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Elizabeth Ngonzi Leads Discussion about “The African Female Executive”

Elizabeth Ngonzi Leads Discussion about “The African Female Executive”

As part of the Wharton Africa Student Association’s WASA Wednesdays series, Elizabeth Ngonzi, former CEO of Afrika Tikkun USA, led a discussion titled “The African Female Executive.” The event, a collaboration between WASA and WWIB, was organized to learn about the experience of a woman of color in business and discuss strategies for career advancement.

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What Surprised me in Antarctica

Every day in Antarctica, I was surprised by those small moments. When we exchanged feedback to team members in every AAR (After-Action-Review) , when we shared our personal stories and laughed to death, when we crowded in the tent playing poker games, when we heard the guide singing his original song “I shxt alone” in

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Looking Back at First Year

What has been your best and worst moments of your first year? Sara Leitner: Best: Working with all my amazing classmates, getting to know them and learning about what they are passionate about! I’m blown away by the excitement and commitment our class has to making things happen. Worst: Probably the stress of recruiting. It’s

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Welcome the New Editors

Name: Emmanuel Chimezie Title: Editor-In-Chief Best & worst moment at Wharton so far: Best: Seeing Clyde open for Yung Joc. Worst: Spending too much time on CS Vision for WJ: The Wharton Journal has a long history and I hope to contribute what I can to a great brand – by increasing readership among current

Building an Ally Culture at Wharton

Several weeks ago on a Wednesday at noon, I put on a black sweater and headed out to Koo Plaza to join a crowd of several hundred students who were gathered to protest the tragic reoccurrence of police killings of black citizens. Spontaneously organized the night before by the Wharton African-American MBA Association (AAMBAA) and

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