"As co-founder of Lean In Los Angeles, I decided it was time to do something about the Gender Gap and raise awareness to remove barriers for women. "
Lucy Brady has worked part-time for 12 of her 18 years at The Boston Consulting Group. Maintaining the right mind-set and a collaborative approach proved that a part-time path could work in her environment—and lead to the top.
Maybe you’ve been thinking about business school for a while, or maybe you are just starting to consider it. Here are some ways you make sure you are prepared to put your best foot forward in the application process.
Forté gives you a clear road map to help you navigate the business school application process from consideration to acceptance.
"It’s important for an applicant to be confident in the achievements she has made in her professional and personal life."
Before you start researching MBA programs, make sure you understand your own criteria and preferences so that you can take your business school selection beyond mere rankings or brand recognition.
On the 100th anniversary of women's suffrage, a woman will replace Alexander Hamilton on the new $10. Will it be Harriet Tubman?
Forté Foundation is thankful for leaders like you who advance and inspire women in business.
Elissa Sangster’s latest Huffington Post piece spotlights key facts college women should know to pursue an MBA at the same rate as men—and our new campaign.
In December’s Women Lead webinar, Career Protocol Founder Angela Guido details five strategies for upward management that will engender trust in you, confidence in your abilities, and a desire to help you get ahead.