MBA Women International UMass Amherst

                          "Empowering Professional Women" 

Creating a lifelong network to support, develop, and empower women MBAs in today's competitive business climate.

 

History

 

 

The MBA Women International UMass Amherst (formerly National Association of Women MBAs) is a professional organization at the University of Massachusetts Amherst.  It was founded in 2005 and seeks to provide students with opportunities for self-development through social and professional events including networking, speaker series, lunches, conferences, and more.

 

Mission

 

 

MBA Women International UMass Amherst connects Isenberg MBA students with accomplished business leaders, and provides opportunities for networking, skill building, and community outreach.   We facilitate increased communication and collaboration among men and women in a professional environment.

 

We are a chapter of the MBA Women International (MBA WI), an organization dedicated to empowering women MBAs in order to propel more women into leadership positions in corporate America and to enhance the diversity of the nation's workforce.

 


Goals

 

 

  • Provide members with value-added programming including speaker series, career fairs, and networking events to assist members in developing their professional network and career strategy.
  • Benefit from affiliation with the MBA Women International by providing access to the MBA WI member database, job boards, and the annual MBA WI Conference and Career Fair. 
  • Create a lifelong network of successful women including current students, professors, alumni, and local businesswomen through the MBA WI UMass Amherst website, database, and social networking sites. 
  • Provide a forum for current students to interact with Isenberg alumni, friends of the program, and other professional women to learn about experiences in the workplace and to benefit from their guidance.

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