emily Gold Waldman '99 as they discuss their book, Menstruation Matters: Challenging the Law's Silence on Periods, which explores the burgeoning menstrual advocacy movement and analyzes how the law should evolve to take menstruation into account. YANA Evening Tea […]

Choosing Forms for Philanthropy

Choosing Forms for Philanthropy Carrie Trowbridge ’99, J.D. ‘06, General Counsel at The New York Community Trust, and Justin Zaremby ’03, Ph.D. 07, J.D. ‘10, Counsel in the Tax-Exempt Organizations practice at Patterson Belknap Webb & Tyler LLP, will explore how different types of tax-exempt organizations can be used to advance charitable goals. They will cover public […]

Flexible Pathways: Learning Models for Equity and Success

COMPETENCY-BASED EDUCATION Flexible Pathways: Learning Models for Equity and Success Join us for a discussion with two education innovators who are working to make a variety of post-secondary school pathways viable, supported, and sustainable.Victoria Chen SOM '17 Co-Founder & Executive Director BridgeYear Mike Flanagan '94 Chief Executive Officer Mastery Transcript Consortium

Town Hall with Dwight Hall Fellows

YANA-Dwight Hall Fellows Cultivating the Next Generation of Social Impact Leadership Inspiring and supporting lives of impact lies at the heart of YANA’s mission. Over the past five years, the YANA-Dwight Hall Fellowship has created opportunities for 19 Yale students to embark upon their individual social impact journeys, allowing them to explore a range of […]

Blocks and Levers in Economic Mobility | Town Hall

Details & agenda to follow Blocks and Levers in Economic Mobility Charles (“Charlie”) Homer ‘76 – health policy and practices; EMPathways, https://www.linkedin.com/in/charles-homer-24bb54b/ Prof. Zach Bleemer, SOM – higher education and affirmative action, https://som.yale.edu/faculty-research/faculty-directory/zachary-bleemer Marcus Haymon ‘05 – philanthropy and economic mobility; racial and gender equity Prof. Rourke O'Brien, Yale Dept. of Sociology – causes and […]

Meaningful Aging – A Conversation with YANA

A Conversation with YANA Meaningful Aging: How working & volunteering in the nonprofit, cultural, and arts spaces can create purpose later in life Join us for a conversation as part of Celebrate Service Week with Yale Alumni Nonprofit Alliance (YANA) members Lowell Perry, Jr. '78 and Cornelia Emerson '71, '78 MA, M. Phil., '80 Ph.D. […]

YANA Tea with Don Chen ’89, FES ’92 & Prof. Paul Sabin ’92

Don Chen and Yale Professor Paul Sabin will discuss nonprofit advocacy and the public interest movement since the 1960s, with a focus on Prof. Sabin's most recent book Public Citizens: The Attack on Big Government and the Remaking of American Liberalism. Wednesday, Oct. 26 | 6:30 PM EDT All welcome to attend online or at […]

How to Stand Out as a Candidate for Nonprofit Jobs

1stGenYale Invites You to:  "How to Stand Out as a Candidate for Nonprofit Jobs" This webinar will provide participants with an opportunity to hear from search firm professionals who work with nonprofit senior leadership and boards to fill top jobs in the nonprofit sector. Our program is open to all Yale alumni & students across […]