The Johns Hopkins Carey Business School strives to be a leader in business education and to be an inclusive and welcoming environment for students, faculty, and staff.
The Women’s Leadership Initiative at Carey creates awareness of the essential role women play as leaders of businesses and society. We work to identify, research, and create opportunities for the vital discussions that need to happen around the opportunities and challenges women face as leaders.
For questions about this initiative, contact Kristin Hanley.
Executive Education: Women In Leadership
More women occupy positions of leadership in today’s business world than ever before. However, women continue to face unique challenges that delay or stall their career advancement. In this interactive three-day course, participants will learn to hone their skills in negotiation, influencing others and leading groups and teams using exercises, discussion, and case studies as the foundation. Each participant will leave the course with skills to strengthen their personal network and the ability to create and claim value.
Empowering Female Students
Did you know that nearly 50% of students at the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School are women? Shelby Schemerhorn, GMBA 2018, shares how the equal representation of women drove her decision to come to the Carey Business School.
Creating Your Magic: A Gendered Perspective on Personal Branding for Women
Personal branding requires that women rethink their brand story to expand beyond academic achievements and incorporate soft skills required for leadership.
Trailblazing Women: Stories of Firsts, Risks, Self-Doubt and Success
Being “first” in a chosen field or profession can be both exhilarating and daunting. For women in leadership positions, it can prove doubly challenging yet ultimately extremely rewarding.
Women in Leadership: Opportunities and Challenges from the Athletic Field to the Boardroom
A diverse group of women leaders discuss how athletics and sports have contributed to their development as both leaders and executives. Research suggests that athletics can have a profound effect on shaping and nurturing leadership skills in women.
Leaders + Legends with Sen. Barbara Mikulski
Former United States Senator from Maryland Barbara Mikulski spoke at the Carey Business School on host of topics ranging from women’s leadership to the economy in a lively one-on-one discussion with Carey Dean Bernard T. Ferrari.
Johnson & Johnson: Women’s Leadership Panel
Executives from Johnson & Johnson share their experiences as business leaders in an event was organized by Carey Women in Business.
Broadening Perspectives on Women in Work: An Interdisciplinary Conference
Women from leading industries and academic researchers in management science, business, technology, economics, psychology, and sociology discussed both the progress that women have made in attaining leadership and the barriers they still encounter.