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Investing in Women MBAs

Parity in applications and degrees awarded continues to elude B-schools
Wharton grad Divinity Matovu

In 2015, when Divinity Matovu was preparing to enter the full-time MBA program at the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School, she was caring for her 3-year-old daughter, grieving her mother’s death, and going through a divorce. “I was very concerned about whether I’d be able to pull this off and actually do the program,” she says. Her decision to proceed was influenced by women she met in prep programs, including one run by Forté Foundation, a consortium of companies and schools whose mission is to increase the share of women business

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