The 2021 Tuck Women in Business Conference theme, "Be the Changemaker," challenges us all to be activists, truth-tellers, and gamechangers. We will explore who we authentically are, who we want to become, and how these answers will empower us as we pave the way for the next generation of women leaders.
Learn what makes Tuck stand out among top MBA programs and take part in opportunities for business school preparation and career networking. Meet other accomplished women and immerse yourself in our distinctive community.
Aisha Barry T'10
President, Advanced Sterilization Products (ASP)
Kate Jhaveri T'03
Executive Vice President, Chief Marketing Officer, National Basketball Association (NBA)
WIBC participants are welcome to check-in between 12PM and 1:30PM. Come get your swag, meet conference co-chairs and other attendees. We are excited you are here!
2021's WIBC officially begins with welcome remarks from the WIBC co-chairs (T'22) and Dean Matt Slaughter.
A huge part of the Tuck experience is the incredible professors. Sr. Dean for Teaching and Learning, Professor Joe Hall hosts an incredible panel of both core and elective professors to tell you more about the academic experience at Tuck.
Exploring the Tuck Curriculum: Mock Class
Participants will have a chance to become a Tuck student in the classroom during this session led by esteemed faculty members.
One of the special things about living and studying in this tight-knit community is the many opportunities you have to connect with each other and share stories. TuckTalks is a Tuck tradition hosted as a forum for sharing the many fascinating stories we carry with us at Tuck. Listen as current students share their stories.
Dinner & Keynote Speaker: Kate Jhaveri
WIBC is honored to welcome Kate Jhaveri T’03 with opening remarks from Dean Slaughter. Kate is currently the Chief Marketing Officer for the NBA.
WIBC participants can learn more about how Tuck has prepared alumni to thrive in their careers through an interactive panel which will be driven by participants’ questions and hosted by Professor Dan Feiler.
Student Life Panel
What is life like at Tuck? T22 class president, Hannah Sacchini, hosts this panel with student leadership on community and life in the Upper Valley.
Lunch & Keynote Speaker: Aisha Barry
WIBC is honored to welcome our second keynote for the weekend, Aisha Berry T’10. Aisha is President of Advanced Sterilization Products (ASP).
Career Industry Panels
Participants have the opportunity to learn more about their desired industry tracks through panel sessions featuring current Tuckies.
How comfortable are you asking for a raise? A promotion? In this workshop, learn tips and tricks to feel more confident negotiating in all facets of your life.
Experience the Upper Valley in a new way. The optional social events will provide attendees a myriad of ways to see and engage with the local community while bonding with fellow attendees.
Small Group Dinners
WIBC participants will be able to connect with one another through one of Tuck's most beloved traditions: small group dinners. Dinners will be led by current Tuck students.
WIBC participants will be given the opportunity to choose between and experience social activities with current Tuck students. This is an opportunity to experience the community in the Upper Valley with current students.
Admissions Q&A (Optional)
What do you need to know to apply to Tuck's MBA program? The Tuck Admissions team will be providing information and answering questions about the application process and what to expect. This optional event requires advance sign up.