We go to the best schools, and build the most impressive resumes, only to sit in fear of losing it all. What we fail to realize is no one can take any of those things away from us. A single failure doesn’t negate a strong track record of success.
Posts by Bianca Bickford
As a highly-motivated woman, you may have had the intuition that you need global experience and education to further advance your career.
An exciting career in business can be a part of your future. But what is the business world like for a U.S. woman of color? How do I launch my career in business?
Growing up in a suburb of Boston in the 1960s, Ilene Gordon had to ask for special permission from her junior high school principal to get out of home economics and take shop, where she was the only girl in the class.
It’s important to remember that the interview is your time to shine and impress the admissions committee once again.
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill had a question for women undergrads who had expressed interest in an economics major: Would you consider attending the business school? For the first time this year, the women were invited to…
More and more corporations seek to find qualified women to exercise corporate governance on their boards.
If you’re a woman from North America who is studying for an MBA in Europe, you might very well be considered one of three types, according to a new study commissioned by the London Business School.
Don’t worry – if you are a top candidate, you will be competitive, regardless of which application cycle you target.
This webinar will provide an opportunity to hear directly from senior executives who faced these decisions and many others throughout their careers.