GRC Yale is dedicated to amplifying the work of international nonprofits and social impact startups.
Internally, we help our globally-minded consultants succeed through rigorous training, numerous career-enhancing events, and exciting partnerships with other student organizations. Our management team is fluent in 10 languages and studying 16 different majors, with over 50% of people majoring in STEM. While we come from a variety of academic and cultural backgrounds, we are united in our passion for creating insightful solutions that drive social change.
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Hannah Cevasco is a sophomore at Yale studying Biomedical Computation and Political
Science. She is passionate about using technology to foster collaboration and tackle
challenges. In particular, she enjoys connecting peers with opportunities to make a
positive social impact. At Yale, she serves as a representative in student government, a
board member for Yale Women in Computer Science, and conducts research in a
computational biology lab. She is the founder and director of a Silicon Valley
connections program that connects over 600 high school students with opportunities at
leading tech companies including Genentech and VMware. Hannah was also deemed a
Champion for Children for her volunteer efforts at Stanford’s Lucile Packard Children’s
Hospital. A California native that grew up in a third-generation family business, Hannah
is a new resident of New York and is excited to explore the East Coast. You can find her
reading, watching movies and attending musical performances in her free time.
Hanah is a sophomore at Yale University studying in computer science, economics, and psychology. Hanah is passionate about innovation and hopes to use technology and business to solve some of the world’s most pressing problems. She is currently working on a tech startup that is building a sustainable B2B e-commerce platform. At Yale, she is involved with student government, the Women’s Leadership Initiative, the Yale Entrepreneurial Society, and more. Beyond classes and pre-professional groups, you can find her playing the flute for the Davenport Pops orchestra, meditating, cooking something new, or hiking.