Women Empowerment Workshop

Monday, February 21, 2022 - 12:00pm to 2:00pm
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Join Future Leaders of Yale and the Yale African American Affinity Group for a panel discussion designed for young women of color (ages 12-22) that will focus on the importance of community service, education, and workforce development.

Attendees will:

•Learn about pathways to employment and other Yale University opportunities
•Hear inspirational stories from Yale leaders and students
•Learn about the benefits of being a New Haven Works member
•Obtain interview, resume, and career coaching tips
•Participate in an environment where young women can talk freely and be themselves

Panelists will include:

•Moderator: Fallon Thomas, New Haven Hiring Initiative, Community Liaison, and Boys and Girls Club of New Haven Board Member
•Kalisha Fitzpatrick, Human Resources, Jr. Recruiter/Candidate Development Specialist, Staffing and Career Development, Yale University
•Debbie McClintock, New Haven Hiring Initiative, Recruiter
•Nakisha Jones - Director of Employer Engagement, New Haven Works
•Tomi Veale, Coordinator, Youth @ Work, Community Leader
•Jorgieliz Casanova, Program Manager, New Haven Promise
•N’Kiyah Galberth, New Haven Promise Scholar, Sr. Administrative Assistant, Yale Cancer Center
•Ngozi Okoli – Honor Student, B.A. in Sociology ‘22, M.S. in Public Health ‘23, Peer Counselor, Yale University
•Awa Cisse, Honor Student, West Haven High-School ‘23, Banquet Server, Yale University

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Contact Information

(203) 432-9667