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Find MBA: MBA Programs Edge Closer to Gender Parity

Annwen Gray, Head of MBA admissions and recruitment at Cambridge Judge Business School speaks about investing in an MBA. “Ultimately, an MBA is an investment in a person’s future, a commitment to seeking new opportunities; often, taking time out of…

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Poets & Quants: For women at the leading B-schools, 2022 was another year of progress

Cambridge Judge Business School is mentioned in this article about the presence of women in MBA programmes at leading business schools. Read the full article [poetsandquants.com]…

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“Life is short, so take the best and leave the rest.”

Tara Heuzé-Sarmini (MPhil in Finance 2014) talks about her motivation to study finance at graduate level and her non-linear career path encompassing an NGO to fight period poverty and a co-living project for single-parent families. Tara Heuzé-Sarmini has always pursued…

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Tara Heuzé-Sarmini.

“I would like to see the perverse system of inequality redressed”

For Black History Month, we caught up with Queen Chinyere Quinn, an alumna of MPhil in Innovation, Strategy & Organisation (2010) and a PhD (2011-2015). Queen Chinyere Quinn During her time at Cambridge Judge, Queen co-founded the Cambridge Africa Business…

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A dry lake bed with cracked earth.

Cambridge Independent: Female founders forum empowers Cambridge entrepreneurs

Xann Schwinn, CEO of The Choral Hub and an Associate of the Accelerate Programme at Cambridge Judge Business School, has launched a new forum for female founders which has been enthusiastically embraced by Cambridge’s top female entrepreneurs, the article says.…

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Business Chief: US Chief’s powerful network of female leaders expands to UK

Chief, the world’s only private membership network focused on connecting and supporting women executive leaders, is heading to the UK. Chief hosts regular members-only expert panels, presentations, and networking events at its clubhouses and virtually, from inspiring talks by female…

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The Limited Times: The age of fear is here – Why social cohesion can blow up

Mauro Guillén, Dean of Cambridge Judge Business School, comments on the main uncertainties surrounding society today. "The educational system, which should offer opportunities following a principle of equity, has become the greatest source of inequality," he emphasizes. Read the full…

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EDI is about making our workplace a better place

Lionel Paolella, Associate Professor in Strategy & Organisation at Cambridge Judge Business School, shares his thoughts as the new Chairperson of the Equality, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) Committee at Cambridge Judge. Lionel Paolella, Associate Professor in Strategy & Organisation at…

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Lionel Paolella.

La Repubblica: “Every woman is different but we are all discriminated against” (transl.)

“Women’s safety is a serious matter,” writes activist Lilia Giugni, Research Associate of the Centre for Social Innovation at Cambridge Judge Business School, in a front-page article on gender discrimination. Activist and scholar of gender issues, the author is part…

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How to overcome barriers to more successful EDI

A discussion panel at Cambridge Judge Business School explores how to overcome barriers to more successful EDI (equality, diversity, inclusion) strategies. Have we heard too many excuses for why EDI (equality, diversity, inclusion) strategies aren’t leading to the difference we…

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How to overcome barriers to more successful EDI.

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