Notre Dame Students Speak about Women in Business for International Women's Day 2019

A modern MBA program provides the in-class instruction to set students up for their career but also provides opportunities to apply their skills and grow outside of the classroom. One such example for students at Notre Dame is the Women In Business Club, which aims to inspire women in business. Haley Alexander, MBA ’19, and Phoebe Tzannes, MBA ’20, are the President and President-Elect, respectively, of the Women In Business Club and talk about the importance of women in business, why the club is beneficial to Notre Dame students and how Notre Dame has prepared them ahead of International Women’s Day 2019.


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The State of Women in Business

Kristen Blessman, President of the Colorado Womenโ€™s Chamber of Commerce jumps in the hot seat to talk about CWCCโ€™s upcoming signature event, The State of Women in Business. Kristen fills us in on the agenda for the event, but also speaks candidly about the current gender equality issue many businesses are facing. Registration is due by September 20!

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What can be done to support the rise of women as leaders in the American economy? Despite notable breakthroughs by many women, the social and structural impediments are stubborn. How can more capital and other resources be made available to female founders? What do women need from Corporate America to keep their careers on track as far as they aim to go?

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Stacey Olive, Vice President Talent Acquisition, The New York Times
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Women have essentially achieved parity with men in joining the workforce, representing 48% of employees in entry-level jobs, yet only about one in five C-suite leaders is a womanโ€”and only one in 25 is a woman of color. Despite all the progress, the impediments to advancement persist.

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