With locations in Europe (France), Asia (Singapore), the Middle East (Abu Dhabi), and now North America (San Francisco), INSEAD, remains world’s leading and largest graduate business schools. INSEAD brings together people, cultures and ideas to develop responsible leaders who transform business and society.
INSEAD’s research, teaching and partnerships reflect this global perspective and cultural diversity. INSEAD also aims to be a key player in the space of developing gender balance in leadership.
INSEAD Gender Initiative has been set up to develop the next generation of female and male leaders equipped to address gender balance throughout their careers.
INSEAD has been working with Women In Africa since 2018 to get closer to female business leaders of tomorrow and show them what they can offer, to contribute to the development of the continent.
“We are proud of the many women of INSEAD who are using their talents to define their purpose and help shape a better world “
“As the first Ghanaian woman to lead a multinational telecommunications company, I understand the transformative power diversity brings to professional success. This is why I co-founded the Executive Women Network: to inspire, support and empower African women executives to succeed in their careers and create a more equitable world.”
– Lucy Quist, Global Business Leader, TEDx Speaker, STEM Advocate, INSEAD MBA 2005”
“Powering social entreprise with technology can be a potent agent of change. Through mobile technology, smallholder farmers in Africa can get access to commodity markets, finance and information, which are vital to escaping the poverty trap. I am proud to be a part of this revolution”
– Hillary Miller-Wise, Social entrepreneur, Mother, Long distance runner, INSEAD Executive MBA 2011
“As a Goodwill Ambassador for the United Nations, I am constantly accepting new challenges to help Africa’s development. By promoting industrialisation and positioning Africa as one of the top 30 countries for global sourcing, it is fulfilling to see the impact I can make on the African region.”
– Helen Hai, CEO of Made in Africa Initiative, Tsinghua-INSEAD EMBA 2011 Alumna.