Results from INSEAD's Alumnae Impact Survey

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As part of INSEAD’s iW50 celebrations the school has undertaken for the first time a global study to assess how alumnae impact the organisations and societies in which they work. In this webinar, INSEAD professor Zoe Kinias will reveal the results of this research and discuss how the iW50 goals will be carried on by INSEAD’s Gender Initiative.

The webinar will be moderated by Helen Duce (EMBA ’13, Executive Director of the INSEAD Gender Initiative) and will be joined by Ilian Mihov, Dean of INSEAD who will talk about the school’s work to put societal needs at the centre of value creation.

The speakers will discuss:

  • Business as a force for good
  • Impact of INSEAD alumnae and the results of the global alumni survey
  • The INSEAD Gender Initiative
  • How INSEAD impacts business and society

Results of the survey

The global alumni survey, conducted in October and November 2017 has revealed some of the ways in which INSEAD alumnae transform their organisations and the world around them. The webinar will reveal:

  • The growing proportion of INSEAD alumnae holding C-suite roles
  • The number of alumnae serving on boards and founding companies
  • The preponderance of alumnae involved in pro-bono work and helping to sponsor other women
  • The huge number of alumnae (50%) involved in general management

This is the third and final INSEAD alumni webinar organised for the iW50 year.


Zoe Kinias

Zoe Kinias is an Associate Professor of Organisational Behaviour at INSEAD and the Academic Director of INSEAD’s Gender Initiative. Zoe’s teaching topics focus on leadership development and social issues at the intersection of business and society. She conducts psychological research in applied/business contexts.


Ilian Mihov

Ilian Mihov is Dean of INSEAD and a Professor of Economics. His research is on topics related to monetary policy, fiscal policy and economic growth. He holds a PhD degree from Princeton University and a B.S. in business administration from the Moore School of Business at the University of South Carolina where, in 2006, he was recognised as a Distinguished Young Alumnus.


Helen Duce

Helen Duce is Executive Director of INSEAD’s Gender Initiative, Leader Lean In Singapore and a sustainable business consultant. She has an MBA from INSEAD (EMBA’13Dec) and is an adjunct Professor at CUHK (Chinese University of Hong Kong) where she teaches sustainable business.

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