Zoe Keller leads the Poorvu Center’s communications strategy. She has over two decades of experience in educational and nonprofit settings, and she has served in several communications roles since coming to Yale in 2008. While her work responsibilities have varied from print to web to events to social media, her focus remains on shining a light on human beings and their contributions.
Zoe has a Master’s degree in public relations, has presented at academic conferences, and is an adjunct professor on topics in social media.
Her volunteer leadership includes serving on the Board of New Haven’s Edgerton Park, developing a new community garden, and in tackling healthcare equity issues through Yale’s LGBTQ staff affinity group. She grew up in Alaska and has lived in New England her entire adult life.