In a panel titled “Back in the Day,” WG73 classmates look back on the challenges they faced as female or Black students.
To celebrate this year's historic graduating MBA class, four alumnae reflect on their own Wharton experience and career journeys and offer advice for this new group of women leaders.
They say it takes a village to raise a child. For WEMBA moms, it also takes classmates, professors, and exceptional time management.
These three Wharton alumnae are working to bring more Asian-inspired influences to our plates.
After noticing the gaps in cancer treatment for her mother and then herself, Liya Shuster-Bier WG17 created Alula — a one-stop-shop for "everything but the tumor.”
From fencing champion to naval commander, Alma Ledig ED26 WG31 built a legacy with every title she held.
Wharton alumnae talk about their own experiences on campus, in the workforce and at the heights of leadership.