Burbank,CA

Storytelling for Impact: Harnessing the Power of Arts, Media, and Culture

More than 400 members of the Yale community gathered at Warner Bros. Studios in Los Angeles for an evening of inspiration and connection.

About the Program

Stories hold power—the power to move us, to educate us, to shift our perspective and spur us to action. Storytelling is at the heart of the work of Yale faculty and alumni in fields such as film and television, computer animation, costume design, public health advocacy, and musical composition, to name just a few.

Gather with fellow Yalies for an enlightening exploration of the many ways stories can be told, who has the opportunity to tell them, and the impact they have on humanity.

Read more about the For Humanity Illuminated event series.

Event Co-sponsors

Speakers

Neal Baer, MD

Neal Baer

Lecturer, Yale School of Public Health

Marco Beltrami

Marco Beltrami ’91 MusM

Yahlin Chang ’94

Yahlin Chang ’94

Toni-Leslie James

Toni-Leslie James

Co-Chair of Design, David Geffen School of Drama at Yale

David Johnson ’78

David Johnson ’78

Theodore Kim

Theodore Kim

Associate Professor of Computer Science

Ann Miura-Ko ’98

Ann Miura-Ko ’98

University Trustee

Kevin Mark Lodie ’90

Kevin Mark Lodie ’90

Co-President, Yale Club of Los Angeles

Carlos Moreno ’70

Carlos Moreno ’70

University Trustee

Peter Salovey ’86 PhD

Peter Salovey ’86 PhD

President; Chris Argyris Professor of Psychology

Anita P. Wu ’03, ’06 JD

Anita Wu ’03, ’06 JD

Co-President, Yale Club of Los Angeles

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