Connect with leaders and organizations who are taking big swings and making meaningful changes that advance DEI at a time when our world needs it most. Join us for in-depth conversations, panels, keynotes, and workshops designed to inspire your own work as change agents and builders of a better world.
IMPACT 3: Building an Equitable Future - March 24-25, 2023
In 2019, the Yale Alumni Association launched IMPACT, a series of events showcasing the many ways that the Yale community is changing the world for the better by advancing diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI). In the years since, IMPACT has brought together thought leaders from the classroom to the boardroom and from concert halls to the halls of justice, giving changemakers working on disability justice, health equity, arts access, public policy, and more the opportunity to share their work and their vision. In 2023, the series builds on its past and returns to the place where it all began in the first in-person IMPACT conference since 2019 – IMPACT 3: Building an Equitable Future.
IMPACT 3 will focus on leaders and organizations who are taking big swings and making meaningful changes that advance DEI at a time when our world needs them more than ever. As we adjust to a reality changed by a global pandemic and fractured by competing visions of the future, these changemakers have continued to move forward towards a more equitable tomorrow. IMPACT 3 will connect these leaders with you and each other through in-depth conversations, panels, keynotes, and workshops designed to inspire your own work as change agents and builders of a better world. Join us.
IMPACT 3 IS OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. WE ENCOURAGE EVERYONE WORKING TOWARDS A BETTER WORLD TO JOIN US. YOU DO NOT NEED TO BE AFFILIATED WITH YALE TO ATTEND.
For complete schedule and bios, visit IMPACT 3's official site.
For information on New Haven area hotels, visit our hotels guide.
Yale students requesting assistance with the registration fee please contact Jessica.Latta@yale.edu.
For questions regarding registration or to notify us of accessibility needs please contact Jessica.Latta@yale.edu.
All speakers are scheduled to appear.
CBS and Paramount+George Cheeks ’87President and CEO, CBS and Chief Content Officer, News and Sports
Universal Studio Group (USG)Pearlena Igbokwe ’87Chairman
- David Pogue ’85Emmy-winning journalist, author, and host
Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American IndianAnya Montiel ’15 MA, ’15 MPhil, ’18 PhDCurator
United States Air Force Judge AdvocateColonel (Ret) Jeanne M. Meyer, Retired
HumanaVishal Agrawal ’96, ’96 MS, ’02 MDChief Strategy and Corporate Development Officer