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Women in Business Club

Women in Business Club

Who we are:

ESADE Women in Business Club aims to promote diversity and gender equality in business and leadership roles. The club serves the MBA, Masters and BBA communities of ESADE Business School.

Our objectives are to provide a platform to the ESADE community to discuss gender equality related topics and to provide better opportunities for the ESADE women community to become future leaders and role models for the next generation.

Board:

Sophie van Gool - President
Samantha Coury - VP of Community Impact
Lisa Berenschot - VP of Leadership Development
Carolina Collepicolo - VP of Leadership Development
Sarah Brewer - VP of Marketing & Communications
Hassan Behbehani - VP of Inclusiveness

What do we do:

Our goal is to provide future women leaders a toolkit to succeed in managerial and C-level roles. We plan to do this with the following activities:

> Organize panel discussions with women CEOs, managers & peers and learn from their experiences.

> Host a variety of impressive guest speakers from companies such as Johnson&Johnson, Electronic Arts (EA), Nestle, Volkswagen, and many more.

> Connect with women in entrepreneurship through events, panel discussions and guest speakers.

> Advocate to increase the number of women pursuing MBA’s at ESADE and in all schools.

> Fundraise for a new Women in Business Club scholarship and for other charitable causes such as our collaboration to raise funds for Movember in support of men’s health.

> Arrange external networking events with other business schools.

Why should you join us:

> To take part in a highly active club with some of the best guest speakers and panel discussions in the MBA.

> To learn about gender inequality and the advantages of gender diversity from your peers and external speakers through discussions, panels and talks.

> To take advantage of the ESADE diversity and get global perspectives on gender inequality, especially from our own classmates.

> To learn how to improve gender inequality after the ESADE MBA.