Alina is the Associate Director of Information Technology at Yale’s Office of International Students and Scholars. Before that she was an Academic Web Developer in Yale’s Poorvu Center for Teaching and Learning, where she worked on development projects in support of the Center and Faculty.
Alina graduated from Yale College (Go Berkeley!) in 2008 with a B.A. in Cultural Anthropology and has worked at Yale since.
Alina is on the Executive Board of Connecticut Young Professionals and participates in multiple committees. She is also a former co-chair and co-founder of the young professionals affinity group, Future Leaders of Yale. Alina is dedicated to making Connecticut and Yale better for young professionals to live and work through her efforts with both organizations.
Alina enjoys reading (mostly sci-fi/fantasy), listening to most types of music, and playing board games. She also enjoys volunteering for the Yale Alumni Service Corps. In July 2018 she traveled to Capetown, South Africa to teach coding concepts to underprivileged children. An avid traveler, she's also been to Peru, Spain, United Kingdom, France, Amsterdam, Italy, Zimbabwe, Zambia, Botswana, and Iceland.