Communication and Consent Educators

Saybrook CCEs are part of a larger group of 40 students who work within Yale’s residential colleges to promote healthy communication, relationships, and sexuality on campus. Although employed by the Yale College Dean’s Office, the CCEs serve as a liaison between Saybrugians and the administration and are happy to talk to you about any issue related to communication and consent.

Taylor Church

Taylor is a senior majoring in MCDB with a focus in neurobiology.  Aside from her work as a CCE, Taylor is on the women’s water polo team, works in a neurobiology lab studying autism and schizophrenia, serves on Exec of Yale Alpha Pi, and leads freshmen on backpacking trips as a FOOT leader.  She’s excited to return to the CCE team this year and looks forward to making positive shifts in Yale’s sexual climate.

Rosa Chung

Rosa is a junior double majoring in Fine Art and Art History.  Outside of being a CCE, Rosa works at the art gallery’s visitor services desk.  She also volunteers with a local magnet school’s art program.  Rosa is excited to start conversations about creating a more positive sexual climate on campus.

Dana Klein

Dana is a junior majoring in American Studies.  She is a member of the Yale women’s cross country and track and field teams.  In her free time, Dana is also a member of Yale’s student-run fashion organization, Y Fashion House.  As a CCE, she is excited to change up traditional aspects of Yale’s nightlife in fun ways.

Mallet Njonkem

Mallet is a junior majoring in Economics.  Outside of the classroom, Mallet is a member of the African Students Association, Black Men’s Union, and a brother of Alpha Epsilon Pi.  In his spare time, he enjoys frequenting the Saybrook Gym and dancing with Dzana.  Mallet hopes to spark candid discussions about sexuality and respect on campus and beyond.