Leadership

SWIB is led by co-presidents Amy Wu and Ali Eicher. Together, they 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.

Business Education

The Business Education team is internally focused on organizing SWIB “bootcamps” as well as managing service projects and coordinating meaningful events with the SWIB Society and SWIB Allies.    

Community Management

The Community Management team oversees all corporate relations regarding recruiting (finance, consulting, & tech), industry interest events, and runs the annual Springternship Program, as well as managing alumni relationships and mentorship.

Business Leadership

The Business Leadership team organizes and runs the annual Young Women’s Leadership Summit, Leading Ladies Gala, and the Executive Leadership Series. They direct two ELS events (large keynotes with high profile speakers) in the fall and the spring.

Marketing

The Marketing Team 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.

Partnerships

The Partnerships team is focused on establishing strong relationships between SWIB, corporate sponsors, and other pre-professional university women's groups, namely through the Society of Women Leaders (SWL). In addition to attending national conferences, host an annual retreat on Stanford campus with members of SWL to share ideas and resources with other future female leaders.

Project development Board

The project development board is focused on developing and spearheading independent, innovative projects to expand SWIB’s scope. This role allows individuals to pursue unique projects that aren’t necessarily encompassed by an existing team, but can further SWIB’s mission.