With nearly 7,000 alumni living around the world, the Yale School of Public Health is dedicated to providing opportunities for our alumni community to engage with each other and the school. The Office of Alumni Affairs, in partnership with the Association of Yale Alumni in Public Health (AYAPH), develops events and programs that are designed to bring our vibrant alumni community together while strengthening their connections with the School and expanding their alumni network.
With a shared commitment to public health and service, alumni are essential community members in the life of the school. Throughout the year, alumni serve as mentors for current students, guest speakers at events or in classrooms, join in community service events, and are welcome to attend lectures and online courses. In addition, the Office of Alumni Affairs offers several social events and lectures for alumni and shares programming offered by the Yale Alumni Association (YAA).
Please explore the many benefits that are available to you as a YSPH alum!
YSPH Alums and Student
Ehsan Abualanain, MPH ’22, Ahmad Saleh, MPH ’22, and Madison Novosel, MPH ’23 launched MakeDeathsCount NGO to empower local partners worldwide to develop mortality surveillance systems in hopes of addressing preventable causes of death. Read more.
Kate Walsh, MPH ’79
Boston Medical Center President and CEO and Yale trustee Kate Walsh, MPH ’79, BA ’77, has been tapped by Massachusetts Governor Maura Healey to be the commonwealth’s new Health and Human Services Secretary. Read more.
Travis Whitfill, MPH ’14
Travis credits his Yale School of Public Health education and training with helping him succeed as an investor in biotechnology. Read more.