We're so pleased that you'd like to attend our Student-Alumni Leadership Forum (SLF). Led by Yale alums, our SLF takes place on campus (at The Graduate Club) on Friday evening, March 3 and Saturday, March 4.

This will be Yale's 14th SLF, reflecting the hunger shown by Yale students and alums for insights on pure leadership. Attendees comprise a blend of students and alums. Past speakers have included: Rhodes and Marshall Scholars; an executive of the World Bank; and a retired Army General; Yale Medal winners; movers-and-shakers in financial services; entrepreneurs, not-for-profit and healthcare leaders; trial lawyers….and others. This time, discussion leaders will include: Vassar's next President, the founder of Blue State Coffee, Yale's VP/Secretary, and a bomb-defusing Navy vet..

Here’s a little more about what you can expect:

➢ Our SLF is entirely alumni-driven, starting an Friday evening (3/3) and ending on Saturday (3/4)

>  You'll interact with Yale alums conveying real-life leadership wisdom from far beyond campus

>   Everything is truly interactive; your breakout groups will grapple with tough leadership challenges

➢ Your application will lead directly to thought-provoking leadership challenges

➢ We’ll give you time and ways to connect with student/alumni leaders/attendees

➢ We'll later host a post-Forum dialogue on your views...and share them with the rest of Yale

What you tell us (below) will help us to create a terrific blend of attendees, breakout groups, etc.

We're grateful to you for investing your time to answer the questions below. 

Warmly,

Stephen Blum '74
Senior Director, Strategic Initiatives (AYA)
Branford Resident Fellow

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