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Elevating the Equity Curve
March 08, 2021
The number of women leaders in higher education is rising, but not fast enough—what more can business schools do?
Can Mentorship Reduce Gender Inequity?
March 05, 2021
A report explores why more women aren’t advancing to the C-suite, and a forthcoming study offers an unconventional solution: Ask more women to mentor men.
Broadening Business School Access for the Black Community
July 23, 2020
Marco De Novellis
The need for society’s institutions to reify their commitments to diversity and inclusion is more urgent than ever—and one way they can do that is by removing long-standing barriers.
The Business School Role in Improving Racial Equity
July 09, 2020
In our efforts to prepare tomorrow’s leaders, we have a responsibility to address the realities of discrimination and promote a culture of inclusion.
A Reading List for Cultural Understanding
June 19, 2020
Composed of member contributions, this list highlights an important moment for our global society as well as the powerful role business schools play in shaping understanding.
Combating Cultural Bias in Times of Global Crisis: Q&A With Sandra Upton
March 24, 2020
Addressing cultural biases that have resulted from the COVID-19 outbreak is one key way we can maintain a sense of order and social good in a chaotic time.
Set Up for Success: Influential Leaders Address Access in Education and the Workplace
October 18, 2019
Honorees from the 2019 Class of Influential Leaders discovered both a passion and an aptitude for helping others overcome obstacles to success.