Welcome to Johnson’s Office of Diversity and Inclusion (ODI)
We’re proud to be the first top business school to have an office focused on supporting the rising generation of women, underrepresented minority (URM), and LGBTQ leaders.
ODI is dedicated to creating forums for positive conversations and collaboration between all members of our student body. Together, we can foster a culture that not only values differences, but also leverages them as source of strength and innovation on campus, and in the professional world.
Johnson Women in Business
September 20-21, 2019
Johnson Women in Business (JWIB) is our female student hosting event. Find out what our business school experience is really like from current Johnson women, faculty, staff and alumnae.
Johnson Means Business
November 1-2, 2019
Johnson Means Business (JMB) is our diverse student weekend. Learn about our MBA programs, and how to position yourself as a top candidate for MBA admissions.
November 2, 2019
The Diversity Symposium is held in conjunction with Johnson’s diversity recruitment weekend, Johnson Means Business.
Mwanza’s talk and a new scholarship in an alumna’s honor focused on building strong relationships to create a powerful network.
An ODI panel including Dean Kevin Hallock, Michelle Duguid, and Susan Fleming discuss pay equity with the Women’s Management Council and Johnson Allies for Women.
Hilary Lashley Renison’s startup, Tinker & Fiddle, encourages children to learn and apply technology at the intersection of culinary arts, music, fashion, and gaming.
Students and alumni reflect on why Johnson was the right place for them.
Wilbur Parker: A Worthy Vision
Distinguished alumnus Wilbur Parker ’50, MBA ’50, reflects on his experience at Cornell and Johnson, and the role they played in powering his dreams and ambitions.
Irene Rosenfeld ’75, MS ’77, PHD ’80, Chairman and CEO, Kraft Foods/Mondelez International
Irene Rosenthal provides career advice to women.