Trumbull College Resident Fellows

Jorge Anaya

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Jorge Anaya (he/him/his), born and raised in Los Angeles, CA, majored in History of Science, Medicine, and Public Health as a member of the Yale class of 2019. As an undergraduate, Jorge was heavily involved in residential college life and passionate about mentoring local Latinx high school students. Currently, Jorge serves as the Assistant Director of Student Engagement for the Yale College Dean’s Office and coordinates the FGLI Community Initiative, an administrative hub focused on developing resources and programming aimed at enriching a first-generation and/or low-income (FGLI) student’s sense of thriving during their years at Yale.
Jorge is the proud dog dad of Charli, an adorable three-year-old beagle that will surely want to be everyone’s best friend. Please feel free to stop and say hi if you ever see them walking around the courtyard or around campus!


Teresa Chahine and Nils Rudi

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Teresa Chahine is a Senior Lecturer at Yale School of Management, with a secondary appointment at Yale School of Public Health. She also teaches at Yale Jackson School of Global Affairs, where she is leading new programming in Social Innovation. Teresa studied and worked on drivers of health (social and environmental factors influencing health outcomes) in the U.S. and around the world. In her home country of Lebanon, she helped found a venture philanthropy organization called Alfanar Lebanon, which means “Lighthouse” in Arabic. She joined Yale in 2018, and lived in East Rock her first five years. During this time, she got to know Connecticut and established it as her home. She enjoys swimming, hiking, reading, playing the piano, and hopes to learn the guitar and ukulele.

Nils Rudi imageNils Rudi is a Professor of Operations Management at Yale School of Management, with a secondary appointment at the Statistics Department. He teaches the core MBA Probability Modeling course, a PhD course, he co-teaches an elective in Sports Analytics and a course that he co-developed for the Yale Law School. After high school, Nils worked as a programmer in his home country Norway, and has since lived and worked in the U.S., France and Singapore. He enjoys skiing, bicycling, hiking, and currently learning the Julia language and Turing.jl.