Upcoming events

  • Thursday, May 06, 2021 at 06:00 PM
    Zoom

    Timeslot #1 - Community Design Sessions - YaleWomen Strategic Planning

    As part of the YaleWomen strategic planning process, we are hosting two community design sessions to build out and prototype examples of what it would look like if our proposed strategic initiatives came to life. Join us either on Thursday, May 6th 6-7:30pm EST or Saturday, May 8th from 1-2:30pm EST. 
     
    Please register here to join us in creating the future!
  • Friday, May 07, 2021 at 12:00 PM
    Zoom

    YaleWomen Talks Money, Part 1: Taking Our Financial Pulse

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    Finances are a leading cause of stress among women, and the past year has only intensified the strain. Four out of five women in a recent survey said they were weighed down by financial concerns ranging from job loss to low pay and limited savings.

    You can achieve greater financial wellness, even after a year like 2020. Join us for a miniseries with Susan Pepin ’87 and Kelley Holland, ’86 MPPM that will empower you financially so you can stress less, thrive more, and live life on your terms. 

    How is it that study after study shows that women often feel unsure when it comes to their money lives? In this affirming, enlightening webinar, we will identify the structural and social forces that lead many women to underestimate their financial skills and the money-management strengths they actually possess. You will come away with a healthy money mindset and an actionable plan to start making your money work for you and your goals.

    This series has been brought to the Yale community by YaleWomen, in partnership with the Yale Alumni Association Shared Interest Groups. By registering for this webinar, you agree to share your email with these groups.

    RSVP HERE TO ATTEND

  • Saturday, May 08, 2021 at 01:00 PM
    Zoom

    Timeslot #2 - Community Design Sessions - YaleWomen Strategic Planning

    As part of the YaleWomen strategic planning process, we are hosting two community design sessions to build out and prototype examples of what it would look like if our proposed strategic initiatives came to life. Join us either on Thursday, May 6th 6-7:30pm EST or Saturday, May 8th from 1-2:30pm EST. 
     
    Please register here to join us in creating the future!
  • Monday, May 10, 2021 at 07:30 PM · 17 rsvps
    Zoom

    YaleWomen Writers' Group - Second Monday - 7:30 pm EST/EDT

    Join a community of YaleWomen writers on Zoom to share successes and challenges, exchange tips on the craft and business of writing, and remind ourselves that all of our stories matter. All writers are welcome, regardless of genre, medium, or level of experience.

    The second Monday of each month at 7:30 pm EST/EDT through June 2021.

    You'll receive an email with the login info after you RSVP. Hope to "see" you on Zoom!

  • Wednesday, May 12, 2021 at 07:30 PM
    Zoom

    YaleWomen Wednesday Zoom get-togethers - 7:30 pm EST/EDT

    Join other members of the YaleWomen alum community for unstructured chats via Zoom as we find new ways to connect while social distancing!

    Every Wednesday at 7:30 pm EST/EDT through June 30th.

    You'll receive an email with the login info after you RSVP.  Hope to "see" you on Zoom!

  • Tuesday, May 18, 2021 at 12:00 PM
    Zoom

    YaleWomen Talks Money, Part 2: First Steps to Financial Fitness

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    Finances are a leading cause of stress among women, and the past year has only intensified the strain. Four out of five women in a recent survey said they were weighed down by financial concerns ranging from job loss to low pay and limited savings.

    You can achieve greater financial wellness, even after a year like 2020. Join us for a miniseries with Susan Pepin ’87 and Kelley Holland, ’86 MPPM that will empower you financially so you can stress less, thrive more, and live life on your terms. 

    How is it that study after study shows that women often feel unsure when it comes to their money lives? In this affirming, enlightening webinar, we will identify the structural and social forces that lead many women to underestimate their financial skills and the money-management strengths they actually possess. You will come away with a healthy money mindset and an actionable plan to start making your money work for you and your goals.

    This series has been brought to the Yale community by YaleWomen, in partnership with the Yale Alumni Association Shared Interest Groups. By registering for this webinar, you agree to share your email with these groups.

    RSVP HERE TO ATTEND

  • Tuesday, May 18, 2021 at 05:00 PM · 22 rsvps
    Zoom

    YaleWomen x Accelerate Yale: Fireside Chat


    Tuesday May 18th 2 PM PT/ 5 PM ET, YaleWomen and Accelerate Yale invite you to join Danielle Kling (Yale MPH, Operating Partner at Goodwater Capital, VC founded by Eric Kim, Yale ‘02 ) in conversation with Jessica Herrin (Founder of Stella and Dot). Stella & Dot, one of Inc 500s fastest growing companies and backed by Sequoia Capital and Radar Partners, is a billion-dollar global brand in the making. Learn about their journeys in the startup world, what it takes to grow a category creating consumer goods company and a family at the same time. Just like our prior panel, please bring your toughest challenges for Danielle and Jessica to help hack during the Q&A session.
  • Wednesday, May 19, 2021 at 03:00 PM

    Allen v. Farrow

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    "ALLEN V. FARROW" - SEX, LIES, AND AUDIOTAPE: A CONVERSATION WITH
    OSCAR-NOMINATED & EMMY-WINNING FILMMAKER AMY ZIERING '90 MA, M.Phil

    Please visit eventbrite for tickets: Amy Ziering

    About this Event

    May 19th @ NOON PST and 3PM EDT: In Conversation with Dr. Natasha Boas '96 Ph.D., Amy Ziering '90 MA, M.Phil will discuss how her Yale graduate studies in Comparative Literature led to her successful career as a researcher, documentarian, and writer. She will also talk about "Derrida", her 2002 film about the famous French philosopher and Yale professor Jacques Derrida, as well as her award winning documentaries "The Hunting Ground," "The Invisible War," "The Bleeding Edge," "On the Record," and, most recently, "Allen v. Farrow." Meet The Woman Behind The Last Decade's Most Important Films About Sexual Assault.

    Join us for this special program, brought to the Yale community by YaleWomen in partnership with the Yale Alumni Association Shared Interest Groups.

    
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    Amy Ziering '90 MA, M.Phil is a two-time Emmy-award winning and Academy award-nominated filmmaker behind the most groundbreaking investigatory documentaries today with her creative partner Kirby Dick. Their Oscar-nominated film, THE INVISIBLE WAR, broke the story of the epidemic of rape in the U.S. military and led to five congressional hearings and the passing of 35 reforms through Congress. Their follow up film, THE HUNTING GROUND, about campus sexual assault, ignited a national discussion and led to sweeping policy changes at hundreds of schools. Their next film, THE BLEEDING EDGE, about the fast-growing medical device industry's corruption and malfeasance, has already compelled industry giant Bayer to remove one harmful device from the market, and is catalyzing a worldwide debate about regulation and patient safety. Currently their latest critically-acclaimed film, ON THE RECORD, now streaming on HBO Max, follows a music executive as she grapples with abuse she faced from men in her industry and her decision to become one of the first women of color to come forward as part of the #MeToo movement. Throughout their filmography, notable accolades they have amassed include: two Oscar nominations, two Emmy awards, a Peabody, an Independent Spirit Award, a duPont-Columbia Award, the Nestor Almendros Prize for Courage and Filmmaking, an Upton Sinclair Award, the Ridenhour Documentary Film Prize, and the George Polk Award.

     

    
		A CONVERSATION WITH OSCAR NOMINATED AND EMMY-WINNING FILMMAKER AMY ZIERING image

    Natasha Boas '96 Ph.D. is a dynamic French-American independent international contemporary art curator, writer, and scholar based in San Francisco and Paris. Working as ‘Collaborator/Catalyst/Convener,’ Dr. Boas is artist-focused and committed to innovative models and the re-thinking of art historical narratives and conventions. Her current exhibition at the Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art "Voice-Over" features the French-Algerian artist Zineb Sedira's first solo show in the U.S.

  • Wednesday, May 19, 2021 at 07:30 PM · 1 rsvp
    Zoom

    YaleWomen Wednesday Zoom get-togethers - 7:30 pm EST/EDT

    Join other members of the YaleWomen alum community for unstructured chats via Zoom as we find new ways to connect while social distancing!

    Every Wednesday at 7:30 pm EST/EDT through June 30th.

    You'll receive an email with the login info after you RSVP.  Hope to "see" you on Zoom!

  • Monday, May 24, 2021 at 07:30 PM · 4 rsvps
    Zoom

    YaleWomen Writers' Group - Fourth Monday - 7:30 pm EST/EDT

    Join a community of YaleWomen writers on Zoom to share successes and challenges, exchange tips on the craft and business of writing, and remind ourselves that all of our stories matter. All writers are welcome, regardless of genre, medium, or level of experience.

    The fourth Monday of each month at 7:30 pm EST/EDT through June 2021.

    You'll receive an email with the login info after you RSVP. Hope to "see" you on Zoom!