Oxford Executive MBA
Women’s Leadership Panel: Is risk-taking the key to success?
Join us for a women’s leadership panel and networking event with Oxford alumnae discussing and debating: Is risk-taking the key to success?
The panel discussion will be hosted by Kathy Harvey – Associate Dean, MBA and Executive Degrees at Saïd Business School. Joining us will be an alumnae panel with women from Oxford’s MBA, Executive MBA and the Women Transforming Leadership Programme.
- Bethanie Baynes Director, New Business Development, Google
- Christine Li-Auyeung Senior Vice President, StoneCastle Partners
- Rachael Wagner Managing Director, Atarios
- Joyce Meng Partner and Managing Director, Vernier Capital & Co-Founder and CEO, Givology
Registration opens at 6.30pm.
- 6.30pm Registration
- 7pm Panel Discussion and Q&A
- 8.15pm Reception
- 9.30pm Close
There will also be the opportunity to network with representatives from various Oxford programmes.
The Oxford MBA is a full-time one-year programme comprising an intensive series of stimulating lectures, energetic seminars and small group work, which can take students anywhere in the world. In little more than a decade, the Oxford MBA has become one of the best one-year programmes in the world. We offer a flexible, but rigorous course delivered by international scholars.
The Oxford 1+1 MBA programme allows students to pair Oxford University’s one year full-time MBA programme with one of a selection of one year MSc programmes offered by other University departments. Attendees will also learn more about the School’s Oxford Pershing Square Graduate Scholarship and Skoll Scholarship.
The Oxford Executive MBA is designed to help senior professionals realise their potential whilst delivering international general management competence to their organisations. The EMBA is delivered in a flexible format of 16 one-week modules. More than 80% of Oxford EMBA participants do not live in the UK.
The Open Programmes portfolio includes short programmes in Leadership, Finance through to Strategy Risk and Reputation. The programmes provide senior executives the opportunity to meet peers from around the world to share challenges and experiences. We bring cutting-edge academic theory mixed with extensive practitioner experience. Leading Oxford academics from other disciplines along with business experts illuminate the broader global context, foster dialogue and debate about the real issues of business.
The MSc in Major Programme Management is a part-time masters programme for experienced programme and project managers working with initiatives the scale of which may transform a company, a city, or even a country. Candidates will be from any industry and working in any country, giving a diverse and interesting forum for networking and debate. We offer two scholarships for excellent female candidates for the 2017 intake.
For further information please contact Gemma Kay.
We look forward to meeting you in New York.
Oxford Saïd Recruitment Team
Saïd Business School
University of Oxford