Julia Calagiovanni is a senior in Silliman College from Syracuse, New York. She is double-majoring in English and Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies. She is a case manager at No Closed Doors and previously worked on education and outreach for YHHAP. Outside of YHHAP, she is an editor of the New Journal, a magazine about Yale and New Haven. In her free time, Julia enjoys reading, knitting, and spending time with friends.
Shea Jennings is a junior in Trumbull College from Louisville, Kentucky, and was previously a co-director of YHHAP’s community workshops series. Outside of YHHAP, she serves on the Dwight Hall Student Executive Committee as the Public Relations Coordinator, researches violence and conventional warfare at the MacMillan Center for International and Area Studies, and plays club field hockey. Shea is a Political Science major concentrating in health policy. In her free time, she enjoys running, Skype sessions with her dog, and graphic design.
Zana Davey is a senior in Berkeley College from Sun Valley, Idaho. Zana has done just about everything in YHHAP, from working as a case manager at No Closed Doors to running Project Homeless Connect to writing the weekly newsletter. She served as the co-director in 2013 and now sits on the board in an advisory role. When not brimming with YHHAPpiness, Zana enjoys mogul skiing, going backpacking, and reading a seemingly endless litany of food blogs. She is double majoring in Political Science and Ethnicity, Race, & Migration.
Stephanie Siow is a sophomore in Pierson College and a prospective Economics and History of Science, Medicine & Public Health double major. In YHHAP, she serves as the Treasurer and also volunteers as an intake coordinator at VITA. Aside from YHHAP, she is actively involved in the Yale Leadership Institute, Malaysian and Singaporean Association, international community, student government (she served on the Freshman Class Council last year), and Community Health Educators. She hopes to make a positive impact wherever she is.
Graphic Design Coordinator
Food Rescue Coordinator
Ruth Hanna is a sophomore in Silliman College from Boston, Massachusetts, who is (probably) double majoring in Molecular Biophysics & Biochemistry and Women’s, Gender, & Sexuality Studies. She coordinates YHHAP’s food rescue programs and helps prepare taxes with VITA. Outside of YHHAP, Ruth plays ultimate frisbee with Yale Ramona and enjoys baking, biking, and reading.
Project Homeless Connect (PHC) Coordinators
Yale-Veterans Partnership Program (YVePP) Coordinators