Excited to start a conversation on unconscious biases encountered in the classroom, board-room and workplace? Join us for the Breaking The Mold 2015 conference! Hear from business leaders across industries who are seeking to counter structural biases in their institutions. Keynote speakers include Former CEO of LA Dodgers and CPO of OkCupid. Early Bird ticket sale ends this Friday Nov 6. Remember - Dues paying members receive a discount on tickets! For updates check our website at mitbreakingthemold.com
Do behavioral interviews scare you? Do you struggle to sell your experiences and skills? Are you worried about upcoming internship and full-time interviews? If so, join SWIM for a special career development workshop focused on helping you prepare. You will get to hear from promising women in tech and consulting who have been there done that really well!
Light snacks will be provided. Sign up here. Wednesday Nov 18, 6:30 - 7:30 pm @ E62-250.
HBS' Women Association will be hosting Babson, BU, BC, and MIT Sloan for a evening of networking and an opportunity to hear from female entrepreneurs, Frida Polli and Anastasia Leng, on what it's like to fundraise as a female.
Location: Harvard Business School, Aldrich 007 (main classroom building on HBS campus)
Join us for a lunch with Pamela Reeve. She will share with us how she navigated her career from a management consultant to an entrepreneur and a company CEO and provide tips on how MBA women can manage and grow their careers. Ms. Reeve is a Chair of Commonwealth Institute and the former CEO of Lightbridge Inc., a start-up company she took public and managed for 15 years. Prior to this, she spent eleven years at the Boston Consulting Group. Ms. Reeve completed her MBA degree at Harvard Business School and has four children.
Listen and participate in open Q&A as Diana, a Sloan alumna, shares first-hand over 30 years of experience at GM. She has help leadership roles across GM including Manufacturing, Labor Relations, and most recently within Finance, streamlining GM's business processes. Diana has a strong passion for leadership, with her views being featured by Fast Company, the Wall Street Journal, and Forbes.
The SWIM Mentor program has organized a bowling night at Lucky Strike (within Jillian's bar in Boston). Due to inclement weather conditions early in the semester, we were unable to hold our kayaking events, but with bowling, we shouldn't have to worry about the weather! If you would like to get to know other SWIMmembers, relax a bit as our November's start to get busy, please join us for some bowling fun! Everyone is welcome, even if your mentor/mentee cannot make it! There will be food and beverage at the event.
Come out with SWIM to give back to Cambridge/Boston community! SWIM is participating in MIT Public Service Center's CityDays program by volunteering at the Greater Boston Food Bank Warehouse. This is a chance to give back and interact with the larger MIT & Boston community.
RSVP HERE by Friday Oct 30.
Saturday Nov 7, 9:00 am @ Greater Boston Food Bank Warehouse.
Considering a career in finance? Interested in learning about being a woman in the industry? If so, join SWIM for an enlightening panel discussion at lunch on October 26.
Ellen Hazen Carpenter, SVP - F.L. Putnam Investment Management Company (MBA '96)
Marina Regelman, VP Strategic Planning - Brown Brothers Harriman (SM '03)
Karen Rubin, VP Product - Quantopian
Lunch will be provided - please RSVP at https://goo.gl/ifktmL
Current students and alumnae get together over cocktails in our first mixer event of the year.
SWIM annually hosts the first c-f(x) of the year! Party into the night with Sloan women.
An opportunity for first and second year students to get to know each other better.
Join the Conference Leadership team to learn about ways to get involved in our annual event.
Join the SWIM leadership team in E62 to learn more about the club and how you can get involved