Rose Manziano grew up in New Jersey and she knew she’d be a veterinarian, because her father, a vet, made it clear that he expected her to follow in his footsteps.
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Dean Deborah Merrill-Sands’ Op-Ed is featured in the San Francisco Chronicle, adding to the lively national conversation about Sheryl Sandberg’s best-selling book.
From open enrollment to closed, alumni-only programs to short executive sessions and longer certificate programs, now there are more, and more varied, continuing education alternatives for you to choose from.
In the ongoing debate over the disparity in the salaries earned by men and women, Camille Kelly has discovered a new twist.
In less than four years, there will be 10,000 more women in the world with a business education. And according to Goldman, Sachs & Co., the benefits of that education will accrue to far more people than those directly receiving it.
Now, more than ever, appreciation for the world’s diversity and the ability to be effective in diverse environments and to learn from various cultural perspectives is what defines a good manager.
This spring, Joyce’s book, The Empress Has No Clothes: Conquering Self-Doubt to Embrace Success, comes out. The title says it all.
Sheryl Sandberg's self-described feminist manifesto is provoking thought, challenging paradigms and causing women everywhere to ask, "What does this mean for me?"
“This is a little embarrassing, but as a young child, I wanted to be a ninja or a kung fu fighter,” says Alice Kwan, Principal at Deloitte Consulting and U.S leader for the firm’s client talent services.
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.