WELCOME TO WIM!
Women in Management (WIM) is a club that supports women at the GSB and strives to ensure all women achieve their full professional potential. We encourage men to get involved as allies through WIMmen.
We host a range of events throughout the year, including our annual Retreat, big name speakers, our annual Banquet, annual Career Trek and regular panels covering a range of personal and professional topics. We also facilitate WIM Groups, considered by many to be a highlight of their GSB experience.
Women in Management (WIM) is a community of strong, authentic women and men that endeavors to support each other, prepare our members for long-term personal success, and foster a more equitable and gender-mindful business world.
We strive to:
Women in Management is a professional organization of women at the Graduate School of Business.
Our mission is to:
Build an inclusive and supportive community of authentic women and men who inspire each other to develop personally and professionally, emerging from the GSB as courageous creators of a level playing field.
Create shared experiences that provoke honest conversation about gender issues in business, with a focus on actionable solutions and impact beyond the GSB.
Invite men to advocate for gender equality as WIMmen. Seek to uncover unconscious biases and build intentional, gender-mindful leaders.
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