Women in isolation cannot redefine business education

 

We all need a seat at the table

We connect and develop

global business education leaders 

Women in BizEd (WiBE, pronounced WEE-bee) is a leadership organization that brings together hundreds of business school leaders, including deans, rectors, associate deans, assistant deans, and directors from 18 countries.

WiBE Membership provides a collaborative and networking platform for those seeking to engage with international peers and advance their leadership journey.

WiBE membership welcomes all business school administrators and faculty, regardless of age, color, disability, ethnicity, sex, gender identity, gender expression, genetic information, marital status, national origin, race, religion, sexual orientation, or veteran status.   

We believe that everyone must have a seat at the table to shape the future of business education.

 

We want you to Shine

 

From junior faculty to senior administration, we are committed to helping you thrive and gaining global recognition for your exceptional work.

WiBE Membership is crafted to engage everyone across all spectrums. Whether you belong to AACSB, AMBA, EFMD, AAPBS, CEEMAN, AOM, or PRME, we welcome members from all business education organizations to expand their global connections.

WiBE exemplifies how a market-driven and inclusive approach can transform the future by supporting emerging leaders in business education.

Women in BizEd is proudly a woman-owned limited liability company headquartered in Fairfax, Virginia, USA.

It is time to expand your horizons. 

Come join our powerful network

for business education leaders

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WiBE is an incredibly supportive, non-judgmental, and an open environment where I feel comfortable authentically sharing whatever is on my mind – work-related or personal. It truly feels like I have a group of like-minded leaders who are making a difference in higher education and I always walk away feeling like I’ve learned something new

.–Aarti Ivanic, Dean, University of Hartford, Barney School of Business

About the Founder

20 years, 22 countries, almost 100 business schools

Where were the women?

In the last two decades I’ve worked with hundreds of different business schools in twenty two countries. From writing strategic plans, developing new programs to establishing partnerships, I was exposed to almost every aspect of a business school. 

 Yet everywhere I traveled I discovered the same thing.  We would struggle for gender balance at every steering committee meeting, conference agenda, or dean’s council. 
When I did have the rare opportunity to work with women at the top levels of leadership I very much enjoyed connecting with these trail blazing, brilliant, clever, rock star, courageous leaders!  For years I have wanted to bring these change makers together to build a powerful and cohesive network.

I invite you to join WiBE membership as we build the pipeline of future leaders in business education.—Lisa Leander, Founder & CEO, Women in Business Education