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Empowering Bentley Future Business Women

The Bentley Women’s Network (BWN) is a student run group that builds and utilizes an established network of female business professionals and peers. All students are welcome to join at anytime to participate in our networking and professional development events. 

Round table discussion of the Bentley Women's Network Conference
Emily Spineli
Being a part of the Bentley Women’s Network has given me opportunities to learn from successful Bentley alumnae and meet like-minded peers.
Emily Spinelli '20
Bentley Women’s Network

What we do

The goals of the Bentley Women’s Network (BWN) are to create a network among highly successful college women, develop our member's professional and leadership skills, and provide opportunities to address the needs and concerns of the community and our world.

The BWN hosts events and an on-campus conference to build awareness and confidence about skills and strategies that are important to the advancement of women in business. 

At both formal and informal events, students have the opportunity to engage in networking with both peers and professionals, strengthen leadership and communication skills, and develop relationships with an established network of empowered women. 

Join anytime

Open to all students.
To join or get more info, email Nivetha Aravindan or Rhea Vengurlekar Co-Presidents of the BWN.

Past Events

Ladies Painting Pumpkins

Fall Events

In the fall, the Bentley Women's Network hosts casual events so that new members are able to become exposed to networking in a comfortable setting. We host activities that unite Bentley alumnae with students in order to make connections while having fun! Past events have included Pumpkin Painting, Cookie Decorating and more! 

Women During Panel Discussion

Spring Conference

Each spring we host our annual spring Conference which entails keynote speakers and a corporate panel. We strive to inspire, connect and educate members in order to help them start a successful career. Past themes have included "Sorry, Not Sorry", "She Means Business", "Confidence" and "Personal Branding".