Wharton authors serve up new releases for true-crime aficionados, passionate puzzle solvers, and high-achieving leaders.
A new report from the Wharton Social Impact Initiative and consultancy Catalyst at Large illustrates key findings about the field.
As part of the Wharton Social Impact Initiative's Investing in Women Impact Stories, Allie Ilgan speaks with Sydney Price of Kate Spade New York about Kate Spade's women's empowerment goals and how they're achieving those goals in Masoro, Rwanda.
Karin Klein makes the case for increased transparency about gender in venture capital.
“The Options Lady” Laurie Itkin is no daredevil sipping cosmos while jumping out of airplanes. She invests in stocks because she is risk averse. More woman should follow her lead.
Success has come to Jamie Moldafsky, WG’89, not because of a grand master plan, but because of her ability to be open-minded, to know herself and to leverage her strengths at work she’s enjoyed.
Of all the big names and powerful personalities involved in the resurrection of tech titan Yahoo, Jacqueline D. Reses, W’92, is right up there. We talk with her about her own professional and personal experience as a leader.
We ask trailblazer Suzanne Shank, WG’87, about her secrets to work-life integration, about doing business "in the right way," and about being a “woman leader” and “business leader.”
An undergraduate student learned more about leadership running her own camp than she could have in any traditional internship.
A Q&A with Janet Clark, WG'82, CFO and Executive Vice President of Marathon Oil.
Wharton has come a long way since 1954.
Alums on how Wharton has changed – or not – over the last half-century.