Women in Business: Breaking the Glass Ceiling

November 14, 2015


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About this conference

Women make up almost 52% of all professional jobs in the United States, yet only 14.6 percent of executive officers, 8.1% of top earners, and 4.6 percent of Forgune 500 CEOs are women. Although women have made significant progress in the business world, we are nowhere near having a true balance between men and women.

Business Today's Women in Business Conference aims to provide female students from all backgrounds with the cost-free opportunity to attend a mentorship-focused conference that helps to develop an understanding of what challengegs women face in the business world and how to overcome them.

About Business Today

Founded in 1968 by three Princeton undergraduates as 501(c)3 student-run non-profit, Business Today creates a meaningful dialogue between student and business leaders from across the globe while prioritizing equal access and opportunity. After 46 years, over 100 magazines, and more than 50 conferences, Business Today continues to be at the forefront of student-executive engagement.

For more information, visit: http://www.businesstoday.org/