Stanford Women in Business Timeline
Fall: Businesswomen’s panel encourages 4 women to start an organization dedicated to addressing issues that women face in business. Stanford Women in Business is formed.
Winter & Spring : Stanford Women in Business becomes a Registered Student Voluntary Organization on the Stanford Campus. Holds a career panel and resume critique with invited women from the Stanford Graduate School of Business.
Fall: Stanford Women in Business launches campus-wide marketing campaign to gain visibility following the summer 2006 "re-visioning" of the group. After a strong kick-off, SWIB holds its first event of the year featuring the SVP of Intel, a corporate VP of Microsoft, and a co-founder of TiVo. Stanford Women in Business also opens relationships with recruiters from respected institutions such as Lehman Brothers, McKinsey, and Goldman Sachs to hold several exclusive career exploration events. SWIB initiates a mentorship program in partnership with the Stanford GSB Women in Management Group.
Winter: Stanford Women in Business initiates an effort to host the first student-run introductory business conference. SWIB enlists the support of 10 other pre-professional organizations to create the first ever cross-group collaboration event. SWIB holds more events focusing on career opportunities at a marketing firm and in fashion at the Gap.
Spring: Stanford Women in Business successfully hosts the "I don't know" to CEO Stanford Business Conference. The conference registered over 550 students, invited 25 speakers, and attracted 9 corporate sponsors. SWIB also works with the DFJ Entrepreneurial Thought Leaders Seminar Series to co-sponsor the lecture by former HP CEO Carly Fiorina. SWIB selects next years leadership with grand plans to continue growing and offering more programs to women.
Fall: Stanford Women in Business welcomes fourteen talented Associates to the new SWIB Associate Program and eleven Leadership Interns to the new SWIB Intern Program. SWIB also holds an event focusing on making the transition from Stanford to the workplace featuring SWIB Co-Founder Dana Nguyen. In addition, SWIB also increased corporate sponsorship from respected recruiters such as JP Morgan, Morgan Stanley, and McKinsey.
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