Women’s History Month: “For All the Women Who Have Paved the Way”

Members of Stanford GSB’s Women in Management share their thoughts.

April 15, 2021

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Top row: Ali Lauer, Jenny Zhou, Zeinab Aboud, Jéssica Leão. Bottom row: Jane Conroy, Juli (Hye Ryeong) Cho, Janna Wandzilak, Alexa Grabell. Credit: Illustrations by Agata Nowicka.

For members of Stanford GSB’s Women in Management group, Women’s History Month is a time to reflect, celebrate, and be inspired.

“It’s a celebration of how much women have achieved; a somber realization of how inequitable the world still is; a joyous reminder of the amazing women I am on this journey with.” — Juli (Hye Ryeong) Cho, MBA ’21

Hear from the members of Women in Management on what this month means to them.

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