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Center for Women and Business


CWB Corporate Programs

Fostering Inclusive Organizations

The Gloria Cordes Larson Center for Women and Business (CWB) provides thought leadership on critical workplace diversity issues and the best practices, programs, and policies that foster inclusion. Through our signature programs, we engage individuals at all levels of the organization and help our corporate partners ignite change and advance their diversity goals.

Programs for early-career professionals, front-line managers, and senior executives

Gearing Up Conference

A transformational one-day conference focused on the unique needs and aspirations of early-career women.

In-House Workshops

Skills-based diversity and inclusion programs optimized to meet the unique goals of the organization — each interactive forum includes actionable recommendations.

Executive Working Group

Brings business leaders together to explore key issues impacting workplace diversity and inclusion and discuss best practices that drive real change.

Thought Leadership

Insight and Interventions

CWB curated research reports synthesize current literature, practical research, and solutions to key issues impacting diversity and inclusion (D&I). Each report provides insights and interventions to help organizations make progress toward their D&I goals.

Collage of diverse people
Michael Simonds
Bentley’s Center for Women and Business’ corporate impact is significant. Their program content is data-driven and they know what it takes to help organizations build more inclusive, productive, working relationships among all colleagues at all levels of the pipeline.
Michael Simonds
President and CEO of Unum US

Upskill your leaders to meet the challenges of tomorrow.