Welcome to WIN!
Advancing an inclusive innovation community
The Marquette University Women’s Innovation Network (WIN) creates a comprehensive network designed to support the advancement of women, people of color, first generation college students, the LGTBQ community and others currently under-represented in innovation and entrepreneurship. In 2019, WIN became the programming arm of the newly formed Institute for Women's Leadership (IWL). Click HERE to learn more.
Women in Charge: Student Spotlight
WIN is excited to announce our new mini-series: Women in Charge: Student Spotlight! Featuring women leaders making an impact on campus, the student spotlight highlights real women making real change. Check out our featured student leaders below and read more about what they do!
November 24: Sophia Olson and Autumn Kuehn
Co-Presidents of Marquette Women in Business (WIB)
How did you get involved with Women in Business?
We both joined Women in Business (WIB) our freshman year and both immediately fell in love with the energy in the room from the very first meeting. It was such a welcoming environment – everyone was so kind and made it easy to form connections with new people, especially as an underclassmen. We felt seen, heard, and appreciated.
What is your mission or goal through WIB here at Marquette?
Our mission with WIB is to empower our fellow female business students with the tools and mindsets they need to grow within our male-dominated workforce. Though we may be a minority, it is our mission to ensure that our voices are heard and inspire within our future positions as leaders. We also hope to provide a space where female students can create relationships with each other, as well as potential employers.
How do you hope to carry that on after Marquette?
We hope that we can continue to provide a support system to our female colleagues, helping them believe that they can do whatever they set their mind to. Failures will come, but we must use these setbacks to push us forward to help us thrive within our environments. We, also, would just love to continue to empower the women around us, because empowered women empower women. The more strong, intelligent women we can have in the workplace who feel seen, heard, and respected as a colleague, the better.
Check out past student spotlights in the Women in Charge Student Archive!
Thursday, November 18 | 9:00 a.m.
WISDOM Breakfast with Women in Computer Science
This WISDOM Breakfast event will be for students focused in the fields of computer science and host panelists from Marquette and beyond. Attendees of the event will be able to meet panelists in small groups for open Q&A around the experiences working in their fields, as well as hear from the entire panel.
This will be a hybrid event. Grab-and-go breakfast will be provided to participants, panelists will be joining either virtually or in-person, and attendees have the option to attend the event in-person or virtually as well. Please specify your attendance preference when registering.
to join the ZOOM meeting on 11/18