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Navigating Career Transitions and Self-Care

Join Mary "Mish" Michaud (MBA ’84), Seetha Speeney (MPA ’03), Julia Macleod, and Wern How Yam for a special event dedicated to helping Stern alumnae navigate career transitions and wellbeing. Moderated by Sabrina McCoy Griffin (BS '80).

Business Topics: Ethics and Sustainability


Renewal: An Evening Devoted to the Wellbeing of Women

Join Batia Wiesenfeld, Andre J.L. Koo Professor of Management and Director of the Business and Society Program, along with Stern alumnae Raffi Laitamaki (BS ’21), Lanchi Venator (MBA ’00), Cathy Choi (MBA ’96), and Columbia MBA grad Jessica Weiss for a discussion about women and wellbeing in the workplace.


Transforming “The Great Resignation” into “The Great Reimagination”

Professor Anat Lechner, in conversation with Indhira Arrington (MBA ’02), Julia Lamm (MBA ’11), Kim Maes (MBA ’21), and Nishant Roy (MBA ’13), discusses how today’s companies are rethinking their organizational structures, policies, and cultures in order to address inequalities, retain talent, and align with what matters most to employees. Hosted by the Stern Women in Business (SWIB) Alumnae Committee as a part of Reunion 2022 programming.


10 Things YOU Can Do to Promote Inclusion, Diversity, Belonging, and Equity at Work

Gary Fraser (MBA '92), in conversation with Dana Onyewu (MBA ’07), Ken Goldman (MBA ’02), and Lydia Morrish (MBA ’17), discusses the roles that can be played by those without the responsibilities for diversity, equity, and inclusion in their work environment. Hosted by Stern Alumni Relations as a part of Reunion 2022 programming.


SWIB Alumnae Masterclass: A Conversation on Workplace Wellbeing

Jolawn Victor (MBA ’09), Chief International Officer at Headspace Health, joined fellow Stern alumna Kimberley Nixon (MBA ’09), Managing Partner, Open Venture Capital for a conversation about workplace wellbeing.


How to Own Your Reproductive Health While Pursuing Your Dream Career

Leaders from companies at the forefront of the reproductive health space come together for a candid conversation about how to embark on a reproductive health journey that fits your unique career path.


Opportunities in Impact Investing at NYU and Beyond

Learn about the latest trends in Impact Investing and its integration into experiential and cross-disciplinary learning at NYU.


How to Drive Change: A Panel Discussion with Chief Diversity Officers

Gary Fraser (MBA '92), Stern's Associate Dean for Diversity and Inclusion in conversation with Indhira Arrington (MBA '02), Azurée Montoute-Lewis (MBA '06), and Dalila Wilson-Scott (MBA '99) as a part of Reunion 2021 programming.


Prof Dolly Chugh

Professor Dolly Chugh presented a live virtual lecture entitled "How Good People Will Fight Bias in the Future", conversation was moderated by Professor Lisa Leslie.


Prof April Klein

Professor April Klein presented a live virtual lecture entitled "Shareholder Activism and Environmental, Social, and Corporate Governance (ESG)", conversation was moderated by Professor Julian Yeo.


The Role of Business in the Biden Administration's Sustainability Agenda

The Business and Society program hosted a panel discussion moderated by Professor Batia Wiesenfeld.


Polarization, Employee Activism, and a New Era for Organizational Culture

Professors Jonathan Haidt and Alison Taylor presented a live virtual discussion entitled moderated by Batia Wiesenfeld.


Building Resilient Supply Chains with Blockchain

The disruption caused by COVID-19 underscores the need for highly traceable, transparent, and resilient supply chains. Blockchain, as well as other technology, is an incredibly valuable tool for building and sustaining this approach.


Clean Meat

Paul Shapiro, CEO of The Better Meat Co.,  joined the NYU Stern Fubon Center for Technology, Business and Innovation in a fireside chat moderated by professor Melissa Schilling, Director of the Center's Innovation Initiative.


2019 ESG and Impact Investing Across Asset Classes with Goldman Sachs

A panel discussion explores how investors integrate ESG and impact into investment decisions.


2019 Practice Forum at the Center for Sustainable Business

Professor Tensie Whelan opens the 2nd Annual Practice Forum, “How to Assess the ROI on Sustainability for Corporate Practitioners and Investors.”


Sustainable Protein: Disrupting and Innovating for the Future

A discussion hosted by NYU Stern's Center for Sustainable Business, featuring Chris Kerr, Good Catch; Euripides Pelekanos, Bareburger; Jody Rasch, MBA '83, VegInvest; and Rosie Wardle, FAIRR.


Corporate Sustainability Leadership

A panel featuring new stakeholder research on sustainability leadership, moderated by professor Tensie Whelan and Chris Coulter, GlobeScan.