Our organization has witnessed many changes since our founding in 2009. While MBA Women Boston has always been financially and operationally independent, we’ve still maintained our charter with the National Association of Women MBAs (NAWMBA). Over the past several months, our leadership team has evaluated our structure, our priorities, and our resources. As those of you who attended our 2019 ANNOVA conference or seen on social media, we’ve rebranded our name and logo to reflect a new look.
We pride ourselves on being the premier networking and professional development organization for women with advanced business degrees.
The relationships that we have established with supporting organizations and companies have rooted us within the community and have deepened our understanding of the impact that we can create through our outreach efforts. Our mission has never been more clear, and the vision of a more diverse workforce has never felt more attainable.
We are also pleased to announce new MBA Women Boston leadership! Anna and Sarah will serve as co-presidents for the 2019-2020 term.
Anna Nowaczyk obtained her MBA at Boston College and works in operations and marketing. Sarah Lapp obtained her MBA from Georgia State University and works in quality engineering in the medical device field.
We thank Jenny Robertson and Daniela Rouskova for their dedication for the past years!