Babson Women's Business Blog

Babson College has established the Babson Women's Business Blog as a forum for issues and findings related to business in general and women in particular.

"The Babson Women's Business Blog is dedicated to something we are very passionate about -- the advancement of women and business," said Prof. Nan Langowitz, Director of the Center for Women's Leadership at Babson College. "While the backgrounds and expertise of the blog's contributors are varied, we work together at Babson College and share a commitment to understanding and advancing opportunities for women as business leaders. We look forward to sharing our insights and exploring ideas for women who wish to achieve their professional goals, and for organizations that want to be best-in-class employers and value providers to women."

The Babson Women's Business Blog Bloggers include:

Candida Brush
Division Chair in Entrepreneurship
Paul T. Babson Chair in Entrepreneurship

Patricia Greene
Dean, Undergraduate School;
Incoming Provost
President's Endowed Professor of Entrepreneurship

Nan Langowitz
Director, Center for Women's Leadership
Associate Professor of Management

Maria Minniti
Professor of Economics and Associate Professor of Entrepreneurship

J. Janelle (Jan) Shubert
Associate Director, Center for Women's Leadership
Adjunct Professor

Center for Women's Leadership (CWL) at Babson College

The Center for Women's Leadership (CWL) at Babson College is dedicated to the advancement of women in business. Through the Center's education and outreach activities as well as through its research, CWL enables the professional accomplishment of women and the success of organizations seeking to leverage their talent and market power. CWL's extensive research and faculty team make Babson the leading authority on global women's entrepreneurship and a premiere source for the insights and educational opportunities that women need to achieve their leadership goals.

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