Sallie L. Krawcheck is president of Global Wealth and Investment Management for Bank of America, one of the largest wealth management businesses in the world with $2.1 trillion in total client assets. She currently serves on the board of directors of BlackRock, Inc., The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Foundations, Inc., and Carnegie Hall; the board of overseers of Columbia Business School; and the board of trustees for The Economic Club of New York. Sallie was recognized as one of Fortune magazine’s “Most Powerful Women” in business from 2002-2009, along with ranking first on U.S. Banker’s list of “25 Women to Watch” in 2009 and No. 6 on Forbes “World’s 100 Most Powerful Women” in 2006. Sallie received a Bachelor of Arts from the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill in 1987 and a Masters in Business Administration from Columbia Business School in 1992.
Mapping the Future: Dynamic Paths to Success
This year's Conference explores diverse paths successful women in business have taken over the course of their careers and examines key learnings discovered along the way. Often there is no fixed path to success but rather many dynamic paths. How these unique experiences can be used to map, rechart, or reflect on your career will be the topic of discussion among Conference participants.
Columbia Women In Business
CWIB is a professional and social organization that strives to provide Columbia Business School women with contacts and resources to assist them in their academic and professional careers. CWIB is committed to working with faculty, administrators, alumnae and the greater business community to promote the role of and to create opportunities for women in business.
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