Resident Fellows

Grace Hopper has two Resident Fellows: Alfred Guy (Poorvu Center) and Sheraz Iqbal (Asian American Cultural Center).
The Resident Fellows contribute to life at Grace Hopper by advising students; serving as additional resources for undergraduates, and generally being all-around wonderful participants in all things Hopper!
Sheraz Iqbal photo

Sheraz Iqbal

Sheraz Iqbal is Assistant Director of the Asian American Cultural Center. He was born in Pakistan and grew up in Long Island, NY. He earned his bachelor’s degree in Mathematics at Ithaca College and his masters at the University of Florida. Sheraz is a first-generation college student, trailblazing a career in student affairs and higher education.

Sheraz also likes to travel and try new foods. He enjoys outdoor activities, watches and plays sports, and loves to spend time with friends and family.

Alfred E. Guy Jr.

Alfred Guy directs the Writing Center and most Yale College tutoring programs at the Poorvu Center for Teaching and Learning, and is also Assistant Dean of Academic Affairs in Yale College. He was born in the Bronx and grew up on Long Island, NY, where he went to high school with his wife, Stacey. Alfie and Stacey live in Hopper with their daughter Lucy, who is starting kindergarten in fall 2022! They also have two older daughters, Abbey & Molly, who love to visit Yale’s campus and especially the Hopper dining hall. Lucy would love to have more big-kid friends and will always talk to you about animals, unicorns, or Baby Yoda.