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Just Five Questions

A monthly interview series that poses five questions to Yale SOM alumni leaders in business and society for their thoughtful reflection. Interested in learning more about Just Five Questions? Please contact the Office of Alumni Relations

Nadim Matta ’89 MPPM

Nadim Matta is Co-founder of Nafda Lebanon and RE!NSTITUTE (formerly Rapid Results Institute), and he serves on the Board of Directors of RE!NSTITUTE and of The Housing Collective in Connecticut. Nadim served as a Yale School of Management Donaldson Fellow in 2012 and 2013, and he was named by Foreign Policy Magazine as one of the Top 100 Global Thinkers in 2012. Before that, he served as co-managing partner at Schaffer Consulting, alongside other SOM classmates, and he worked at USAID and Save the Children in Lebanon.

Vivian Li ’13 MAM

Yuan (Vivian) Li is Co-Founder of Beijing DRGs Tech Co., Ltd., and a Director-at-Large of the The Yale SOM Alumni Advisory Board where she serves as the Chair of the Global Chapters Committee.  She is also Director of The Yale Healthcare Club of China.

Sojung Lee ’13

Sojung (SJ) Lee ’13 MAM is the President of TeamViewer Asia Pacific and a Director-at-Large for The Yale SOM Alumni Advisory Board.

Todd Jorgenson ’20

Dr. Todd Jorgenson ’20 is Chairman of the National Security Index (NSI) and a member of the board of directors. He is also Founder & CEO of East Valley Implant & Periodontal Center and a Director-at-Large of the Yale SOM Alumni Advisory Board.

Margaret Berger Bradley ’93

Currently, Margaret is VP for Strategic Initiatives at Ben Franklin Technology Partners of Southeastern PA, among the nation’s most active seed and early stage investors.  She is on the boards of Benefits Data Trust, the Philadelphia Alliance for Capital and Technology (PACT) and ImpactPHL, a regional alliance to support the growth of local impact investing. Since graduating from Yale SOM in 1993, Margaret has lived and worked in Philadelphia where much of her career has been in support of local community investment and economic development.

Urvashi Bhatnagar ’18

Urvashi Bhatnagar 18 is Vice President of Business Development at Genpact and the co-author of The Sustainability Scorecard: How to Implement and Profit from Unexpected Solutions. She is an active venture advisor across the startup ecosystem, an Expert Advisor at Primary Venture Partners,  an opinion columnist for CEO World, a member of CHIEF and the Washington, DC Yale SOM Alumni Chapter Leader. She is “mom” to Victor (two and a half) and Arya Vyas (three months old), who will hopefully think she is super-cool one day.

Victor Padilla-Taylor ’15

Victor Padilla-Taylor ‘15 is the Director of Mentor, Advisor and Partner Networks at the Tsai Center for Innovative Thinking at Yale (Tsai CITY). He is also a member of the Executive Advisory Board of the Global Consortium of Entrepreneurship Centers (GCEC), the Yale SOM Campaign Committee, and Director-at-Large of the SOM Alumni Advisory Board.

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Tony Lynn ’14

 Tony Lynn ’14 Global Program Manager at Meta, Vice Chair of SOM’s Alumni Advisory Board. Lynn is an active mentor and advisor and has led initiatives for a wide range of nonprofits including his tenure as Executive Board member for the NAACP through 2016.

Meelendra Singh ’20

Meelendra Singh ‘20 is a Senior Product Manager at Amazon and a Director-at-Large on the Yale SOM Alumni Advisory Board.  Meelendra has served as an advisor to development organizations that include multilateral agencies and international non-profits.

Fay Chen ’08

Fay Chen 08 is an Executive Director at Morgan Stanley and a member of the Yale SOM Alumni Advisory Board, Chair of the Nominating Committee, and 15th Reunion Gift Co-Chair.

Maria Kadison (LaTour) ’93

Maria Kadison (LaTour) ’93 is the CEO & President of EdwardsCo, a strategy consulting and communications company serving educational institutions and education-related non-profits. Maria has served on a variety of civic boards including the Dover School Committee and Sherborn Capital Planning Committee and as a volunteer advisor to the board of the OSS School, a tuition-free private school for underprivileged and high-promise, middle school girls.

Matt Broder ’87

Matt Broder 87 is Vice President of Communications at the Financial Accounting Foundation and Chair of the SOM Alumni Advisory Board (SOM AAB).