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Professor Sucheta Nadkarni, Director of the Wo+Men’s Leadership Centre discusses the practice of recruiting women to high-level positions through quotas has a negative impact on gender equality.


Professor Sucheta Nadkarni discusses her executive education programme, Cambridge Rising Women Leaders


Members of the Wo+Men’s Leadership Centre (formerly Women’s Leadership Initiative) at Cambridge Judge Business School discuss the aims of the scheme – to act as an inclusive hub for activities, networking and research on women in business globally.

Improving gender balance and awareness

Julie Brown talks about the plan to improve gender equality across the School – particularly at faculty level – and how our application for the Athena SWAN Award will help to encourage this.

Importance of celebrating women worldwide

Professor Dame Sandra Dawson talks about the journey we need to make to get true equality for women including: closing the the gender pay gap; equal educational opportunities for women across the world and ending domestic violence towards women.

Gender diversity on the Cambridge MBA

Jane Davies, Director of the Cambridge MBA explains that the programme crafts a diverse class to enhance the learning experience and how gender diversity is key to this.

Commitment to supporting gender diversity in business

Tracey Horn, Associate Director of the Wo+Men’s Leadership Centre describes how Cambridge Judge is fully committed to supporting gender diversity in business.

Diversity, collaboration and growth

Siobhan Sweeney, Founding member of the Women’s Leadership student interest group talks about the true collaborative nature of Cambridge Judge Business School and the 2016 conference.

A network of women

Brooke Chadeayne (EMBA 2016) found her network of female classmates a source of inspiration and support.

Hiker reading an e-book on a mountain during the golden hour.

The News and Insight section of Cambridge Judge Business School’s website seeks a broad range of topics of interest to diverse audiences. In 2022, attention was focused on articles ranging from paedophile stings to Bitcoin, and from how edible insects promote sustainability to a Ukrainian finding tranquility in Cambridge.

Maryna Marchenko waving the Ukrainian flag.

Maryna Marchenko, who heads a charity to help mothers in Ukraine, says she enriched her life and her work through the Rising Women Leaders Programme at Cambridge Judge Business School.

Sucheta Nadkarni.

One year on from the passing of Professor Sucheta Nadkarni, Cambridge Judge Business School ensures Sucheta's memory lives on with the continued work at the Wo+Men's Leadership Centre.