Women Business Leaders (WBL) is MIT’s largest undergraduate diversity business club. Founded in 2005, WBL (previously the Network of Sloan Undergraduate Women, NSUW) aims to bring learning, collaboration, and professional development opportunities to undergraduate women through professional events, mentorship, and business education seminars. Our largest events include WBL Week, a weeklong series of interactive professional information sessions highlighting multiple industries, Business School Talks, Women in Business Seminars, and a variety of student industry panels and talks.
WBL is always open to new members and collaboration with corporations, non-profits, educational institutions, and other groups. For more information, please reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The MIT education prepares undergraduates to become top-notch analytical thinkers. MIT Women Business Leaders (WBL) strives to push talented women to use their reasoning skills, quantitative background, and creative thinking to approach business in an innovative way.
As the leading diversity business club at MIT, WBL is dedicated to helping great women pursue business interests at the undergraduate level. We provide new and challenging leadership opportunities for members, organize educational and mentorship programs, and promote connections between undergraduates and alumnae to foster personal and professional growth.
Programming is modeled around our organization’s goals to:
We hope you will join us in working toward these goals and welcome your questions and suggestions. Feel free to reach out to any of our executive board members about specific initiatives or to learn more about how to get involved in our organization.
Judy Wang & Katherine Wang