Researchers conducted 73 life history interviews with MBA graduates twelve years after graduation, in order to examine the factors contributing to diverging career pathways for men and women.
The Financial Times Business School Newsletter points to Sarah Kaplan's Rotman Management Magazine on gender equality as an innovation challenge (and the problem with the business case for diversity)
How single women downplay their professional ambitions around single men
Rotman University of Toronto
Our Executive in Residence, Vanessa Iarocci talks about our new course on Designing for Equality and the work of GATE on "What She Said" with Christine Bentley & Kate Wheeler
GATE's MBA Student Fellows
Over time we will partner with Rotman student consulting groups to provide consulting opportunities related to gender, finance and business.
WIMA (Women in Management Association) promotes women in all aspects of business and management, encouraging and fostering the growth, development and advancement of women in the business community.
WiMen is a network of men who are committed to understanding and increasing diversity and gender inclusion in the Rotman community and in the workplace.
MBA elective course that uses design thinking to examine the root causes of complex gender-based challenges and come up with solutions.