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Division of Communications and Marketing
Kansas State University
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1525 Mid-Campus Drive North
Manhattan, KS 66506

September 28, 2023

Registration is open for the K-State Women in Business Career Summit

Submitted by Haley Ahlers

Tori Ward interviews Natacha Buchanan at Women in Business Summit 2022

The K-State College of Business Administration is hosting its third annual Women in Business Career Summit from 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Monday, Nov. 13, at the K-State Union and Business Building. The event is open to high school and college students, faculty and staff members, corporate partners and community professionals.

Thanks to support from our generous corporate partners, this event will be offered at no charge for students, faculty and staff. Lunch will also be provided to all who attend.

Register at ksuwibsummit2023.eventbrite.com.

The career summit is presented by the Center for Principled Business at Kansas State University. The summit will host a variety of breakout sessions that focus on advancing women at various points in their academic and professional careers. Join us for a day of personal and professional development, networking, scholarships and exciting learning opportunities. The full agenda for the day can be found on the registration page

The schedule for this year's summit will differ from previous years. High school student breakout sessions will start in the morning and wrap up early afternoon. College student sessions will start after lunch. All attendees are welcome to attend lunch. Faculty, staff and community members are invited to build their own schedules.

This year's summit will feature Kristine Davis, K-State alumna and spacesuit engineer at NASA, and Jeanette Hernandez Prenger, founder and CEO of ECCO Select, as keynote speakers. In addition, the event will offer breakout sessions and networking opportunities for high school students, college students and working professionals.

For more information about the college's Women in Business Initiative, please visit cba.ksu.edu/wib or email womeninbusiness@k-state.edu

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