Dyson’s Trisha Beher ’25 founded student group Women Leaders of Color to unite and empower women of color and prepare them for leadership roles.
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Blockchain entrepreneur John Wu ’92 built his career through Cornell connections and gives back as an advisor, speaker, and benefactor.
As Chairman of RRBM Board, SC Johnson College Dean Andrew Karolyi will serve a two-year term as chief executive officer and will preside over quarterly meetings.
As Vice Chair of PRME Board for a two-year term, SC Johnson College Dean Karolyi will represent committed stakeholders to advance PRME’s vision, mission and guiding principles.
Jacqueline Novogratz recounted how she reached her closely held belief that the opposite of poverty is not wealth; the opposite of poverty is dignity.
The Women in Business Forum, held in NYC in May, featured inspiring stories and insights from five alumnae who are leaders in healthcare.