YaleWomen LA is pleased to invite you to join us for our Annual Potluck Party!This event is graciously hosted by a YaleWomen alum in her Beverly Hills home and all female Yale alums are welcome. In addition to another evening of collegiality and conversation, we will be enlisting volunteers for events in 2014.Date: December 8, 2013Time: 5:00 – 8:00pmWhere: Private home in Beverly Hills, CA 90210Parking: street parking availablePlease email YaleWomenLA@gmail.com to receive an eventbrite invitation that includes the address and directions - and to join YWLA.Potluck suggestions by first letter of your last name:A-J Salad/MainK-Q DessertR-Z Drinks/Hors d'oeuvresThe YWLA events are part of a continuing series that began with the celebration of forty years of women at Yale. It has drawn Yale women from a variety of ages, backgrounds and interest groups and has been met with great enthusiasm by all.
All guests are welcomed!
Celebrate the holidays with a joint mixer with Yale and Princeton alumna! No cost to attend.
Bring your favorite holiday treats. Share stories of how your family celebrates whichever holidays you celebrate with fellow Yale alumnae. Location: Fran Kelleher's house, Silver Spring, MD. Please contact email@example.com by December 13th if interested!
Book to be discussed: The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks by Rebecca Skloot.
Meet on 2nd floor; look for table with copy of the book displayed on it.
Dr. Rothschild, an astrobiologist, will be in conversation with Dr. Richard Zare, Professor of Chemistry at Stanford, about the origin of life on our planet. Event is free, but you must register.
Yale Women's Leadership Initiative presents "It Starts With Us: Paths from Yale to the World" Conference
Yale Women's Leadership Initiative present
Women in Leadership Conference at Yale
It Starts With Us: Paths from Yale to the World
February 1, 2014
First Woman CEO of The New York Times Co.
Founder of Zipcar
Attorney for Tom Cruise
Team Leader at the Pentagon
Former CEO of Esty
Executive VP of Lockheed Martin
What is your path from Yale to the World?
Register now at http://www.yalewliconference.com/#!register/c24vq.
11:30 am—Doors open
12:00 pm—Lunch begins
12:45 pm—President Salovey's remarks, followed by Q&A.
Ticket price includes valet parking at The Pavilion. On-line registration closes at the end of the day on Friday, January 31st. If you prefer to pay with check you can find a registration form to print out and mail in here:
Join us at our next Yale women’s network dinner! On Thursday, February 6th, we will meet at the Algonquin Club in Boston. During the dinner, we suggest you discuss the “Science Faculty’s Subtle Gender Biases Favor Male Students” study (see link below) as part of our mentoring program. As always, we will also have time for general networking. All Yale women should feel welcome to attend whether or not they have chosen to participate in the mentoring program.
To read the study, you can click this link: http://www.pnas.org/content/109/41/16474. Selecting the “Full Text” option will show you the full five-page study. If you have insufficient time for the entire study, you can read “Bias Persists for Women of Science”, the two-page New York Times article describing it. Here’s the link:http://www.nytimes.com/2012/09/25/science/bias-persists-against-women-of-science-a-study-says.html?_r=0.
We encourage you to invite your Yale women friends. Although we have many alumnae addresses, we do not have them all. Please spread the word by forwarding this e-mail to the Yalies you know.
Whether or not you attend the dinner, you can e-mail Lisa Goldman ’74 at LisaAG@aya.yale.edu and ask to join the Greater Boston Yale women’s network e-mail list. If you do not already receive e-mails from her, you are not currently on the list. You can also e-mail Lisa with questions about event logistics.
If you have questions, please contact the following people:
- For event registration and payment questions, e-mail the YaleBoston administrator at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also register by sending a check to Yale Club of Boston, PO Box 812934, Wellesley, MA 02482.
- If you would like to learn about our mentoring program, please contact Maria Kontaridis email@example.com and/or Lisa Goldman at LisaAG@aya.yale.edu.
We allow late registrations and walk-ins in an attempt to accommodate everyone. However, the restaurant needs a final head count one week in advance. Please e-mail Lisa Goldman if you plan to preregister after Wednesday, January 29th. We need the most accurate possible head count to ensure sufficient food for everyone.
Date: Thursday, February 6th
Time: 6:30 p.m.- registration and cocktail hour
7:00 p.m. or earlier- light buffet dinner and discussion
Location: Algonquin Club, 217 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston (map)
Cost: $40 in advance, $45 at the door (bring cash if possible) includes tax and tip. Preregistration ends Tuesday, February 4th. After that date, please pay at the door. You can register at the YaleBoston website by clicking on the following link: http://www.yaleboston.org/ .
Menu: We will have a light buffet supper with a cash bar. If you have any medically based dietary needs, you can contact Lisa Goldman.
Transportation and parking information:
From Boston: Take any green line train to Copley Square. The Algonquin Club is on the north side of Commonwealth Avenue between Exeter and Fairfield Streets. It usually has flags out front.
From Cambridge: Take the red line to Park Street station and then take the green line as described above.
Parking: The Algonquin Club offers valet parking at $22 per car. You pay at the event. To use it, simply stop your car in front of the club and say you want to valet park. They can only valet park 20 cars.
You also can park in any metered space. Please note that meters may go until 8:00 p.m. and ticketing happens frequently. At some spaces in the Back Bay, you must pay at multi-space meters. Please look for them rather than assuming that spaces do not have meters.
Should on-street parking prove scarce, the Prudential parking garage entrance sits on Exeter Street between Boylston Street and Huntington Avenue. It costs $12.00 with validation from the Prudential Center if you enter after 5:00 p.m.
You can also park in the Copley Place garage. As you drive east on Huntington Avenue towards the Boston Garden, the Copley Place entrance is on your right near Exeter Street. After 5:30 p.m., parking costs $12 with validation from Copley Place
Don’t miss the chance to reconnect with old friends, make new ones, and share experiences. Please join the conversation as we continue launching the Yale women’s network Greater Boston chapter.