Students left the 2016 MBA Women’s Leadership Conference with fresh insights, new information, and a growing network. Most importantly, they realized that truly anything is possible.
Johanna loves connecting people and solving problems through technology—qualities that shine in her product marketing role supporting AT&T’s sales team. Learn what inspires her to be a change maker.
Board membership is an honor, and it’s also an opportunity to influence the direction of an organization, apply your expertise in new ways or in a new industry, and expand your network to include people you may not otherwise meet.
Let's take a good look at some of the basics of the MBA recruiting process, and what you should know before you enter business school in the fall.
As a CFO at NBC Sports, Nicolina leads a team of 40+ professionals who serve 10 major markets and 20+ professional teams and college conferences. Read about how she leaned on her network.
For women who sense that they are going to take a career break, there are things they can do before they leave that will make rejoining the workforce easier when they return.
Whatever you choose to do with the next few months before you officially start your MBA experience, make sure to use the time well.
In three years, Christine Cuoco has built Twitter’s North American marketing team and now reports to the Chief Marketing Officer. Read about her keys to success.
The GWIM program has provided training and skills development for more than 700 women representing nearly 500 organizations worldwide.
Discover how Lenore, an MBA student at NYU Stern, enhanced her already impressive career investing in and coaching start-up founders through Forté.