The purpose of the Council is to identify opportunities and challenges associated with promoting diversity and inclusion in our learning and work environments, to establish metrics for tracking progress, and to make recommendations for implementing best practices in diversity and inclusion.
The Diversity and Inclusion Council is comprised of faculty and staff that support all of the School of Business undergraduate and graduate programs on the main campus and at our Charlotte Center. The Council was established in spring 2011. For a current list of members, please email email@example.com
We are proud that the Wake Forest University School of Business community is a diverse one, as this not only enriches the learning experience, but also reflects one of our core beliefs: that the classroom should be as diverse as the workplace. In today’s business world, it is the leaders who have surrounded themselves with different perspectives that are defining success. Creating a workplace that is representative of many different backgrounds and points of view is not just the right thing to do; it’s the smart thing to do.
The Wake Forest University School of Business is affiliated with several organizations, initiatives and scholarship programs that embody our commitment to diversity.
Several examples are listed below:
- Accounting Diversity Consortium
- Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration
- Project Nicaragua Global Business & Outreach
- Study Abroad & Exchange Program
- Bank of America Leadership Scholarship
- Disher Fund for International Studies
- Neal Monroe Chastain Memorial Scholarship
- Master of Arts in Management (MA) Corporate Fellowship
- Master of Business Administration (MBA) Wells Fargo Scholar
- Black Business Student Association (BBSA)
- Management Leadership for Tomorrow (MLT)
- Prospanica (formerly National Society of Hispanic MBAs)
- Graduate Christian Business Club
- LGBT and Allies
- Student Veterans Organization
- Black Business Students Association (BBSA)
- International Students Association (ISA)
- Wake Graduate Women in Business (WGWIB)
- Project Nicaragua