EMBA Stories: Diversity at Wharton

Five new EMBA students share the highlights, takeaways, and their biggest concerns and surprises from their Orientation Week in Philadelphia.

Why These Students Say the Value of Wharton’s EMBA Program Starts in Week One

Student Robert Chen, WG’19, explains how a Wharton MBA can help “level the playing field” for first-generation college graduates.

How Wharton’s EMBA Program Adds Value for First Generation Students

Wharton San Francisco student Kali Bhandari, WG’18, has found plenty of ways to advance her interest in social impact and to bond with her EMBA classmates.

How to Give Back to the Community and Make Connections in Wharton’s EMBA Program

EMBA student Camila Noordeloos, WG’18, talks about the highlights and the value of her experience taking a Global Modular Course on Finance in Europe in London.

3 Benefits You’ll Get from Taking a Global Modular Course at Wharton

“My commitment to diversity is driven by the opportunities that I have been given and the position that I currently have. I feel a great responsibility and obligation to lift as I climb.”

How This EMBA Alum’s Commitment to Lifelong Learning and Diversity Keep Him Connected

Clients need legal advice that is informed by an understanding of business. It’s important to give advice based on the law, but to be effective, it is also necessary to help clients identify ways to quantify and mitigate risk.

From Attorney to Judge: Business Knowledge Enhances EMBA Alum’s Perspective in the Courtroom

San Francisco Student Explores Ways to Address Challenges for Nonprofits

You choose this program not only for its brand, alumni network, and academic excellence, but also for the relationships you build.

From Learning Teams to Diversity: Philadelphia Student Reflects on Student Experience

“I always try to talk to women and people of color to let them know there is a place for them at Wharton. I also try to talk to people who are from nontraditional backgrounds or from the public sector. I want them to know that they can be successful here.”

Alumna Marla Bleavins Shares Perspective on Diversity