Social Entrepreneurs Fighting Inequality
Please join us as we spotlight social entrepreneurs fighting inequality by democratizing access to essential resources.
YANA Town Hall
Wednesday, Sept. 30, 2020

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Tim McChristian ‘77 is the Executive Director of Madison Square Boys and Girls Club, a youth program that provides a safe, supportive environment for children of color living in many of New York’s most under-resourced neighborhoods. Tim’s program reaches over 5,000 kids a year, 90% of whom identify as Black and Brown.
Sarah Tomita ’06 is the Head of Finance, Strategy & Planning for Revolution Foods, an Oakland, California-based social enterprise and provider of free and reduced school lunches for kids, as well as millions of adults and families nationwide affected by food insecurity. As a former YANA board member and NYC resident, Sarah is thrilled to participate in this Town Hall and reconnect with colleagues.
Danny Egol ’20 SOM is the Co-Founder and Executive Director of Inclusion NextWork (INW), a nonprofit dedicated to connecting, supporting, and elevating the next generation of leaders and communities committed to advancing IDEAS: Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, Accessibility, and Social justice.
Hannah Verma ’21 is a senior Political Science major. She co-founded TeleHealth Access for Seniors at the start of the pandemic to provide low-income, high-risk patients access to free tablets for telemedicine appointments. The nonprofit has now raised over $100,000, donated over 2300 devices, and is entirely student-run.