Innovative Women’s Conference

Jenkins MBA Women's club at NC state is excited to hold our fourth annual Innovative Women's Conference on October 19-20, 2017

 

 

 

The theme this year is ‘Women and Power’- Power which we depict through the bold black as our logo color, Power which is equally represented in standing up to put a fight and sitting down to resolve one. We welcome you this year, not as a guest but as one of the ‘powerful us’ to share stories said and unsaid, inspire through experiences good and bad, and to make connections strong and for long! So, we hope to see you there, Powerful!

Organizers: Hosted by NC State Jenkins MBA chapter of the National Association of Women MBAs –and sponsored by the Jenkins MBA Student Association (MBASA). This event is paid for in part by funds through the NC State Foundation.

Charitable association: All proceeds from the event will be donated to Women for Success.

Who should attend and Why? This event is designed to bring together women in the Triangle area – from graduate students to entrepreneurs to corporate executives – to encourage discussion and hands-on learning in the areas of business innovation, science, technology, career progression, networking and entrepreneurship.

Event gist: The conference will kick-off Thursday, October 19 from 6:00 pm to 8 pm with a networking social at HQ Raleigh sponsored by RJ Reynolds. This will be followed by a full day of engaging workshops, panels, and speakers Friday, October 20 from 8.30 am to 4.00 pm at NC State’s McKimmon Center.

Last year’s event: Here’s what our women had to say about their key takeaway from last year’s conference:

“Women are in business! (More than I usually hear about in the news)”

“Networking was my main goal and I accomplished it”

“So much! It was really wonderful being around sharp women and being supported in whatever dreams we have going.”

“Boost of self-confidence and expanded communication skills”

 

Innovative Women's Conference

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NC State MBA Student Association (MBASA)