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Humanist Alumni of Yale

Humanist Alumni of Yale (HAY) is a shared interest group for Elis committed to exploring nonreligious perspectives on living an ethical life and finding personal fulfillment. HAY connects Humanist alumni around the world with resources, enabling its members to organize social and service events with other Humanist alumni in their community—both at Yale and more broadly. Furthermore, HAY will provide alumni with opportunities to connect with and help current Humanist students and groups. Want to learn more about Humanist Alumni of Yale and get involved? Sign up by visiting http://bit.ly/YHCalumni


Current Leadership Team

Membership: Vlad Chituc

Vlad HeadshotVlad Chituc is a research associate in the Center for Advanced Hindsight in the Social Science Research Institute at Duke University. He graduated from Yale in 2012  and was the president of the Secular Student Alliance at Yale. Independent of his professional research, he is interested in developing and promoting an accurate and responsible picture of religion better informed by the social sciences. He edits the blog NonProphet Status and contributes to The Daily Beast and The Huffington Post’s Religion Section.


Liaison to YHC and Yale: Miles Lasater

milesMiles Lasater is a Co-Founder of the Yale Humanist Community and currently serves on the Board of Directors. An alumni of Yale, Miles has a BA in computer science. Active in the New Haven community, Miles is on the board of the Yale-New Haven Hospital and on Yale’s Advisory Committee on Investor Responsibility. In the recent past he has served as a member of the Port Authority of New Haven, on the Board of the Yale Entrepreneurial Society, and was founding Board member of MakeHaven, New Haven’s makerspace. Recipient of the Elm-Ivy Award, Miles was recognized by the Mayor of New Haven and the President of Yale for strengthening partnerships among the New Haven and Yale communities. As an extension of his interest in civic life, social entrepreneurship and technology, he co-founded SeeClickFix, a Government 2.0 start-up which is growing quickly. 




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