About

About

As more women pursue their potential and make their way into the C-suite and into leadership positions, business, government and society benefit. MBAchic is a community and platform for MBAs and professionals helping to make investing in education and careers more accessible, with a goal to propel more women into business school, the C-suite and positions of leadership. We aim to educate, inspire, connect and enable our growing, global network of ambitious professionals. MBA not required, but ambition and a desire to learn & grow certainly are.

Originally launched as a student blog in 2011, we quickly broadened to a resource and community sharing advice, bschool dean interviews and guest blogs. Relaunched in 2019, we’re building a platform and community of ambitious professionals around the world.

Interested in getting published or working with us? Let’s talk.

MBAchic Beta Site Signup
Click to join our new site, launching soon
0 k+
social followers
0 +
job listings
$ 0
in scholarships awarded

Since our start, our articles and content have been syndicated across a number of publications, including…

Proud to partner with our friends at the National Black MBA Association® and Metro New York Chapter, most recently for our #InCharge conversation at Diane von Furstenberg’s NYC flagship studio:

National Black MBA Association NBMBAA
Diane von Furstenberg DVF

Our first academic partnership with Brenau University Executive Women’s MBA launched in 2019 and established the MBAchic Fellowship, a $10,000 scholarship awarded to students pursuing their studies at the groundbreaking program. The Fellowship was renewed for 2021. To date, we’ve awarded $60,000 in scholarships.

Brenau University's EWMBA

Since May 2019, MBAchic has been a proud member of the Female Founder Collective, a network of businesses led by women, supporting women. FFC’s mission is to enable and empower female owned and led businesses to positively impact our communities, both socially and economically.

MBAchic
On the power of community (click to read more) | Photo by AJ Reynolds