Wharton woman Rita Strough uses her Wharton degree as a toolkit to change the world and brandishes it as a badge of honor, especially after how hard she fought for it.
We highlight members of the Wharton community worth watching on social media.
Wharton Women has provided its president an outlet to be her best.
Today’s Wharton students appear skeptical of their chances of obtaining work-life balance. Not this one; not after listening to Michelle Peluso.
Wharton alumnae talk about their own experiences on campus, in the workforce and at the heights of leadership.
What does it mean to be involved at Wharton? Try your hand at all of the main ways to get involved with a club on campus.
Our undergraduate leader was surprised by the diversity and constructive creativity of campus experiences, and how connected she became to it all.
Female leaders at Wharton can not only have positive impact upon their peers at the School, but they have the invaluable opportunity to impact the lives of women in the community and around the globe.
A Wharton Women event brings together current business stars and future ones, to discuss leadership development and career launch, among other topics.
Nina Godiwalla explores the gender bias and struggles facing women in corporate culture.
An increase in female enrollment at Wharton reflects not only the changing demographic of business leaders, but also the broad shift in tomorrow’s business landscape.
A Student Leader Looks Back on an Overflowing Inbox
Members of the undergraduate club Wharton Women discuss the benefits of the club, their career plans and what they hope to gain from the conference.
Wharton Alumni Club of Brazil Builds on Global Alumni Forum
Five alumnae share their stories — and some advice — about the path to success.