Annual Fund

Did you know that your annual contribution to the YSPH Annual Fund goes directly to help current students through financial aid? The monies given through the Annual Fund are current use which means that each dollar given is used to support students that same year! We know that financial aid is the most cited reason that students give for not attending the Yale School of Public Health. You can help make a difference by giving every year! 

Every dollar counts and your gift of any size matters. Please show your support for the future of public health by investing in our current students to help relieve them of accumulated debt, inspiring them to work in communities around the world where they are needed most.   

To learn more about the fund please contact Dawn Carroll

Make your annual gift now.

 These amazing individuals are the future of our field and we are proud and excited that they will soon join our ranks of alumni. To help you get to know a few of them we have created a selection of profiles  below. As you learn about their passions and interests, you learn about the future of public health.

Meet Alumni Fund Scholars

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Casey Kelley

The H1N1 virus hit Wake Forest University hard when Casey Kelley was a resident advisor in her junior year. Through her position, she became a public health educator, helping students avoid...

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Kevin Ho

Until he went to Kenya for his summer internship, Kevin Ho had a hard time believing that people would drink muddy water or use their mosquito bed nets for fishing or as a decoration.

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Tayla Ash

Tayla Ash’s interest in public health stems from her work in day care, where she observed children who hadn’t eaten breakfast before being dropped off for the day.

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Corey Aferiat

As a first-year student in the Health Policy Management Department, Corey Aferiat has already had his eyes opened wide through his work with the YSPH Student Consulting Group. 

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Courtney Armstrong

Prior to coming to YSPH, Courtney Armstrong worked for the Veteran’s Administration in Health Services Research and Development.