Mills alumnae are invited to apply for Northeastern’s Women Who Empower (WWE) Innovation Award. WWE is in its third year of recognizing and funding women in the Northeastern community with entrepreneurial spirits. Previous awardees include Emily Man and Valeria Martinuzzi, who cofounded Venova Technologies to develop a new contraceptive device; Binja Basimike, who launched Kivu Venture Capital in the Democratic Republic
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Evidence tells us that women’s perspectives change the sorts of policy produced and even the nature of politics for the better, yet women remain a minority in elected office. These alumnae of the Public Policy Program plan to change that.
Cultivating a strong sense of ethics and embracing diversity can help women in business change the definition of good leadership, says Deborah Merrill-Sands, the new dean of the Lorry I. Lokey Graduate School of Business.