YANA Virtual Town Hall: Social Entrepreneurs Fighting Inequality

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.


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