On December 14, YAAA held its annual Holiday Social at 50s on Fitch in New Haven. It was a celebratory event which culminated a year of service, professional development, and fellowship within the Yale community. The theme of the social was bridging community. YAAA appreciates the hospitality from 50s on Fitch, proprietor Joy Monsanto, a new business in the Westville community.
YAAA Career Connections
Thank you to everyone that was able to join us for our Fall Social. We enjoyed good music by The Rahsaan Langley Project, food and conversation with both familiar and new people. We look forward to other opportunities to support black owned businesses, and welcome your feedback and help planning the next social event.
Check out our event photos here.
Tell me about your current role at Yale.
I am the Operations Manager for Classics, Philosophy, African American Studies and most recently the Yale New Haven Teacher’s Institute. I manage everything from finances and budgeting, staff management, human resources, facilities, support for the department Chair and overall departmental operations. I’ve been in my current role for 1.5 years, but I have been an Operations Manager for the last 10 years.
What are your main responsibilities?
The YAAA Professional Development Sub-Committee, would like to help you find out more information regarding career growth by job family.
Please take a few minutes to complete the survey below, which will help us obtain more information on your career interests: https://goo.gl/EZg7Sn
How did you end up entering your position and career at Yale?