Darden’s full-time MBA Class of 2021 reached a school record of 40 percent women. As the School continues to develop the next generation of leaders and recruit the Class of 2023, female representation in leadership roles is more important than ever — and Darden is uniquely positioned to help women find their voice and point of view.

In a recent online session with current students and recent graduates, Director of Admissions Haley Whitlock Gyory moderated a conversation during which the panelists outlined ways that their Darden experience allowed them to explore new industries and career opportunities, share their expertise during class and connect with their peers in new ways.

View the recording of the conversation below:

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For more insights on how Darden’s unique academic experience helps women to give power to their voice, view this short video: How the UVA Darden MBA Moves the Needle for Female Representation in Leadership.

Ready to learn more about the community of women at Darden or the 1:1 mentorship program mentioned during the online discussion? Connect with the Graduate Women in Business or reach out to Haley Whitlock Gyory for even more resources.

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