The #goizuetaENGAGE conference brought together individuals with a passion to improve gender equality in business and included discussion panels, networking opportunities and inspiring speakers.
Speaking as the keynote for the Inside Goizueta Diversity Conference this past fall, Kristin Bolton-Keys 10MBA encouraged a room of current and prospective MBA students to find moments to take a stand or, as in the case of former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick, take a knee.
“Women Wired for Change” was the theme of the 2017 Executive Women of Goizueta conference held at Atlanta’s St. Regis hotel this past fall.
When Abbey Kocan 09MBA took a sabbatical with her husband to Tanzania, she never expected to tumble right into her purpose. But she did.
More than 250 women and men came together to hear from key stakeholders, network with fellow business leaders, and learn from faculty and alumni panels about women’s equality during Goizueta Business School’s second annual #GoizuetaENGAGE conference.
It’s been just more than a year since I issued a call to the Atlanta business community to step up efforts in gender equality. I’m very grateful to the Atlanta Business Chronicle for publishing an op-ed and continuing to take time to recognize “women who mean business.”
Emory University sat down with Andrea Hershatter to learn more about Goizueta’s BBA Program Director.
Angela Fusaro 01C 17WEMBA doesn’t sleep much. “Do I need sleep? I’ll be very honest, I don’t,” Fusaro said with a smile during the most recent meeting of the Emory Entrepreneur Breakfast Series. “It’s like one of my superpowers. I don’t sleep a lot at night, but I don’t like to sleep.”
Associate Professor of Organization and Management Melissa Williams notes nonverbal behaviors can paint a different picture of leadership, particularly for women in management positions.
Poets & Quants names alumna Madison Seamens 17MBA as a ‘2017 MBA To Watch’