Diversity & Inclusion
Johnson Women in Business welcomed Aleda Schaffer, MBA ’10, who spoke on women’s empowerment and discovering herself as a professional and mother.
With the fall semester in full swing, we’re gearing up for Johnson Means Business (JMB), our diverse and LGBTQ student hosting event on campus.
Tyeise Huntley Jones, MBA ’10, and Adrienne Rose Martinez ’01, MBA ’08, will be honored at the Johnson Diversity Symposium and Alumni Awards Dinner Oct. 27.
Johnson’s Women in Business event, also known as JWiB, gives prospective women MBAs an opportunity to visit the Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management at Cornell University and be among like-minded businesswomen. Our tight-knit community is definitely one to experience firsthand.
Dyson’s Deborah Streeter discusses issues women face in business and entrepreneurship on GE’s Brilliance: Leadership Learning podcast.
Co-authored research by Jamie Perry found the most effective types of diversity training and programs use many different instructional methods.