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Four myths that (still) get in the way of women and leadership

By Kellie McElhaney   |   9/04/2018
Surprisingly, almost two decades into the 21st century, there are still myths about women in business and leadership that get in the way of our success. Perhaps even more surprising is that these myths don’t ...

A Glimpse at Lean In at Berkeley Haas

By Eileen Jacob   |   4/11/2018
We've previously introduced you to Nancy Hoque, a student in the Evening & Weekend Berkeley MBA Program with a passion for gender equity. She has extended that passion to launching Lean In circles at various ...

Consulting as a path to social sector leadership, entrepreneurship

By Angela Fleekop   |   3/23/2018
For the past three years, 20-26 percent of Berkeley MBA graduates have gone to work in consulting, with companies such as Bain, Boston Consulting Group, Deloitte, and McKinsey making regular appearances as top ...

Closing the gender gap: Female CEOs from Gap Inc. share wisdom

By Liz Rosenberg   |   3/07/2018
When we pulled together a room full of women at Gap Inc. headquarters, recently, it was an opener to what we intend to be an ongoing conversation about gender equity and leadership. More than 150 women joined ...

The best MBA programs for women? FT ranks Berkeley MBA #2 in the US

By Angela Fleekop   |   3/05/2018
The Full-time Berkeley MBA Program is #2 in the US and #3 in the world in a 2018 Financial Times (FT) ranking of Best MBA programs for women, the publication's first ever look at MBA outcomes for women.

Student Perspective: Leading in a Time of Political Turmoil

By Laura Counts   |   1/26/2018
When Sharifa Dunn woke up Nov. 9, 2016, the first big news she got was that Donald Trump had been elected president of the United States.

Video: Advancing Careers—and Women—as Evening and Weekend MBA Leaders

By Eileen Jacob   |   11/02/2017
Two women, initially unsure if their backgrounds were right for an MBA program, now lead the student association for the Evening & Weekend Berkeley MBA Program and work to encourage more women and ...

Women in Tech: 5 Things I Learned About Succeeding in Silicon Valley

By Nancy Hoque   |   5/05/2017
There’s been a lot in the news recently about the challenges women face in Silicon Valley—and in the tech world more broadly. Since many women here at Haas have come from tech or are looking to break in, the ...

Teaching + MBA + Consulting = My Path to Social Sector Leadership

By Farah Dilber   |   3/27/2017
I decided to make a career in education the day I met Efia, in the summer before my final year of college. She was eight years old and had spent her entire life at Buduburam Refugee Camp outside of Accra, ...

MBA Student Perspective: How I'm Leaning In to Become One of the 7% of Women In Venture Capital

By Kira Noodleman   |   1/23/2017
Photo: At my internship with my soon-to-be boss, Bee Partners Founder & Managing Partner Michael Berolzheimer, MBA 07