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Future Leaders from New Haven Gather at the Young Women’s Leadership Launch

By: Emily Anne Self March 9, 2021
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The Yale Young Women’s leadership Launch is an annual event, hosted by the Women in Management club, that gathers young women from the New Haven community and helps them aspire to the highest levels of leadership. This year’s event was held virtually on February 27. Emily Anne Self ’22, event marketing chair, shares her takeaways. Continue reading “Future Leaders from New Haven Gather at the Young Women’s Leadership Launch ”

Prof. Sharon Oster Looks Back at Her Pioneering Economics Career

Prof. Sharon Oster was one of the first five women appointed to the Yale economics faculty, the first tenured woman faculty member at Yale SOM, and the school's first woman dean. On International Women’s Day, a look back at the careers of Oster and her economics colleague Susan Rose-Ackerman.

Jing Tu ’22

Many pharmaceutical industry leaders spend their entire careers focusing on the science, but they lack an appreciation of the business side of the industry. Conversely, leaders who focus purely on...

Anna Lincoln-Barnes ’22

I studied English literature and political science at Williams College. When I graduated, all I wanted to do was work in theater. But after one year as a stage manager, I realized theater wasn’t...

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