This event is open to all alumni, free of charge. It is a chance to meet and mingle with your fellow Macaulay graduates and make professional connections – something that we have heard that our alumni would like more of! Whatever your field, profession or employment status may be, we hope you will join us for an evening of networking.
6:30 pm – Registration
7:00 pm – Opening remarks
7:30 pm to 8:00 pm – Round table discussions by industry
8:00 pm to 9:00 pm – Wine and cheese networking reception
Chief of Staff at Girls for Gender Equity and Chair of New York City’s Equal Employment Practices CommissionRead Bio
Sasha currently serves as Chief of Staff at Girls for Gender Equity, a Brooklyn-based organization that led the New York City Young Women’s Initiative and has served as a hub for the movement to end gender-based violence, centering girls of color. In July 2019, Sasha was also appointed to Chair New York City’s Equal Employment Practices Commission. Sasha is an Adjunct Instructor of Social Policy at several schools of Social Work across New York City.
Sasha Neha Ahuja is a community organizer who has worked to lead advocacy efforts and campaigns rooted in racial and gender equity. She got her start in the movement for social justice almost 15 years ago at the New York Taxi Workers Alliance. Since then, Sasha has built her career facilitating community-driven policy change in government, in the labor movement and at local and national progressive organizations. Sasha served as Deputy Director of the Policy Division at the New York City Council under former New York City Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito where she helped New York City respond to a national call to action to invest in cis and Trans girls of color. At the Speaker’s office, she designed and executed the New York City Young Women’s Initiative (YWI), a participatory policymaking process to lift up young women and girls of color, engaging +200 advocates, senior officials across City agencies and the Mayor’s Office. She holds a BA from the Macaulay Honors College at Hunter College and a MS in Social Work from Columbia University.