The Forté College to Business Leadership Conference gives student leaders the tools and resources to help them succeed in their careers. Watch the highlights from our New York Conference hosted by Deloitte.
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"Forté provided me with the opportunity to apply lessons I learned in class with a team in a business setting."
Nothing boosts your confidence like feeling completely prepared for your MBA journey. To gain the in-depth knowledge you’ll need, attend one of the many webinars geared just for pre-MBA women, brought to you by Forté.
Supporters described Forté’s 2015 Edie Hunt Award winner Nikita Mitchell, a University of California Berkeley-Haas MBA Class of 2015 graduate, as “a true Lioness…a woman who will change the world” and “100% badass” for her contributions to women in business. Find out why she earned these accolades—and a standing ovation at the 2015 Forté MBA Women’s Leadership Conference.
The “Dialogue with Leadership” panel once again proved to be a signature session at the 2015 Forté MBA Women’s Leadership Conference on June 19 in Washington, D.C. Deloitte Senior Partner Jocelyn Cunningham and Walmart Executive Vice President Gisel Ruiz shared candid perspectives about careers and business leadership.
This year, Deloitte Senior Partner Jocelyn Cunningham and Walmart Executive Vice President Gisel Ruiz participated in the dialogue moderated by Dr. Catherine Tinsley, Professor at Georgetown's McDonough School and Director of the Georgetown Women's Leadership Institute.
As the latest and the youngest woman leader on the UMT Consulting management team, Milena Beshkova recognized a unique opportunity to help her female peers. She pitched—and now leads—UMT’s Gender Balance and Mentoring and Coaching Initiatives, and women’s promotion rates have already improved dramatically in under a year.
Emily has been progressing well in her marketing career across various legal and financial services firms, but she now wants to pursue her dream of working in the luxury goods industry.
Forté Foundation is building the pipeline of future leaders in business. Meet a few of these women in this short video.
Business schools are increasingly reaching out to undergrad and high-school women—but they can’t turn the tide alone.