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.

Mirabel Nguyen ‘24

Mirabel, class of 2024, is a proud FGLI student from Littleton, Colorado. She is studying the History of Science, Medicine, & Public Health and pursuing a certificate in French. On campus, she serves as President of the Saybrook College Council and Head Aide of the Saybrook College Office. Mirabel is constantly on the lookout for good Vietnamese food and reasons to brag about Saybrook.

Jenny Lee ‘25

Jenny (she/her) is a junior in Saybrook College studying Economics and Ethnicity, Race, & Migration. She calls Seattle, WA and Seoul, Korea her home. On campus, she spends her time co-moderating AASA (Asian American Students Alliance) and staffing the AACC. You can find her hunched over in long laughing fits, perusing new books on her Goodreads feed, dancing wherever there’s music, watching K-pop videos, or convincing her friends to accompany her late-night pizza runs.  

Lynn Lee ‘25

Lynn (she/her) is a junior majoring in History with certificates in Chinese and Education Studies. She is incredibly proud to call Hong Kong and Seoul, South Korea home! Outside of being a CCE, Lynn is heavily involved in the Yale International Relations Association as Secretary-General of an annual Model United Nations that takes place in Taipei, Taiwan. You can usually find her chatting with fellow Saybrugians in the Saybrook courtyard – if you see her, please say hi! She loves getting to know new people (and plugging the Saybrook College Council in the process).