Executive women shared their razor-sharp career insights at our MBA Leadership Conference.
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Whether working as writer and editor or as founder of Urban Hiker SF, Alexandra Kenin’s customized career reflects her multi-faceted interests.
Thinking critically about where you want to be in 10 years is crucial in ensuring that you don’t wake up one day and wonder how you got stuck in your job.
Proactive drive makes you stand out to potential employers and graduate programs.
Our 2017 MBA graduates share wish they’d known when they started b-school and their career goals and journeys.
She started her career on Wall Street, but Frances Messano wanted her work to align closely with her values. Now she invests in social entrepreneurs who are re-imagining education.
If we don’t shed this pervasive attitude that we just can’t do math, we will fail to reach our rightful place as future business leaders.
Your resume is often a potential employer’s first impression of you, so make it count.
"What I didn’t realize is by obtaining my MBA, I’d gain so many more skills than I ever expected."
Taking some dedicated effort (and some brutal self-reflection) can guide you to a career you love.