Women in Business

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%.

- Forbes

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!


daltonjenwebTips for Success in Your New Job (Student 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.


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 For a full list of the Women in Business Initiative's 2015 events, click here.

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George Mason University School of Business

Ranked by U.S. News & World Report in the top 10 percent of all AACSB accredited business schools, the School of Business is one of only 25 percent of business schools accredited in both business and accounting by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) International.




Main Campus
School of Business 
Enterprise Hall 
4400 University Drive, MS 1B1
Fairfax, VA 22030

AACSB Accreditation