When: Saturday, Mar 23, 2019 10:00 am - 2:00 pm
Where: Renaissance Seattle Hotel, 515 Madison St, Seattle
The Yale Alumni Association Redpath Seminar & The Tsai Center for Innovative Thinking at Yale
The Gig Economy and the Future of Work
Approximately one-third of all American workers currently participate in the gig economy. With the rise of Uber, Lyft, Etsy, and Freelancer.com, technology provides opportunities for people to work from anywhere. How will the gig economy continue to grow and impact the workplace and society?
Please join the Yale Alumni Association’s Redpath Seminar and the Tsai Center for Innovative Thinking at Yale in Seattle on March 23 for a lively panel discussion on the gig economy and the the future of work. We invite you to stay for lunch and networking afterwards.
- Tristan Botelho, Ph.D. (Assistant Professor of Organizational Behavior, Yale School of Management)
- Cydney H. Dupree, Ph.D. (Assistant Professor of Organizational Behavior, Yale School of Management)
- Paul Estes (Senior Director , Microsoft | 365 )
- Catharine Gately, MSJ (Owner and Founder, The Narrative Co. )
- Victor Padilla-Taylor (Director for Mentor, Advisor and Partner Networks, Tsai Center for Innovative Thinking at Yale)
The Redpath Fund is an endowment established in honor or Robert U. Redpath Jr. ’28. Mr. Redpath was a great advocate for lifelong learning, believing that Commencement should be viewed as the beginning of one’s ongoing education. With that spirit in mind, the Redpath Fund extends Yale’s ability to bring educational programs to Yale graduates across the country.
Mr. Redpath joined the Yale Club of Central New Jersey in 1930, serving as chairman of the club’s Alumni Schools Committee for more than three decades. In this capacity, he led hundreds of applicants through the process of applying to Yale. In addition, he served as president of the Yale Club of Central New Jersey and for 42 years was secretary of the Yale College Class of 1928. He was awarded the Yale Medal in 1968, the highest honor bestowed for service to Yale.