“A critical mass of new research shows that the quality of business decisions can increase when more voices are heard. It’s our goal to empower those voices and ensure they have the ability to shine through.”
- Dean Robert Helsley, Grosvenor Professor of Cities, Business Economics and Public Policy
The Huffington Post featured Professor Jennifer Berdahl's and PhD student Natalya Alonso's presentation at a recent Academy of Management annual meeting in Anaheim, California. They found 48 percent of female chief executives at S&P 500 companies and 35 percent of female senators are blonde.
Athlete Jamie Broder is competing in the 2016 Rio Olympic Games but thanks to her BCom she’s also taking care of her long-term future with a budding career in finance.
Debra Hewson, president and chief executive of Odlum Brown and member of UBC Sauder's Faculty Advisory Board, has been recognized as one of BC's most outstanding business people with a Business in Vancouver 2016 BC CEO Award.
Not satisfied to sit on the sidelines, Kerry Costello focused her entrepreneurial skills on revolutionizing concussion testing for athletes and is set to roll out a new app and wearable tech system that’s poised to be a game-changer.
To achieve gender parity in organizations and make the corporate climate more amenable to women, more firms need to be led by female CEOs, says Professor Jennifer Berdahl in an article by Corporate Knights.
Professor Kai LiNew Sauder research: Women directors get better deals in mergers and acquisitions
Cathy Han, UBC BCom and CEOSauder grads revolutionize retail
Professor Joey HoeggWhen perks don’t work
Janice Cheam, UBC BCom and CEOBeating the Kickstarter odds to make homes smarter
Professor Katherine WhiteWhy fashionistas dislike copycats