About Us

Women in Business is an undergraduate organization at Northeastern University dedicated to educating, empowering, and mentoring women in the business field.

Our Mission

An Inclusive Community
Focused on Empowerment

Women in Business fosters a safe, diverse community for young women to explore and grow in their professional development in order to succeed in the business world. WIB events rest upon four pillars: professional development, community, mentorship, and inspiration. Our mission includes providing students with opportunities to learn from peers, alumni, and industry experts. 

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Sponsorship Packet

WIB relies heavily on our generous sponsors to finance our programming. If our mission resonates with your organization, please access our informational packet below about sponsorship opportunities.

Fall 2020 Highlights

We could not be more proud of the incredible growth our organization has seen over the past year. Check out our Fall 2020 Highlights  to see what WIB accomplished during the Fall 2020 semester.

Empowerment. Education. Excellence.

Hear some testimonials from some of our members about what the Women in Business community means to them. 

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Like many of my peers, I struggled with impostor syndrome in the first two years of my college experience, but I found that having the supportive WIB community really helped me gain confidence in myself. I know that I would not be the person I am today without these experiences. "

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I joined WIB to be a part of a community of like-minded womxn that cherish the same values as I do. I found WIB to be a great place for me to expand my network and build connections that allow me to give and take from the experiences of these amazing people!"

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Women in Business has been a crucial part of finding an inclusive, tight-knit community at Northeastern. Women are certainly sill minorities in business and WIB does a great job of tackling such issues through creating a community, providing support, and curating amazing workshops."