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Changes, Challenges, Choices conference

The enthusiasm and energy of several hundred MIT alumnae who gathered on campus in 2005 has sparked a second Women’s Leadership Conference, set for March 31 in San Francisco.

The Women’s Leadership Conference:Changes, Challenges, Choices, hosted by the MIT Alumni Association, celebrates MIT women as leaders and innovators. Topics include work-life integration, mentorship, changing roles, and individual stories. Laura D’Andrea Tyson, EC ‘74, dean of the London Business School, is slated to deliver the keynote. To register or learn more.

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