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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.

Wharton MBA team wins Case Competition at Fuqua

UPenn Wharton MBA team wins Energy in Emerging Markets Case Competition at Fuqua The Wharton team outlasted a field of 34 teams to win the Energy in Emerging Markets Case Competition, focused on renewable energy development in rural Kenya. MKOPA—a residential solar company operating in East Africa—asked top MBA’s across the country: “How should MKOPA

Wharton India Economic Forum

Wharton India Economic Forum (WIEF) is an annual India-focused business conference organized by students of Wharton and UPenn. WIEF 2017 was held on Jan 6-7, 2017 in Taj Palace, Mumbai, India, and was attended by 450 people over two days. The conference was focused on promoting startups and conversations around the theme, “Innovate to Grow

Wharton Africa Business Forum

Run over 3 full days, the conference theme was  “My Africa Network—New Partners for New Solutions”, and explored diverse business opportunities that lie at the intersection of the public, private and social development spheres. Dean Udom (WG’17) and Dimia Fogam (WG’17) led a team of around 40 MBA and undergrad students to make the conference

Recruitinomics: Get Rich While Getting a Job

Recruiting season has kicked into gear for 1Ys. To the uninitiated, this might elicit feelings of anxiety, TBD. But, to the shrewd investor, recruiting should be synonymous with one thing – money. Wharton’s annual 850-person scramble for 30 jobs from 3 consulting firms radically shifts students’ purchasing habits over a 6-month period. While others are

Down-Ballot Issues for new PA voters

At this point you’re either firmly With Her or looking to Make America Great Again. This is not an article about the Presidential election, but rather the many other down-ballot contests voters will see in the booths next week. So while you may be ready to elect our nation’s first female or the Wharton school’s

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