Co-coordinators, or "Cocos" are the leaders of SCOMM and CHE. They are responsible for selecting Steering Committee members and CHE teachers, planning the organization's Monday Night Meetings (MNMs), working with advisors to enhance CHE's curriculum and the training of its teachers, and increasing CHE's outreach efforts in New Haven.
Danny is a junior in Pauli Murray studying history with a focus on histories of social change. He is from Michigan and never turns down an opportunity to talk about the Great Lakes. Before becoming a CoCo, Danny was an educator in and group head for STIs and Contraception; he believes that evidence-based, queer-affirming sex ed saves lives. He is so excited about the amazing work CHE is doing and is honored to help lead it. Outside of CHE, Danny is a Communication and Consent Educator on campus, co-directs Yale’s political satire show Tilting, and hosts a radio show on WYBCx. He also loves baking sourdough, reading short stories, and listening to indie pop music. He’s so excited to get to know all of the new CHEs this year!
Fiona is a rising junior in Pierson College from Chicago studying Environmental Engineering and Global Health Studies. Before being a CoCo, Fiona was a member and group head for the Middle School Educators. Outside of CHE, she works with Peer Health Education for Peers (PHEP), volunteers with Engineers Without Borders, and is involved in Dwight Hall. When she’s not working on CHE, she loves going on long runs in East Rock and baking vegan treats in her kitchen. Her favorite part of CHE is getting to answer all of the funny questions middle school students have about health!
Yousra is a junior in Davenport College studying Interdisciplinary Political Science with a focus on Health and Health Policy. She was born and raised in Auburn, Alabama and is a huge supporter of the Auburn Tigers (War Eagle!). Yousra worked as a Middle School Educator during her first-year at Yale before becoming a Middle School Group Head. Aside from CHE, she works as an aide in the Davenport College Office and with Public Health Education for Peers (PHEP!). She is president of the Yale Muslim Students Association (Yale MSA) and a co-president for the Davenport College Council (DCC). In her limited free time, Yousra loves cooking and baking with friends and binge-watching Netflix. Her favorite part of CHE is working with the amazing educators who bring their creativity and passion for health education to every meeting!