The third annual Yale MBA Women's Summit 2003, "Leadership in Business and Society Today: A Personal View" took place on October 23rd in the Grand Ballroom at the Yale Club of New York City. Presented by the Women In Management and the Admissions Office, this event is an integral part of the School's ongoing diversity efforts to attract the most talented women in the world to the Yale MBA program.
On Thursday, November 6th, Doug Rae and a distinguished panel of six experts on New Haven and other post-industrial US cities, spoke on Doug's new book, City: Urbanism and It's End (Yale University Press). There was a standing-room only audience of 200+ Yale and SOM alumni, faculty and staff, local politicians and business people.
Below you will find a link to our convenient online registration form. We anticipate that a large majority of the 238 members of the class will choose to participate in on-campus recruiting, which starts in mid-January.
Keith Ferrazzi now leads YaYa Media as CEO. Before joining YaYa Media, Keith was CMO for Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide where he was the youngest CMO in a Fortune 500 company. While at Starwood, Keith lead marketing of Starwood's brands including Sheraton, Westin, The Luxury Collection, St. Regis, and W Hotel brands.
He explained how he and Ian Ayres have transformed Robert F. Kennedy's challenge to us -- "to dream of things that never were and say 'Why not?'" -- into a framework for developing ideas that can change how we work, live, and govern.
On September 30th, Trisha Meili '86 returned to SOM as the first SIG speaker sponsored by the SOM Alumni Association. Women in Management and Double Bottom Line invited Trisha to share her experiences – her recovery from the attack in Central Park a decade ago, and as an active member of a number of nonprofit organizations.