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The Gloria Cordes Larson Center for Women and Business

Advancing Women and Workplace Diversity

The Gloria Cordes Larson Center for Women and Business (CWB) at Bentley University provides thought leadership on critical diversity issues, and offers tools and training to foster inclusive organizations. Our programs inform and empower students, alumni, and business professionals — from the classroom to the boardroom. About the CWB.

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Men as Allies Summit - October 18th

Start your journey to inclusive leadership...become an ally!

Diversity and inclusion is good for business and important to employers. Deloitte research shows that organizations with inclusive cultures are 8X more likely to achieve better business outcomes.

At the Men as Allies Summit you will learn what it means to be an ally. Men in senior leadership roles will share their personal stories of allyship in the workplace and its impact and importance to driving success. Come ask questions and network.

Open to ALL on campus.

Friday, October 18th 
2:30 - 4:00pm in LaCava 325

Register Now 

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2020 Women on Boards

Join us on November 21st as thousands across the country discuss the importance of board diversity. The Gloria Cordes Larson Center for Women and Business at Bentley University will once again host this annual event to raise awareness, address key issues, and generate support for the 2020 Women on Boards campaign. Panelists to be announced for this dynamic discussion.

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Support CWB Student Programs

Our approach is sophisticated, but our resources are limited. Each year, the CWB spearheads programs and learning opportunities — like the Women’s Leadership Program, Student Fellowships and the Men of Alliance student group — that benefit hundreds of students. We need your support to maintain and grow key opportunities that prepare our students to succeed. 

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