In an era of influencers, three Mills alums who’ve turned their quirks and interests into solid careers talk about the longevity of making things personal.
For better or worse, Oakland has a reputation, but what’s the real story? These Mills graduates add nuance to the conversation about The Town.
After renewed interest in creating equitable spaces post-2020, the DEI industry is at a crossroads both for trainers and trainees.
“This is where a lot of things were seeded for me,” said Tina Lee ’01, MBA ’02 (at left, in 2018), on Thursday, April 14, as part of the latest installment of the Women Who Empower Leadership Series—and the first one held on the Mills campus, in the Lokey School of Business and Public Policy.
The Lokey School prepares its public policy grad students with real-life case studies. How will that affect the 2020 election?
The alumnae who own these Bay Area businesses could use a boost during recovery from the pandemic.
Students in the Master of Public Policy Program show how internships provide a valuable complement to classroom learning and a beneficial bridge to professional work.
The “starving artist” is a thing of the past when a unique business course gives writers, musicians, and others the necessary skills to pursue their creative goals.
Students from all points of the globe find knowledge and confidence at Mills to improve communities near and far.
A decade ago, the Mills MBA Program—and its first entering cohort of 12 students—forged new pathways in business education for women. We caught up with several of those first graduates to see where their paths have led.