The publication, founded by a group of MBA, Master of Advanced Management, and Master of Public Health alumni and students, tells the stories of promising ventures and connects them to the wider entrepreneurial ecosystem.
Season 3, Episode 13: Scott Gordon ’88
In his 17th year as founder and chief executive officer of Mastery Schools, Scott Gordon ’88 oversees an organization that is known for turning around struggling public schools in Philadelphia while cr
Building on a class assignment, a team of students in the MBA for Executives program created an initiative last fall that explored ways to encourage retirement planning in African-American and Latino populations.
Soaring health care costs in the United States burden families with expensive premiums and account for nearly a third of the federal budget. A new project led by Yale's Fiona Scott Morton and Zack Cooper is providing policymakers with evidence-based proposals to eliminate inefficiencies in the health system and reduce costs by hundreds of billions of dollars annually.
In recent weeks, Dr. Marcella Nunez-Smith, associate professor of internal medicine, public health, and management and the founding director of Yale SOM’s Pozen-Commonwealth Fund Fellowship in Health Equity Leadership, has become a national voice on the troubling racial inequities in COVID-19 treatment and outcomes.