Intro & MEntal Health
Nicole Park (she/her/hers) is a sophomore in JE from Long Island, NY. She taught in Intro/Mental Health her first year, and she is so excited to be a co-group head with Sarah this year! She is studying anthropology (subject to change) right now, loves people, societies, and culture. She also sings in Yale's only Korean A-cappella group, Hangarak. Nicole looks forward to a great year of CHE, and hopes to foster a great environment for our teachers.
Sarah is a senior in Davenport College from Santa Ana, CA. She is majoring in Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology as well as Political Science, so she's been really interested in studying the intersection between health, politics, and social justice. Sarah also has been a fierce advocate for mental health on campus and beyond, serving on the Yale Committee for Mental Health and Counseling and doing research on refugee mental healthcare. When she's not teaching with CHE, she likes to visit Arethusa's, picnic on Old Campus, and work on her writing! Sarah is super excited to be a group head for the Introduction and Mental Health Workshop this year!
Nutrition & Substance Abuse
Emma is a junior in Saybrook from New York City. She has been involved with CHE since her first year when she started teaching the Nutrition and Substance Abuse (NSA) workshops. She has now been a group head for NSA for the last two years. Emma is a European History major and when not working with CHE, she enjoys working at the Yale Center for British Art, writing for Her Campus, and volunteering at the New Haven Public Defense Office.
Jordan is a senior in Saybrook College from Potomac, Maryland and is studying Economics. Jordan joined CHE during his junior year at Yale because he not only enjoys being involved in the New Haven community but also has a strong interest in health education. During his first year with CHE, Jordan taught the Relationships and Abuse workshop in classrooms; as a senior, Jordan will co-head the Nutrition and Substance Abuse group. In addition to teaching in the New Haven community, Jordan enjoys studying financial theory, reading fiction, and learning about fad diets.
Arsheya is a sophomore in Davenport College from New Delhi, India, and she is majoring in Economics. She has always been passionate about public health, and teaching health education to people who may not otherwise have access. Last year, she taught the Healthy Sexuality workshop, and this year, is a co-group head. She looks forward to another exciting year of teaching and being involved in schools around New Haven!
Andres is a sophomore in Franklin college from Waldwick, New Jersey and is a prospective Economics and Anthropology double major. He joined CHE his first year teaching in Intro & Mental Health, and this year he has returned as one of the group heads for Healthy Sexuality. Andres is also involved with Sabrosura, and is a CCE. He’s excited for another great year of workshops, bonding, and New Haven engagement.
STIs & Contraception
Danny Kaplowitz is a member of the Pauli Murray College class of 2022. He is a history major with a focus on social justice and public policy. In addition to CHE, he works to foster a more positive sexual climate at Yale through the CCE program and writes for satire show Tilting at Windmills. He’s passionate about podcasts, political advocacy, short stories, indie pop music, and his home state of Michigan.
Lauren is a junior from Philadelphia majoring in Economics and Math. She’s currently a group head for STIs and Contraception and has been a first year workshop/training advisor as well as an instructor for STIs and Contraception. Outside of CHE, she is an active member of the Independent party of the YPU and does economic research on child development and women’s reproductive health.
Relationships & Abuse
Nora Massie is a sophomore from New York City in Davenport College majoring in Environmental Studies and History. Last year, she had some very meaningful experiences teaching Nutrition and Substance Abuse and is very excited to be co-head of Relationships and Abuse this year. When not teaching for CHE, Nora is dancing or choreographing for the two dance groups she is a part of, planting vegetables in the Davenport courtyard as the Sustainability Liaison, and destigmatizing menstruation as a board member of PERIOD @ Yale
Dayle is a junior in Trumbull majoring in history from New York, NY. She has taught Healthy Relationships & Abuse since her first year and is so excited to be one of the RelAbu group heads for the second year in a row. Aside from being in CHE, Dayle loves playing the cello and is President of Low Strung, Yale’s all-cello rock group. She is really looking forward to another amazing year with CHE!
Middle School Educators (MHM) Group Heads
Fiona is a sophomore in Pierson from Chicago, IL majoring in Environmental Engineering. After teaching as a Middle School Educator as a first year, she’s incredibly excited to be a co-group head for MSE. When not teaching with CHE, Fiona can be found going on long runs in New Haven, baking vegan treats in the Pierson Kitchen, and working with Engineers Without Borders.
Yousra Omer is a sophomore in Davenport from Auburn, Alabama. This is her second year as a part of CHE, and she is excited to work as a group head for MSE and the Social Media & Website Director this year. Aside from CHE, Yousra is the Social Activity Chair for the Davenport College Council, a Davenport College Aide, the Political Action Chair for the Muslim Students Association, a representative on the Sophomore Class Council, a Project Manager for the Yale College Council Business Team, and a Production and Design Manager on the Yale Global Health Review. In her free time, you can find Yousra in The Dive, the Davenport buttery.
Jaeha Han (Middle School Liaison)
Jaeha is a sophomore in Saybrook from Holland, MI. She is excited to be serving as a group head for MSE and as the middle school liaison for CHE this year. She is studying Psychology on the neuroscience track. When not teaching CHE, Jaeha enjoys doing psychology research on emotion regulation, spending time outdoors, and working as a peer wellness champion for the Good Life Center.
Single Classroom Educators (SCE) Group Heads
Mary is a sophomore in Pierson College from Dallas, Texas. She is a prospective Humanities and Russian major. She joined CHE last year and taught as an SCE. She is excited to now serve as the co-head of the SCE group! Outside the classroom, she enjoys reading, playing with Dr. D’s dog, and dancing.
Kadiatou is a Sophomore in Branford majoring in English and Neuroscience. She is originally from Guinea, but now resides in Harlem, New York. Last year she taught Intro to Mental Health before becoming a group head for Single Classroom educators. In her free time she enjoys doing stand up comedy at Yale (The Opening), horror, and cliche romance films.