Frank Chen, Silliman 2017
Emily Chen, Calhoun 2018
Emily, an Economics major, is a junior in Calhoun. Born and raised in Minnesota, she enjoys eating, hanging out with friends and exploring what New Haven has to offer. Outside of hospice, she’s also involved in the Yale Entrepreneurial Society and Elmseed Enterprise.
Hospice is an incredibly fulfilling experience. Not only do you have the chance to connect and speak with patients and families and hear their stories but also to take a step back and really appreciate everything we’ve been given.
“Potential is universal, opportunity is not” -Wes Moore
Sarah Oyadomari, Morse 2018
Sarah is a junior in Morse majoring in MB&B. She’s from Honolulu, HI and likes hiking, exploring, going to Toad’s, eating way too much ice cream, and meeting new people. She spends her free time weaving in the Fiber Arts Studio, killing zebrafish embryos (for science), learning ASL, and petting dogs she meets on the streets of New Haven.
Giorgio Caturegli, Silliman 2018
Giorgio is a junior in Silliman College double majoring in Ecology & Evolutionary Biology and Classics. Originally from Baltimore, he is interested in medicine and hopes to become a surgeon. Outside of YUCH, Giorgio is involved in research at the Yale School of Medicine and plays for the club water polo team.
Spending time at a hospice is a moving and rewarding way to help those in need. While emotionally difficult at times, it is a wonderful opportunity to makes friend with and hear stories from incredible people.
“si amare pigeat, saltem nunc redamare non pigeat. nulla est enim maior ad amorem invitatio quam praevenire amando” Augustine, De Cathecizandis Rudibus
Dwight Hall Liaison
Hallie Gaitsch, Ezra Stiles 2019
Hallie is a sophomore in Stiles and a prospective MCDB major. Originally from the Chicago suburbs, she is still a Midwesterner at heart and is still getting used to the diversity of the East Coast landscape. In addition to her academic studies, Hallie tries to experience as much of Yale as she can by attending a variety of plays, performances, film screenings, exhibits, and guest lectures, as well as hanging out with her friends and meandering around campus!
Liaison for Geriatric Medicine at Yale School of Medicine
Zobia Chunara, Pierson 2016
Zobia is a Pierson alum who majored in MBB. She can be found in the common rooms hanging out with her friends, in the CEID working on a startup called VIP Transplant, or playing badminton in PWG. She can’t wait to meet you!
Web and Finance Chair
Jason Yang, Ezra Stiles 2017
Jason is a senior in Stiles majoring in MB&B. He is back as Webmaster this year and is also responsible for managing the Hospice munneyz. For the joys of listening to patient’s stories to helping make their last moments as comfortable as possible, he is excited to return to volunteering with Hospice and cannot wait for the new shifts to begin. Outside of Hospice Jason is involved with the Davenport Pops Orchestra, Mathcounts, and mitochondrial genetics research. He also runs a Korean soccer website, the Tavern of the Taeguk Warriors, as the metaphorical Tavern Owner for weekly updates and podcasts.