WomenLead is an undergraduate leadership program offered by the J. Mack Robinson College of Business for students across all campuses at Georgia State University.
Empower female students to aspire to and achieve leadership positions.
Be a global model for accelerating undergraduate students’ leadership and success.
The cornerstone of the WomenLead program is our course portfolio – we offer one class in business and one in science.Register for either course
Together, let’s clear the path to the top.
No matter what undergraduate females study, from business to science to liberal arts, they will face career challenges that are unique to women. WomenLead courses are available to all undergraduates across Georgia State.
Women Matter for Success.
KPMG recently released a study that illuminates the unique challenges women face and offers steps that organizations can take to level the playing field between men and women.
“In a marketplace defined by complexity, disruption
and change, today’s most successful enterprises are
those that bring diverse perspectives and experiences
to each new challenge. Along with being the right
thing to do, diversity and inclusion offer a strategic
advantage – especially at the leadership level.”
– John Veihmeyer and Lynne Doughtie, KPMG
- Six WomenLead Students Receive ScholarshipsSix undergraduate students at Georgia State University’s J. Mack Robinson College of Business have received Scholar Awards from the Committee of 200 (C200), an invitation-only global organization of top female executives and entrepreneurs who manage more than $300 billion in annual revenues and assets. The post Six WomenLead Students Receive Scholarships appeared first on WomenLead.News
- Empowering Women to Lead the Future of BusinessCan a single class change a life? Some believe the Women Lead class can. One year ago the inaugural class of Women Lead at the J. Mack Robinson College of Business gave 25 students the chance to increase their leadership abilities. Since then, the program has grown from one class to three classes and… more » The post Empowering Women to Lead the Future of Business appeared first on WomenLead.News
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