Women at D'Amore-McKim

D’Amore-McKim students and alumni join an extension of the university’s Women Who Empower initiative as ambassadors. They are among a select group who share a commitment to advancing women and creating opportunities for learning, offering inspiration, and fostering community, particularly for women who have entrepreneurial aspirations at Northeastern.

Eliana Berger, DMSB’21, and Hannah Chaouli, DMSB’22, create a more diverse and inclusive entrepreneurial ecosystem at Northeastern with WISE, Women’s Interdisciplinary Society of Entrepreneurship.

Kate Kuznetsova, DMSB’22, serves as the president of the Student Government Association and explains how her mask is helping support the wellbeing of the Northeastern community.

Melissa Soong, DMSB’21, is taking over our Instagram account @damoremckim this week! Follow along for an inside look at her co-op experiences with New Balance and Genentech, research with the DATA Initiative, and more!

“I knew I had both the expertise and experience to stand out because of my professional and personal experience while attending Northeastern.”

“The only two people hired at EY in the Boston office in January were me and one of my MS in Accounting classmates. I think that’s a real testament to the program.”

D’Amore-McKim student Eliana Berger, DMSB’21, launched the first virtual accelerator developed and run by students for students. Envision Accelerator will host online workshops, offer one-on-one mentorship from investors and founders of successful companies, and provide students insights into funding strategies.

D’Amore-McKim Professor Ruth V. Aguilera is featured in the first episode of the IM Global Podcast.

D’Amore-McKim alum Debra Roberts, MBA’01, is the first Black person to be elected as a selectperson in Stoughton, Massachusetts, a town 20 miles south of Boston.

“Students from the Northeastern MSA/MBA program do so well because liberal arts is part of their education. It’s all about thinking, communicating, and problem-solving..When you combine the technical and soft skills, it results in a really good auditor.”