Daily Archives: August 18, 2015


The Portrait Project posts for the Class of 2015 have recent been published, including some of the wonderful women from the WSA Board. Here are the links to their portraits: Caitlin Roman (WSA VP of Sponsorship): “I want to take more risks on the things that matter” Suzanne Willis (WSA VP of Marketing): “I will continuously work to be the most genuine me”

WSA BOARD OF 2015: PORTRAIT PROJECT


The WSA’s Co-VPs of Marketing for 2014/15 have provided their perspectives on the 3 Things Women Need to Know About Business School. High-level, they say: 1.       There is support for women in business school on many levels 2.       Business school can open up new career possibilities 3.       Women with MBAs are doing awesome things You can read their detailed responses in the MBA Voices post here.      

3 THINGS WOMEN NEED TO KNOW ABOUT BUSINESS SCHOOL


Gender-equality clubs similar to HBS’s Manbassadors are spreading to other MBA programs and getting national press! Most recently The Washington Post has written about the 22s, Wharton’s gender equality club run by men. Simran Singh, who cofounded the 22s, said “’One of the key ideas behind the group was we wanted to dispel the notion that gender equality is a women’s issue. We wanted to show that it’s a universal issue.'” Read the full article here. 

WHARTON FOLLOWS (MANBASSADOR) SUIT



In the midst of early-stage RC recruiting and late-stage EC recruiting it’s easy to get caught up in the focus on our next career moves as the be-all and end-all. But listening to Kathleen Sebelius at a WSA Fireside Chat recently, the ECs and RCs in the room were challenged to think more about the journey of our careers and take opportunities as they come without being wedded to a particular strategy. When Kathleen Sebelius was appointed to be Secretary of Health and Human Services (HHS), it seemed like a logical next step in a stellar, well-planned political career. But Sebelius’ take […]

A FIRESIDE CHAT WITH KATHLEEN SEBELIUS