Tag: Women’s Leadership

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As a Presidency Ends, a Time to Reflect
As a Presidency Ends, a Time to Reflect » Leaving behind a wide-ranging set of accomplishments, Kerry Healey prepares to step down as Babson’s president at the end of the month.
To Scale Startups, Female Founders Think Beyond VC
To Scale Startups, Female Founders Think Beyond VC » Despite a microscope being placed on the lack of capital received by women entrepreneurs, there has been no upward movement. But, as the challenges continue, women founders are blazing new paths toward startup success.
Poets & Quants Says Babson MBAs Are Ones to Watch
Poets & Quants Says Babson MBAs Are Ones to Watch » Reveling in the excitement of Babson’s Centennial Commencement, the College is proud to announce two more new grads recognized by Poets & Quants.
How Solving 1 Problem Led to Millions in Revenue
How Solving 1 Problem Led to Millions in Revenue » Wanderu founder Polina Raygorodskaya ’08 illustrated to the growing startup community of Miami how solving a problem led to more than $100 million in revenue.
Steve Case Visits an Entrepreneurial City on the Rise
Steve Case Visits an Entrepreneurial City on the Rise » Steve Case, Babson’s 2019 undergraduate Commencement speaker, brought his pitch competition to Miami. The city has a diverse and thriving startup scene that includes Babson’s WIN Lab.
From Secretary to CEO: For Jan Singer, One Call Changed it All
From Secretary to CEO: For Jan Singer, One Call Changed it All » At an on-campus event with Babson’s Center for Women’s Entrepreneurial Leadership (CWEL), former Victoria’s Secret and Spanx CEO Jan Singer zeroed in on our underestimated and undervalued ability to choose, to take control, and to change our perspectives about what it means to go to work.
Fulbright and the Pursuit of Global Citizenship
Fulbright and the Pursuit of Global Citizenship » Julia Dean ’19 has been awarded a Fulbright Study/Research Grant to improve access to entrepreneurship education in South Korea. She is the latest in a line of Babson students who have decided to take advantage of their opportunities to better the lives of others around the world.
Katherine Craven P’22 Named Chair of Massachusetts Board of Elementary and Secondary Education
Katherine Craven P’22 Named Chair of Massachusetts Board of Elementary and Secondary Education » Katherine Craven P’22, Chief Administrative and Financial Officer at Babson, has been appointed Chair of the Massachusetts Board of Elementary and Secondary Education by Gov. Charlie Baker.
Chair of the Board of Trustees, Marla Capozzi, Urges Students to Never Stop Learning
Chair of the Board of Trustees, Marla Capozzi, Urges Students to Never Stop Learning » Fundamentally, academia and business are two very different industries. Babson student Jess Chartier ’20 sat down with Babson Board of Trustees Chair Marla Capozzi MBA’96 to discuss the differences and similarities of leading a college and a management consulting firm at the same time.
Entrepreneurship in Her Family Dates Back to 1844. Today, Cathy Hughes Runs the Largest Black-Owned Broadcast Company in the Nation
Entrepreneurship in Her Family Dates Back to 1844. Today, Cathy Hughes Runs the Largest Black-Owned Broadcast Company in the Nation » At the 21st annual Black Affinity Network Conference, the Babson community awarded Cathy Hughes with a Pioneer Award for her unique contributions in changing the entertainment industry.