I hadn’t really given much thought to what it specifically meant to be a woman in business until I started the MBA program at PSU.
Last week the NW Lucky Labrador Beer Hall packed in more than 100 people for the B-Corp Pubtalk hosted by the Oregon Entrepreneurs Network. The enthusiastic panelist discussion echoed many of the lessons that come up regularly in our MBA coursework. Read >
I spent as much of the day as I could at the Gerding Theatre on Monday — eyes, ears and mind open. Long story short, I’m definitely going back next year. Read >
In anticipation of the upcoming Elevating Impact Summit on February 13, I got in touch with one of the event’s speakers, Evan Thomas, to discuss some of the ideas surrounding entrepreneurship and innovation for positive social, environmental, and economic impact. Read >
First year MBA student Ben Jacklet recaps his experience at the Business Briefing Breakfast: Innovative Management for Entrepreneurs. Read >
Vidya leverages data and technology to bring people together from across sectors to overcome meaningful, difficult, global challenges. I had the unique opportunity to chat with her about the upcoming event as well as concepts surrounding the so-called “industry.” Read >
Being a professional business woman in today’s political and social climate certainly has its navigational challenges. When I first considered acquiring my MBA, I was naturally concerned I’d be thrust into a homogeneous boy’s club. Read >