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This month, Yale SOM will host the inaugural event in the Donald H. Ogilvie Council on Anti-Racism and Equity (CARE) Colloquium, a speaker series aimed at bringing a diversity of perspectives to the school.
The inaugural Donald Ogilvie ’78 Council on Anti-Racism and Equity (CARE) Colloquium keynote on November 30 will bring together a panel of three alumni—Lofton Holder ’90, Judith Scimone ’00, and Fred Terrell ’82—in conversation with Jamila Abston
Kapur, a veteran impact investor and a resident fellow at the Yale Center for Business and the Environment, and Levere, president emerita of Prosperity Now, received the Leadership in Business and Society Award.
Seth Magaziner ’10 was elected to the U.S. House of Representatives from Rhode Island, Ned Lamont ’80 was reelected as governor of Connecticut, and Brett Guthrie ’97 won his eighth term as U.S. representative from Kentucky.
The award recognizes individuals who have shown exemplary devotion to Yale’s mission and demonstrated their support through service to the university.
A conversation with Song Kim ’20, co-founder of KovaDX, which is building technologically advanced tools to increase access to quality healthcare for underserved communities.
"Alumnus of The Quarter" is a Yale SOM Japan Alumni Chapter program aiming to encourage mutual learning and deepen engagement among the Yale SOM alumni by recognizing and highlighting one alumnus/alumna to the members of the home chapter on a quar
Vital relationships are the foundation of success and happiness in communities, and in the workplace, Murthy told Yale SOM students during the semester’s first Leaders Forum lecture on September 8.