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…



“India’s Literature: 3,000 years of Tradition is part of the current cycle of Conferences “India: Present and future”, organized throughout the academic year 2016/17 by the IE Humanities Center.   Speakers : Namita Gokhale, Author, Editor and Director of the Jaipur Literary Festival Prof. Malashri Lal, Professor of Literature and Women’s Studies, University of Delhi…


Girl power: why politics needs more female talent

The world will become a better place for both genders when women get a fair share of influence.

Written by Alyssa McMurtry

The article sites a study conducted by Margarita Mayo, professor of leadership at IE Business School, that suggests that despite their success, women are generally more affected by criticism.



“The Different Reasons Men and Women Leave Their Successful Startups”

E Business School professor Rachida Justo challenges both the prevalence of failure overall and women’s higher failure rates in her Harvard Business Review article “The Different Reasons Men and Women Leave Their Successful Startups”:

Is It OK for a Bunch of Men to Lead a “Women in the Workforce” ?

Gender equality is not a “women’s issue” — it’s a huge political, economic, and social opportunity. It is a massive business issue that more than 75% of corporate CEOs currently put on their agenda of top 10 issues.

The post discusses various aspects of this opportunity.