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TOPIC: Women and Business
If ever there was a good time for women—and men—to invest in women-led startups and launch their own, it’s now. With the #MeToo movement focusing the conversation on women and the workplace, society’s eyes are now on the power of women.
Associate Vice President of Career Services Susan Brennan offers advice for women on salary negotiation.
As the first transgender woman of color to star in a mainstream television series, actress, writer, producer and LGBTQ advocate Laverne Cox knows a thing or two about overcoming obstacles.
A student leader interviews her inspiration
A president's legacy of genuine leadership.
Bentley President Gloria Cordes Larson is the first female to receive the Ellen M. Zane Award for Visionary Leadership for being an influencer of change in the Greater Boston area and beyond.
Bentley University will name its Center for Women and Business after the university’s 7th president, Gloria Cordes Larson, as a tribute to Larson’s legacy of empowering women to lead and elevating the national conversation on gender equality and diversity in the workplace.
Bentley President Gloria Larson, along with guest experts, joined Bloomberg Radio’s Carol Massar and Cory Johnson, to talk about what higher education and industry can do together, to help advance women in the workplace.
Wicked Local shares photos from Bentley's Dresses to Dreams event focused on inspiring and empowering local high school students.