MBA Student Diversity

Explore the many ways diversity and inclusion come alive at Stanford GSB.

Each Stanford MBA class is diverse in the broadest possible terms, including professional background, personal experience, goals, culture, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, religion, and nationality. Individuals may identify across multiple communities, and these perspectives come together to enrich our educational environment and our everyday experience.

Stanford GSB is committed to creating inclusive spaces for its members to learn with each other and celebrate the power of diversity. We believe that as you learn more about those around you, engage and celebrate both the similarities and differences, and recognize this is a journey taken together, that is when innovation, impact, and change occur.

Explore the Stanford MBA Community

 

Stanford University Graduate Education Diversity Initiatives

A wide range of opinions, perspectives, and experiences is essential to educational excellence. Discover ways to participate in, contribute to, and celebrate Stanford’s diversity.

Stanford University Groups & Resources

As part of Stanford GSB, you will be a member of an even larger Stanford University network committed to supporting many forms of diversity. Here are just a few of many opportunities to become involved.

Rachel Wallach: Disrupting Disability
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Rachel Wallach: Disrupting Disability
How open-source design, digital fabrication, and distributed manufacturing are disrupting our perceptions of wheelchairs and their wearers.
FLI at Stanford: The Voices of First-Gen and Low-Income Students
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FLI at Stanford: The Voices of First-Gen and Low-Income Students
Stanford students who were the first in their families to go to college or who came from low-income backgrounds are building a common identity at GSB
Tyler Brandon: Showing Up for Racial Equity
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Tyler Brandon: Showing Up for Racial Equity
Racial justice is at the core of every major challenge of our time, from climate change to income inequality. To combat these challenges, we need to more proactively show up for racial equity.