Women at Carey Business School

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Women at Carey

More than half of Johns Hopkins Carey Business School’s students were women back in 2013.  Now, we enroll one of the highest percentages of women in a full-time MBA program among more than four dozen prestigious members of the Forte Foundation.

But we aren’t stopping there. We are committed to providing an innovative, forward-thinking business education for female leaders and supporting you throughout your time at Carey and after graduation.

Read more on gender parity in Carey’s full-time MBA program

Women in Business at Carey

Forté Fellowships

As a Forté Foundation partner, Johns Hopkins Carey Business School is among a select group of schools and corporations supporting Forté’s mission to advance women in business. Forté Fellowships are competitive awards that recognize students in the full-time Johns Hopkins MBA who demonstrate a commitment to advancing women in business. The fellowships reflect the school’s longstanding investment in educating and empowering women for future leadership roles in business. These fellowships can be combined with other scholarship awards as applicable. Connect with Admissions to find out more.

Student organization: Women in Business

Through empowerment, advocacy for equality, and skill development, Women in Business prepares students to become future leaders. Students make meaningful connections and create a supportive community of female business professionals throughout Carey Business School, Baltimore, and beyond. The organization hosts the annual Stoop Storytelling Night and Girls Empowerment Event.

Women’s Alumni Network

Established in March 2020, the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School Women’s Alumni Network was created to support and cultivate relationships among alumnae of the school. The Women’s Alumni Network cultivates connections between Johns Hopkins Carey Business School alumnae, students, and faculty and provides a forum that supports women participating in, leading, and developing businesses.

If you are interested in joining the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School Women’s Alumni Network, contact LinkedIn group.

Executive Education: The Academy for Women and Leadership

To help transform the corporate landscape, the Academy for Women and Leadership uses research-based teaching and practical coaching support to help women reenergize their careers and prepare to impact organizations. Throughout this powerful multi-day course, you will engage in interactive exercises and discussions, and work alongside a selected executive coach to augment classroom learning and work toward achieving professional objectives.

Explore the Academy for Women and Leadership

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You have questions, and we have answers.

Natasha Ramcharran

Courtney Campbell

Assistant Director for Student Engagement
Johns Hopkins Carey Business School

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