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GSB Women’s Circles

Our mission is to grow a community of thriving GSB alumni. Women’s Circles are small groups of GSB alumni who gather monthly to talk about their lives.

Circles create meaningful relationships between GSB alumni as they connect with and support each other — both personally and professionally.

Women’s Circle by the Numbers

What Are Women’s Circles?
What Are Women’s Circles?
Hear from GSB alumnae how Women’s Circles work and how they affect alums’ day-to-day lives.

Becoming a Circle Member

GSB Women’s Circles are formed only once a year and are open to all self-identified women who attended Stanford GSB.

Members are asked to commit to at least one year in a Circle, to allow time for development of trust and mutual understanding. Circles are composed to promote diversity, across generations, industries, family status, children, and more, to enrich the wisdom and life experience members share with one another.

Regional Circles

In-person Circles (currently virtual until it is safe to meet again) are organized in 19 geographic regions in the U.S. and internationally. If you are interested in bringing in-person GSB Women’s Circles to your location, submit an interest form.

United States International
  • Austin
  • Boston
  • Chicago
  • Houston
  • Los Angeles
  • Marin County
  • Napa/Sonoma
  • New York
  • SF East Bay
  • SF Peninsula
  • San Diego
  • San Francisco
  • Seattle
  • Washington, DC
  • London
  • Mexico City
  • Nairobi
  • Shanghai
  • Singapore


Virtual Circles

Virtual-only Circles are expanding worldwide and will be organized based on time zone and proximity.