Published: September 18, 2013
The MIT Sloan Fellows Program has launched a set of new web pages featuring the community of past and present MIT Sloan Fellows women. The Women at MIT Sloan Fellows pages highlight program benefits, connect women to other fellows in the network, and share perspectives from recent program graduates—women from around the world who are leading pioneering organizations and contributing to vital change.
“The online environment is an opportunity to learn about the discoveries MIT Sloan Fellows women made about themselves and others during their year at MIT Sloan,” said Marsha Warren, associate director of admissions for the program. “We wanted prospective students to be able to explore the issues that mattered to women alumni when they considered applying and to hear how the investment in their own potential has enriched their professional and personal lives.”
Currently, the site profiles four MIT Sloan Fellows graduates: Elizabeth Roaldsen, SF ’10, a senior vice president at State Street Corporation; Amy Gowder Graban, SF ’10, a director at Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Company; Priya Iyer, SF ’05, CEO of IP software management company Anaqua; and Tana Utley, SF ’07, a vice president at Caterpillar.
The MIT Sloan Fellows Program is a 12-month, full-time executive MBA program designed to prepare an elite group of global mid-career managers to magnify their impact as leaders.