Stanford Women in Business is made up of six core teams that work together to promote our mission. SWIB is led by co-presidents who oversee the organization and each of its teams as they relate to empowering young women in pre-professional careers. Specifically, they focus on the execution of events, weekly meetings, intern programming, and external relations.
The Young Women's Leadership Summit (previously known as winter conference) is an annual event that brings together young women from Californian high schools for a day of workshops and speeches from inspiring speakers. The event aims to prepare and educate young women about the world of business while having the chance to experience Stanford. Learn more→
The Executive Leadership Series is a quarterly event that provides the Stanford community with an opportunity to learn about and discuss one leader’s unique journey to success. This new event was conceived with the aim of giving Stanford students an avenue to learn more about business through the experiences of others. Learn more→
The Springternship Program connects some of the brightest Stanford students to local businesses and firms for a part-time, 10-week internship during spring quarter. Springterns will work in a variety of industries including tech, finance, marketing, and communications. Learn more→
Internally focused on organizing the inaugural SWIB bootcamps, fireside chats, SWIB's Externship Program, SWIB Allies, and service. This team is the most internally facing of the SWIB teams and intends to equip our members with the skills they need to be successful in the workplace.
Organizes two annual events, the Young Women's Leadership Summit and the Shark Tank Challenge, as well as a biannual Executive Leadership Series (ELS). ELS brings high profile speakers to speak on campus. The Young Women's Leadership Summit is a summit for high school girls interested in business.The Shark Tank Challenge is a skill development program and pitch competition for Stanford undergraduate students.
The Industry Partnerships team establishes strong relationships between SWIB, corporate sponsors, and other pre-professional university women's groups, namely through the Society of Women Leaders (SWL). They manage all external corporate relations regarding recruiting in finance, consulting, tech, and startups
Manages marketing for all aspects of SWIB. This includes social media, the website, internal branding, job postings, brand management, event publicity, and communication with other campus marketing organizations. In addition, the marketing team is spearheading SWIB U, a free, web-based learning program designed to teach students around the world about business.
The Community Initiatives team is in charge of all SWIB initiatives that build rapport with our community. This includes both internal and external SWIB efforts, alumni relations, Society of Women Leaders, Global Internships, and Springternships. This team also oversees member development--facilitating the overall SWIB experience and programing of interns and mentorship. Moreover, the Community Initiatives team is building out SWIB's Advisory Board.
PROJECT DEVELOPMENT BOARD
Develop and spearhead independent, innovative projects to expand SWIB’s scope. This role will allow individuals to pursue unique projects that aren’t necessarily encompassed by an existing team, but can further SWIB’s mission.
Bank of America Merrill Lynch
Boston Consulting Group
Highland Capital Partners
Bib + Tuck