Zambia’s Linda Kasonde recently won the IE University’s Epic Award for Women Inspiring Women. EPIC, an initiative launched by the IE Global Alumni Relations, aims to share the stories of its outstanding alumni across all IE schools (masters and undergraduate programs) to inspire the IE Community. Kasonde is the first woman to lead the Law…Details
The Colors of Success
“This article was first published in Driving Innovation” http://drivinginnovation.ie.edu/women-mean-business/?utm_source=twitter&utm_medium=social-PostOrganic&utm_content=women-in-business Equality and empowering all students are core concepts underpinning IE University’s innovative BBA degree IE University wants to play a leading role in making sure that the 21st century belongs equally to women and men, particularly in the world of business and entrepreneurship. It’s not just a case…Details
I FEMME – A project to help building schools for poor children in Asia – by IE staff and Alumnae Viet Ha Tran and Tetyana Kretova
“I FEMME” is an art photography project initiated by two IE Business School alumnae and currently employees, Tetyana Kretova (Executive MBA 2014) and Viet Ha Tran (Master in Marketing Management 2009). Inspired by empowering women and tremendously enthusiastic about developing talents, as well as driven by their passion for changing the world and a…Details
IE Business School Executive MBA Sonia Sánchez Plaza is among 100 gifted graduates in Poets & Quants 2017 Best & Brightest Executive MBAs!
#IEWomen Sonia Sánchez is one of the 2017 Best & Brightest Executive MBAs in Poets & Quants. Know who this gifted MBA is and do:
Calle Maria de Molina: worth every cent! Determined, focused, organised and adventurous are some of the words that can be used to describe me. That, which perhaps explains how for over 18 years I have had a professional career in Finance – Banking, Asset Management, the lot – with a first degree in…Details
It’s a village of hard working, good hearted, and active contributors who I thank for my past, present, and future successes.
This post would’ve never happened without: parents who instilled skills of resourcefulness, perseverance, and work-ethics from the start; a third-grade teacher who first saw potential in me and who loaned my parents money to buy my first computer; a sixth-grade teacher who believed in me and helped me apply to Phillips Academy; college professors…Details