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.

Will Laird, ‘21

Will is a junior from Seattle and is majoring in MCDB.  He is also a member of the Cross Country and Track and Field Teams at Yale.  Will is looking forward to working with students and staff to promote a safe and fun social environment at Yale with the CCEs.

Jesse Nadel, ‘21

Jesse is a junior from Los Angeles studying chemistry and economics. Beyond academics, he is a staffer at the Yale Daily News and an advising fellow for Matriculate. As a CCE, Jesse is excited to make a positive difference in shaping the sexual climate at Yale.

Max Teirstein, ‘21

Max Teirstein is a junior majoring in Environmental Studies and Political Science. He is from New York City, sings in the bluegrass group Tangled Up in Blue, and loves talking about climate change, music, and The Office. He is excited to work with the CCE program to help normalize communication and consent in every facet of student life at Yale.

Auguste White, ‘21

Auguste is a junior from Chesapeake, Virginia in Saybrook College. She is a member of the sketch comedy group Red Hot Poker and sings with the Yale folk band, Tangled Up in Blue. As a CCE, she is looking forward to hearing different voices across the Yale community.

Annina Zelkin, ‘20

Annina is a senior majoring in History of Science, Medicine, and Public Health. She is on the varsity field hockey team and an avid rock climber. Annina is so excited to be a CCE this coming year and work to help foster a safer sexual climate on campus.