Women at D'Amore-McKim

Temidola Ikomi, a 2017 graduate of the D'Amore-McKim School of Business and co-founder of an African-inspired fashion brand in Nigeria, won a 2022 Innovator Award, presented by Northeastern's Women Who Empower.

Natasha Shazana, DMSB'13, quit her private equity job in New York City to build a new empowering bra brand in Malaysia.

Kate Madigan, DMSB'15, MS'15, is the first woman to serve as assistant general manager of the New Jersey Devils, becoming the sixth woman in NHL history to serve in that role.

Abortion-rights activists demonstrate against the Supreme Court decision to overturn Roe v. Wade that established a constitutional right to abortion, on Capitol Hill in Washington.

Twenty-two is the lucky number for recipients of the 2022 Innovator Awards, given out by the Northeastern's Women Who Empower platform. A panel of judges selected 22 female honorees, who will receive a total of $220,000 in cash prizes, with first-place winners taking home $22,000 each in the award program's second year.

“Eventually, I want to hold a C-suite position where I can have a seat at the table to positively impact my community. Accounting is a company's backbone, so my degree will help me significantly in achieving my goals.” says Selah Malcoln, MS in Accounting/MBA'22

Undergraduate Degree: Business Administration and Psychology

Roth, the CEO and president of BC Cancer Foundation, paved her own path to success through a 30-year career in fundraising and a relentless commitment to fostering growth in healthcare and education in Canada and the U.S.

Childhood memories of helping her little brother with a rare illness combined with a once-in-a-lifetime trip to Ghana to inspire Ashley Cummings, a Northeastern graduate, who created a body butter to provide relief for dry skin and eczema.

“Northeastern has allowed me to explore and achieve my highest potential. I attribute that success to the help and guidance I've received as a student.” says Meeta Chhabaria, MS in Finance'22

A new supply of baby formula will bring much-needed relief to families across the country. While it's not a quick solution, Nada Sanders of Northeastern says, it's a great first step.