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Category Archives: Women in Business
President Elect Jill Newell talks about her background and what Women in Management (WIM) represents, and why both women and men should be excited to be a part of WIM this coming year.
Melanie Goulding sheds light on an amazing and yet not well known program to encourage diversity in BYU’s MBA program. The MBA Academy creates a pipeline for diverse candidates and helps participants prepare for admission into the MBA program.
Director John Bingham talks about the opportunities for women in the BYU MBA program.
A group of women from various backgrounds come together to discuss their experiences in the BYU MBA program.
Stephanie Conran joins Marriott MBA today to tell us about her internship at Disney and how she became involved in creating stained glass for LDS temples.
Tina Ashby, Director of Women at the Marriott School of Management, is making sure women have a voice in business. Find out how!
Learn how second year MBA student, Katherine Rasmussen, juggles her own classes, TA responsibilities for Mike Swenson’s Business Marketing class, and managing the two small business she owns. Katherine shares some great advice to help students get the most out … Continue reading
Cheryl Anderson discusses interning at Intel with Marriott MBA Today’s Elizabeth Hilton. During the conversation, Cheryl also talks about being a successful woman in the field of finance, deciding to get an MBA, and the importance of being confident. This … Continue reading
Becky Levanger spent her summer at the JR Simplot company in Boise, Idaho. She was in a business development and strategy role that required her to learn about biotech in a lesser known industry to many business school students. Listen … Continue reading
Marlenne Hernandez, a student from Mexico, shares her experience on her HR internship at Johnson & Johnson, traveling to her home country as part of her project and enjoying a great summertime in Miami.