Welcome to FWiB!

Fordham Women in Business is one of the most active student clubs at the Graduate School of Business. Our goal is to engage with the communities at Fordham and in the city at large to provide students with a strong professional network upon graduation.

FWiB hosts events throughout the school year, including networking nights, volunteer activities, case competitions, a mentorship program, and an annual conference.

20th Annual FWiB Conference

Moves That Matter

March 8th, 2019


Join us for an evening of networking and discussion with esteemed panelists, alumni, faculty, industry professionals and students.



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12 PM Registration Begins

12:30 Opening statements by FWiB

12:45 Opening Remarks by Dean Rapaccioli

1:00 Key Note Speaker - Kim Patel, Vice News

1:15 Intro to Panel I 

        Moderator - Elizabeth Ostler, Fordham University

        Panelists - Sara Demenkoff, ShowTime; Chantal Line Carpentier, UNCTAD; Lois Jeffers, Ernst and Young; Meredith Haberfeld, Think Human

1:30 Panel I: Finding a Mission and Following Through -  We will speak to women tackling a mission and find out what inspires them and what legacy they hope to leave behind.

2:30 Explanation of Workshops/Dismissal from main room

3:00 Breakout Workshops (Choose one):

- Master Your Mindset, Be a Super Achiever  Colette Ellis

- Find Confidence in Choices You Make  Kelly Glynn

4:00 Intro to Panel II

        Panelists - Jennefer Witter, The Boreland Group Inc.; Zoe Zeigler, JP Morgan & Chase; Heather Smith, Ancoris Capital Partners

4:15 Panel II: Opportunities Recognized, Realized & Missed - We will discuss the past and present career choices of our panelists: the decisions, considerations, and risks that led them to where they are today.

5:00 Closing Remarks

5:15 Finale Event

5:30 FWiB & BHMBAA Joint Networking Night










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