Center for Women and Business Executive Director Deborah Pine and Program Director Trish Foster offer simple ways for men to support women and create a more inclusive the workplace.
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TOPIC: Women and Business
Bentley is highlighted for being one of the first universities to participate in the "Check Your Blind Spots" tour, a traveling program aimed at making students more aware of their unconscious biases.
President Gloria Larson discusses the success of the Massachusetts Conference for Women.
Bentley’s Center for Women and Business is highlight for their research on what male allies can do to help women in the workplace.
A study conducted by Bentley's Center for Women and Business found millennials place a high importance on work-life balance in their jobs.
Bentley University is one of the top 10 women-led businesses in Massachusetts, according to a new ranking by The Commonwealth Institute that credited Bentley’s commitment to workplace diversity, strong management and innovative curriculum.
President Gloria Larson is among the top 10 female business leaders in Massachusetts according to a ranking by The Commonwealth Institute .
As blatant as the sexism seems on TV news, where men simply wear suits, Deb Pine, executive director of the Center for Women and Business, explains how wardrobe problems are rampant in other industries as well.
Molly Curly ’17 combined her sales degree with her passion for modeling and fashion to launch her own swimwear line, Molly J. Swim.
Founding Director of Bentley’s Center for Women and Business shares the danger of negative self-talk.