YANA is pleased to share news pieces that feature our work being done across the globe
A shared interest group success story: YANA turns 10
“The organization emphasizes four different forms of connection: helping students access opportunities in nonprofit, helping alumni transition from the private to the nonprofit sector, helping nonprofits access funding and other resources, and helping young alums connect to senior alumni mentors.”
Published Oct. 22, 2020 by Lauren Yanks ’19 MDiv in Yale Alumni News
Dr. Sharmila Anandasabapathy ’93 of Baylor Global Health, developer of Smart Pod, unveils the first Smart Health Care Pod in the U.S. in Harris County Precinct 2, helping to close the health care access gap. In Sept. 2019, Dr. Anandasabapathy was featured in a YANA Evening Tea.
NYS FAMILY CAREGIVERS GET NIH PHASE I GRANT
Long-time YANA Member Peg Graham’s invention — the “PPAL®,” a patented innovative bedside commode — received a Phase I Small Business Innovation Research grant (SBIR) from the NIH, specifically the National Institute of Nursing Research. Her startup, QUA INC, an S-Corporation based in New Rochelle, New York, is partnering with the Georgia Institute of Technology to refine the prototype design, then recruit 10 wheelchair users in the Atlanta area to compare the use of the refined PPAL® versus their usual experience transferring between a commode and a bed.
Press Release – Sept. 25, 2020 in QUA
From Zoom to Zip Code: How to Access Things You Need
Published May 2020 by Ilyse Veron in Age-Friendly Advisor
Thrive Global: YANA & Hope For the Future
In this recent Thrive Global piece, Molly James M.Div. ’05 & YANA Board Member talks about YANA and the power of the Yale alumni community as a source of hope for the future.
Published Sept. 12, 2019 by Lisa Chau
YAA Spotlight: Yale Alumni Nonprofit Alliance
In the latest Yale Alumni Association spotlight, Yale Alumni Nonprofit Alliance (YANA) chair Ken Inadomi ’76 spoke to us about how the group got started, its early challenges, his advice for developing interest groups, the importance of diverse leadership teams, and more.
Published Aug. 28, 2019 by E.J. Crawford
YANA Case Study: Alumni Affinity Groups: How One University Formed a Highly Successful Organization
How does an alumni affinity group get started and, more importantly, what makes it sustainable beyond the initial excitement? A lot can be learned from the successful launch of the Yale Alumni Non-profit Alliance.
Released Jan. 3, 2018 by Kathy Edersheim ’87 in HIGHER ED IMPACT — Academic Impressions Daily Pulse: News & Trends in Higher Ed
Shifting Focus: 27 Businesses and Organizations Working to Feed New York City
On-the-ground updates from nonprofits feeding New Yorkers – including insights from Yale alum Alissa Wassung of God’s Love We Deliver
April 22, 2020 by Annette Nielsen in Hunter College NYC Food Policy Center