Women in Business

Boston College Women in Business is an organization, network, and community of undergraduate female students dedicated to their empowerment and education. WIB is committed to the growth and expansion of professional and personal opportunities for its members, with a focus on business, leadership, and female celebration and innovation.

Additionally, the group is devoted to helping students answer Father Himes' three crucial questions in the development of their vocation:  

1) What brings me joy?

2) What am I good at?

3) Who does the world need me to be?


Events that provide opportunities for our members to engage with each other outside of traditional professional settings. These events are the backbone of an inclusive and enriching atmosphere where women feel empowered to be their best selves.


Create Your Vision, Create Your World:
Mindfulness Workshop

April 30 | 7-8:30pm | Gasson 203

Take charge of your finals stress with our mindfulness and self-empowerment workshop. Self-empowerment in creating the life you want for yourself, believing you can, letting go of what doesn’t help you get there, and appreciating the value of life’s many lessons. During this unique experience, we will learn from one another through active discussion combined with self-reflective work that will help you to gain a better understanding of who you are and the vision you want to create with your life. 




Fridays from 11AM - 11:50AM
Stokes N201

In this weekly discussion series led by WIB's Marketing Director Nicole Robertson and WIB’s Director of Mentorship Program Natalie Spindler, members will come together to read and informally discuss excerpts from a variety of articles and contemporary female literature, as well as view clips from popular TED Talks. Readings will include chapters from the works of authors such as Carla Harris, Mary Beard, Kelly McGonigal, Sheryl Sandberg, Shonda Rhimes, Megyn Kelly, and Ashley Graham. Topics discussed will not only include female leadership, work-life balance, women in the world of work, and gender equality, but also mental health, challenges in today’s world, and how to live our best lives. This hour-long, weekly discussion series is open to both underclassmen and upperclassmen. It will serve as a time for reflection and collaboration.
Sign up here.