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From the Director of Community and Inclusion: Taking a Listening Tour

February 17, 2017

Martin Luther King Jr’s mission feels more urgent to me this year than it has in recent years. The divergences of beliefs and perspectives among individuals, communities, and entire nations appear deeper, and effective communication and open dialogue seem less prevalent. Yale SOM’s...

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From the Director of Community & Inclusion: Having the Challenging Conversation

May 6, 2016

Yale School of Management is a purposefully diverse community. Our 40% female population, citizenship representation from 47 countries, and active and engaged social identity groups (such as the Out of Office LGBTQ club, the Black Business Alliance, and many others) are observable indicators of...

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Expanding Opportunities for Women in Business at the White House

August 10, 2015

It was exciting to participate in this day-long plenary session and to discuss our collective commitment to increasing women’s access to graduate management programs and to preparing our students to succeed in diverse work environments by leading by example around issues of equity and inclusion within our respective organizations. At the Yale School of Management, our integrated core curriculum also helps in this preparation by challenging students to think broadly and to apply diverse perspectives to solving complex problems. 

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