Skip to Login Skip to Content Skip to Secondary Navigation

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.

Our Vision:

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:

  • Build an inclusive and supportive community of women and men who inspire each other to develop personally and professionally and emerge 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.

Portal Information

Description

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.

Category

GSB (Business School)

REQUIRED: Most Current Organization Constitution

Please upload the most current version of your group's constitution as a .doc or .docx

You must have a constitution on file in order for your reregistration to be approved.

Organization Email (if exists)
President's Name

This person will be the primary contact for the University and external entities

Bridget Meaney

President's Email Address

Please do not use email aliases or non-Stanford accounts

VP/Co-President's Name

This person will be the secondary contact for the University

Emily Booth

Financial Officer's Name

This person is given access to request and process funds in myGroups2

Stacey Christiansen

Membership Classification

What percentage of the students in your organization are undergraduate v. graduate?

70% or more grad = GRAD

Usual Meeting Day

When does the the organization typically meet?

Thursdays

Usual Meeting Location & Time

Where and when can people find you? This is publicly viewable.

GSB Classrooms

Which of the following is a department affiliation of your organization?

An affiliated department provides your organization with resources, support, and/or space.

  • Graduate School of Business (GSB)
Administrator Use Only
Designated University Advisor

This is the assigned SAL advisor for this organization (exception for GSB and SLS orgs, whose assigned advisor works in the GSB or Law School respectively):

Becca Knopf