We offer a variety of programs – workshops and courses – taught by experienced women business leaders with content designed to meet the needs of organizations that prioritize inclusion.
Upcoming course: Leading Inclusivity: Unconscious Bias in the Workplace
- Distinguish between cultural competency and cultural humility
- Identify your unconscious biases and strategies to address unconscious biases
- Obtain skills to contribute to an inclusive work culture
Custom Training for your Organization
Partner with Anderson to develop strategic solutions to your business challenges and achieve organizational success with highly skilled employees who are focused on meeting your goals. Drawing from Anderson School's prestigious faculty and the business community's premier corporate coaches, our consultants get to know your organization before crafting a relevant and impactful approach for improvement.
Events to keep you connected
There's a large and growing community of people of all genders committed to advancing equity in the workplace.
Join us for discussions around ideas and strategies on how we can work together to advance women in leadership. Featured guests for our panels, workshops and conferences provide valuable insight from their experiences on how they have navigated their careers while influencing change.
More events are coming. Stay tuned!
She Means Business Speaker Series, October 21, 2020
Dr. Assata Zerai
- Dr. Assata Zerai, Vice President for Equity and Inclusion and Professor of Sociology at The University of New Mexico
- Troy Lesesne, Head Coach and Technical Director of New Mexico United
- Chanel Wiese, executive director of the Somos Unidos Foundation
Other Ways to Get Involved
Women in Leadership Advisory Board
Anderson School of Management is establishing professional advisory boards for our academic programs that provide vision, guidance and support for continuing, forward-thinking educational development. Advisory boards provide an opportunity for alumni and friends to use their expertise, influence and affluence to support the School and its programs and to participate in ensuring future success.
We need help building this movement and making the Anderson School of Management a front runner in advancing women in leadership.