Thursday, May 10, 2007

Queen’s School of Business joins Forté Foundation

Queen’s School of Business is pleased to announce it is the first Canadian business school to join Forté Foundation, a consortium of major corporations, top business schools and influential non-profit organizations dedicated to directing women towards business education and business leadership roles, and to enabling corporations to more effectively attract and retain female talent.

Forté’s membership is comprised of 26 leading multinational corporations, such as Eli Lilly, Goldman, Sachs & Co., IBM and Kraft Foods, 27 top international business schools, including Harvard, INSEAD and London Business School, and the Graduate Management Admissions Council (GMAC)

Queen’s School of Business has just named its first Forté Fellows: Sarah Milton and Yan Chen for the Class of 2007 and Rupa Gudiseva and Sanyu Kiruluta have been selected for the incoming Class of 2008. More here

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At 8:09 PM, Blogger Zenith said...

any idea on what is the criteria for selecting these candidates? interesting to see they have already chosen for the 2008 batch.

 
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