Breaking Barriers...for the Next Generation
For over a decade, the comparison between the median earnings of full-time employed men and women in the United States has remained a stubborn 77%.
Although women now hold 51.5% of positions in management, professional, and other related occupations, their advancement to senior leadership positions continues to be stifled. Just 14.6% of executive officer positions and 4.5% of Fortune 1000 positions are held by women.
George Mason's School of Business and its Women in Business Initiative aims to change this by providing current students, alumnae, and businesswomen a unique platform of engagement for professional development and networking.
Get Involved! Join Us at Our Next Event!
Thursday, April 30, 2015
5:30 to 8 p.m.
George's in the Johnson Center (Fairfax Campus)
Spend quality time with exceptional businesswomen learning how to succeed as a new employee and earn the respect of your new colleagues. Conclude the evening with a presentation by brand strategist Jen Dalton, Founder & CEO of BrandMirror, as she explores ways to leverage LinkedIn at all stages of your career.
For a full list of the Women in Business Initiative's 2015 events, click here.
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