A one-day conference for professional women in the first decade of their careers.
Gearing Up Conference
Emerging Leaders Program for International Graduate Women
An innovative, one-of-a-kind program for 20 high-potential graduate international women. The program explored cultural differences related to leadership and gender dynamics in the U.S. business environment.
Moving Conversation to Action
The Center for Women and Business’ Inaugural Forum brought together leaders from across corporate America to explore solutions to the issue of supporting, retaining, and advancing women. Event Wrap Up
Divine Secrets of the Corporate Sisterhood
This first-of-its-kind conference drew young women from a variety of campuses. The main theme of the conference was women working together for a better tomorrow. The conference included talks from several executive and prominent business leaders, discussion forums and workshops, and networking sessions.
What Women Want: A Forum on Gender Roles, Identity, and Equality in Business and Beyond
This forum convened students, faculty, and staff to discuss topical issues in diversity. These include the challenges that women and men from all nations face in the workplace surrounding perceived gender roles and gender equality in today's U.S. business environment.
The Bentley Microfinance Conference
The Bentley Microfinance Group hosted its first conference to share its pioneering work as one of the first principally student-run microfinance organizations in the country. The event highlighted the group's past, present and future in providing modest loans to small businesses, many operated by women.
View From The Top
This annual event brought together senior executive women to share insights and experiences with students, faculty and other members of the campus community. Topics ranged from networking to work–life integration to career progression.
Taking Charge: Women's Executive Leadership Program
Documentary Film Screening and Discussion: Miss Representation
During the March celebration of Women's History Month, the Center for Women and Business presented the acclaimed documentary Miss Representation and invited students, faculty and staff to dine and discuss the issues raised. View photo gallery.