Saving The World: Whose Job is it Anyway?

6:00 pm-7:30 pm, at Root Capital, in Cambridge, MA.

Multi-sector perspectives on the evolving landscape of social and environmental impact.

Please join us on January 28th to launch the New England Chapter of YANA, and kick off an ongoing series of dynamic learning and networking events across New England.

For this launch event, we’re bringing together Yale alums from across the public, private and nonprofit sectors for a panel discussion to explore cross-sector collaboration, the role of different sectors in driving change, and the rapidly evolving landscape of social/environmental impact.

Cocktails at 6:00 pm , followed by the panel discussion from 6:30-7:30.

Come meet and learn from our accomplished panel of expert alums!

Facilitator: Craig Bida (’88, MBA ’99), social impact and branding strategist.

Host: Willy Foote (’90) at the Cambridge, MA offices of Root Capital (130 Bishop Allen Drive, Cambridge, MA 02139).

Panel:

Laurie Barron (’81): Executive Director, Feinstein Center for Pro Bono & Experiential Education, Roger Williams University School of Law.
Margaret Boasberg (’90), Partner, The Bridgespan Group.
Anya Brickman Raredon (’04): Principal, Affordable Housing Institute.
Gina Foote (’90): Director of Fund Development, CLF Ventures (Conservation Law Foundation); Board of Directors, Charles River Conservancy.
Katie Schindall (MEM/MBA ’11), Consultant Program Manager, Sustainability, EMC.

The event is free, but you must register HERE.

Interested in getting involved in the YANA-New England Chapter and helping plan future events? Please plan to stay for a few minutes afterwards on the 28th, or email YANA—New England Chapter co-founders Craig Bida  or Rachel Littman.