With a bachelor’s degree in English literature from Vanderbilt and experience in Democratic politics, Jennifer Scully seems an unlikely vice president of private wealth management for Goldman Sachs.
The new face of flexibility is gender-neutral, as employers recognize the many dynamics that affect the 21st century workplace. For women who are looking for companies at the leading edge of workplace flexibility, we share some advice.
Finding balance in your life and a good fit in your workplace are greater attributors to success than anything else, believes Cathy L. Williams, former CFO of Shell Canada and MBA ’77 Queen’s University.
When situations come up in a career woman’s life—pregnancy, adoption, illness, illness of a loved one —it represents a crossroads. Should she stay in the workforce or should she step out for a time?
Whether she knows it or not, Patricia Schwarz—a senior in high school—is an expert networker.
For many entrepreneurs, starting a business is the culmination of a lifelong dream. But for Chantelle Ludski, it turned out to be “completely opportunistic.”
Want to exercise that technical degree while advancing your career and moving into management?
When the traditional two-year, full-time MBA program just isn’t in the cards, take heart. There’s a growing contingent of alternatives for the career-minded woman.
For business professionals the ability to network effectively is not just a nice thing to be able to do—it’s a crucial skill on which their careers depend.
An MBA can transform your skill set, give you flexibility, and help determine what success means to you.