Business and education are hot topics at Harvard Business School.
This week the school hosted a panel discussion about the diversity issue in business and the role women play in the industry.
Harvard Business Class of 2020 is made up of women in business from various backgrounds and experiences.
We spoke to three of them to find out what it’s like to be a woman in the business world.
I’ll start with the most recent female graduate, who is a business professor and dean of the school.
Jennifer Piazzi, a business and finance major, has been at Harvard for two years and says she feels like she has the most privilege.
“I’ve been working for years in a field where I’m supposed to be the one doing the work.
That’s a very different experience,” she said.
Piazzi says she’s been taught to prioritize her work over other people.
She says she thinks it’s important for women to think of themselves as part of the team and make sure everyone is working on the same level.
It also helps that she has a supportive and supportive family.
“I feel like I have a lot of friends at the university who are women and that has helped me feel more comfortable,” Piazza said.
“There’s so much more support out there for women.
It’s really nice that you can find people in this community that will say ‘Hey, we have a problem.
We have a story to tell.'”
Another recent graduate, Kate Eichner, is a faculty member in the School of Management.
Eichner says she doesn’t know how she got started, but she did a lot for her class and has since found herself a career as a corporate strategist.
“Being a woman at the beginning, being a woman, it was really difficult for me to find my place.
Being in a business class, it’s definitely a different environment,” Eichnter said.
“The professors, the other faculty are very supportive, and that’s really important.”
A third female student is a graduate of a business school that has a lot more male faculty members.
Ashley Witherspoon, a senior in business who also holds a master’s degree in accounting, said she got involved in business after graduating with an MBA.
Witherspong says she has been in a long-term relationship and doesn’t see any difference between her career path and that of her male colleagues.
“[Business] isn’t about what I do, it is about what they do, and they are so much better at that than me,” she explained.
Her first business venture was a book.
‘It’s the perfect storm’ for diversity at HarvardBusiness SchoolHarvard has a long history of diversity in the workplace.
In 2005, the school opened a chapter on diversity and inclusion and launched the first Women in Business Program in 2007.
But the program has expanded since then and is now a core part of its mission.
Last year, the School announced it would have the first-ever women-led student-run class on business.
The program is designed to address issues faced by women in the workforce and will focus on their experiences and how to support and empower them.
Harvard’s new policy is an important step forward for women in leadership roles.
And, as Harvard Business Class 2020 prepares to begin its first year, a growing number of women are coming forward to talk about their experiences.
A recent study of 1,000 women and men from the business school found that only 7 percent of them had a female professor.
But there’s hope for more.
This week, the Business School hosted its first-of-its-kind women-only panel discussion on the issue.
Participants included a professor from the Graduate School of Business, a professor who teaches at Harvard Law School, and several women who have been in leadership positions at the company or in other business organizations.
These women all shared stories of their successes and struggles, and it’s inspiring to hear what they had to say.
While this is not the first time the Business Class has held a panel on the topic, it will be the first in which women are participating.
After the panel, there will be a public discussion that will highlight the issues women face in the field and the important roles that women play.