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The 2021-22 Donaldson Fellows, five alumni recognized for embodying the Yale SOM mission in their personal and professional lives, spoke about their values and careers during a visit to campus this spring.
The day included cohort reunions, candid reflections from alumni, and discussions on teaching in prisons, early childhood education, and the climate crisis.
A virtual event kicked off a four-year effort to raise funds for student support, faculty research, and expanded impact, and to increase engagement with alumni and supporters.
The author of Six New Rules of Business: Creating Real Value in a Changing World discussed the shifts that are pushing corporations toward creating long-term value in a Zoom conversation.
The Donaldson Fellows Program honors alumni from all sectors and across the globe who share a dedication to solving complex problems and pursuing positive change in the world.
Jeffrey Juger ’11, Nik Khakee ’96, and Julien Mininberg ’90 will receive the YAA Leadership Awards on January 27, recognizing their service to Yale and their innovative leadership.
Nooyi visited the Yale School of Management on November 2 to discuss her new book, My Life in Full: Work, Family and Our Future, and the gift of a Yale SOM education.
Hariharan, the global sales manager at Haliburton, will join a group of 22 young professionals in the year-long fellowship that fosters the careers of “corporate social intrapreneurs” working on social and environmental impact goals within their c
Yale SOM alumni gave a record-breaking total of $5.2 million to the Yale SOM Alumni Fund in the 2020-21 fiscal year, which ended on June 30.
The Yale School of Management Alumni Advisory Board is dedicated to ensuring our alumni are heard and engaged with SOM’s ever-evolving mission to train leaders for business and society.
Russia’s unprovoked attack on Ukraine last month and the ongoing violence there have affected the entire SOM community in different ways, and thousands have responded. Here are the stories of three alumni.
The path from life-before-SOM to life-after-SOM can be circuitous, but it’s safe to say that few paths have been more varied than the one taken by Adit Basheer '16.
Norina Petre ’21 on how Yale SOM helped her prepare her to transition to both a new industry (life sciences) and a new function (strategy consulting).
You must have seen one of these stories in the past few years: some unsuspecting person sends away a saliva sample to 23andMe.
When Nancy Alexander '79 B.A., '84 helps students and residents of New Haven contribute their time and energy to filling real needs in their shared community, she leads with a strong belief in our collective capacity to agree on paths forward.