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Meet the women behind the entrepreneurial student group

Our Fall 2019 Executive Board

Who are we?

Women in Business (WiB) was founded to empower undergraduate women to become leaders and game-changers in business fields. We hope to create a network in the Hopkins community that will help young women develop professionally and achieve their career goals in all areas of business. 

What do we do?

We hold weekly general body meetings that are focused on professional development, such as networking 101, resume building, upperclassmen internship panel, and much more. Members also have the chance to attend social events, such as a spa night and movie night to foster a sense of community.  

In addition, we co-host many events with other professional development organizations, such as Smart Women Securities, each semester to give members and the larger Johns Hopkins community the chance to learn more about business and network with students and alumni who share the same career interests. We also organize an annual trip to the Intercollegiate Business Conference hosted by the Undergraduate Harvard Women in Business.  

The 2019 Intercollegiate Business Conference hosted by Harvard Women in Business. 

Hear from our Members

“WiB has provided me with the opportunities to empower my professional career (especially with my interest in healthcare consulting), but also create a community of strong, passionate women at Hopkins who lean on one another.”
–Alisha Chen ’21, Public Health and Economics 

“WiB is easily one of my favorite and most impactful experiences from Hopkins. As a freshman, it helped me learn about new careers and find an internship. As an upperclassman, it allowed me to give back to the Hopkins community and find lifelong friends.”
–Alyssa Karbel ’20, Economics

“WiB is the first club I joined at Hopkins, and it is definitely one of the best decisions I made. I have learned so much about the business industry and the women I’ve met are such incredible people!”
–Anya Aggarwal ’23, Biomedical Engineering 

Mentor & Mentee program that offers a supportive network for underclassmen to turn their career ambitions into a reality. 

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