YAAA Career Connections

Employee Spotlight - Amelea Lowery

What is your current role at Yale University?
Senior Administrative Assistant at the Yale Cancer Center, supporting faculty recruitment, and within the Office of Health Equity Research, supporting the Associate Dean.
What are your main responsibilities?
My main responsibilities include coordinating recruitment visits for faculty candidates and managing Dr. Nunez-Smith’s calendar.

Mother’s Day Outreach 2022

Yale’s Affinity Groups, New Haven Fire Department, Yale Police Department, CT Police, Yale New Haven Health Smilow Cancer Hospital, Yale Cancer Center, and The New Haven Club of The National Association of Negro Business and Professional Women’s Club’s Inc.  are partnering to collect toiletries and cosmetics for mothers at Life Haven, The Apt Foundation, and The Kinship Program. Items are being collected from Thursday, March 3rd through Tuesday, May 3rd.

YAAA Celebrates National Veterans and Military Families Month

Veterans & Military Families Month was established in 1996 by the Armed Services YMCA, with the U.S. Government recognizing the occasion every year since. Each November, the President signs a proclamation declaring November National Veterans & Military Families Month, and with hundreds of thousands of service members deployed overseas, recognizing the daily sacrifices made by active duty, Guard, and Reserve military families has never been more important.

Deborah Stanley-McAulay One of Named NAACP's 100 Most Influential Black People in Connecticut

Deborah Stanley-McAulay, Associate Vice President for Employee Engagement and Workplace Culture, has been named one of Connecticut’s 100 most influential black people by the NAACP. Debbie has been essential to the Yale African American Affinity Group, and we are genuinely excited that her contributions and dedication across the entire Yale community have been recognized.