Johnson welcomes tomorrow's women in business, Nov. 11-12

At premiere female recruiting event, MBA candidates will take in all that is the b-school experience at Johnson

Johnson welcomes tomorrow's women in business, Nov. 11-12
More than 30 female MBA candidates will take part in Johnson Women in Business (JWiB), Johnson's premiere female hosting and recruiting event, Nov. 11 and 12.  
A continuation of the Office of Diversity and Inclusion's (ODI) tenth anniversary and Johnson's ongoing commitment to attracting the richest, most diverse student body, JWiB invites prospective female students to attend core classes, attend lectures, panels and workshops and network with Johnson students and alumni.   

"We know that women succeed here at Johnson when they arrive understanding what the business school experience is really like," said Nsombi Ricketts, director of ODI.  "The best way to learn about the Johnson experience and the great opportunities available for women here, is to interact directly with our own students, faculty, staff and alumni."

Events of JWiB will include a lecture on business ethics by John Bogle, founder of the Vanguard group, discussions on leadership education, financing for an MBA and career management resources at Johnson and Cornell University's Hatfiled Lecture by Henry Paulson, former U.S. Treasury Secretary and CEO of Goldman Sachs.
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