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Mid-Level

Is “Professionalism” Holding Women Back?

by Amy Orlov

In the business world, people expect each other to look and behave in professional ways — but “professional” means different things at different workplaces. In some cases, “professionalism” could be used to discriminate against someone who doesn’t fit a certain mold.

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College Success

Scholarship Recipient Nneka Jones Shares How Forté Inspires Her to Lead

by Lisa Beebe

Nneka Jones, a senior at Agnes Scott College, is one of the recipients of the Fall 2021 Forté Candid Conversations Scholarship. She spoke with Forté about what the scholarship means to her and her plans for the future.

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Seasoned/Executive

New Forté Program Is Like Oxygen for Women’s Rise to the Top

by Meredith Hunt

At 26,000 feet on Mount Everest, climbers reach the “Death Zone” – a point at which oxygen levels become so low that a climber’s every breath is painful, making the rest of an already difficult journey even harder. Most climbers at…

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Seasoned/Executive

How Expressing Gratitude Strengthens Relationships and Opens Doors

by Amy Orlov

In the spirit of Thanksgiving, Forté asked the post-MBA women on our new Alumni Leadership Council the following question: How has gratitude been important in your career?

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Seasoned/Executive

The Value of an MBA in an Arts and Humanities Career

by Lisa Beebe

If you work in the arts and humanities, how does an MBA fit into the picture? Six women leaders share how an MBA has helped them on their career path.

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Impact Stories

How a Forté Conference Introduces Undergrad Women to a Future in Finance

by Lisa Beebe

Arina Shalobodova, University of Florida, and Jenny Ding, Smith College, spoke with Forté about their experiences at the 2021 Forté College Fast Track to Finance Conference.

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