About

The Boston Professional Chapter of the National Association of Women MBAs is a volunteer run non-profit organization established in the late summer of 2009.  The purpose of this organization is to empower women MBAs and help propel them into leadership positions in corporate America and enhance the diversity of the nation’s workforce.

To achieve this mission, the NAWMBA  Boston Chapter focuses on four key areas:

Education 
NAWMBA works to educate students on the career opportunities available and the skills that are necessary to succeed by supporting local chapter programs as well as publications and events at the national level, including an annual national conference hosted by several different graduate school programs each year. The organization also encourages women to attend and successfully complete graduate business school programs by supporting the formation of local school-hosted chapters.

Professional Development 
NAWMBA encourages the continued education and professional development of women in business by supporting the development of professional chapters, an annual national conference, and the publication of Woman MBA magazine.

Networking 
NAWMBA provides networking opportunities for students and professionals in business with organizations that are committed to the development of women’s roles in business.

Collaboration 
NAWMBA facilitates increased communication and collaboration among graduate business school programs regarding their initiatives to educate and encourage women in business.
The organization’s continued viability is made possible through the generous contributions from corporations that actively engage in the supporting and hiring of women MBAs. Our sincere thanks goes to all of our sponsors for recognizing the potential of each of our members and for supporting the overall objective of the National Association of Women MBAs.

 

If you are looking to learn more about how to become a member, please go to this link.

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