​Programs and Events

The Center for Women’s Entrepreneurial Leadership enables women to reach th​eir full potential through innovative education programs and events.

In addition to the following annual programs, CWEL sponsors dozens of events throughout the academic year. For a complete listing, check the CWEL events calendar below.

CWEL Scholars Program The CWEL Scholars (CWELS) Program
Formerly the Women’s Leadership Program, CWEL Scholars provides undergraduate women with exclusive events, cutting edge experts and hands-on coaching. Students attend a minimum number of events over their four-year education to earn the “CWEL Scholar” designation. Learn more.


​The Women Innovating Now (WIN) Lab
The WIN Lab is a unique, year-long program designed to empower 20 women to build their entrepreneurial ventures. WIN Lab is being directed by Susan Duffy and Heatherjean MacNeil. Learn more.


CWEL Mentees

Mentor Mashups
CWEL regularly host events where successful business women leaders and mentors share their stories and lead small group discussions on topics of interest to students. These events include food, drink, sharing business cards and making valuable connections. Learn more.


 BAWMBA LogoThe Babson Association of Women MBAs (BAWMBA)​
BAWMBA helps women MBA students build networks, find and be a mentor, develop leadership skills and transition to their next professional opportunities.

​Gender Enlightenment
CWEL supports and advances gender equality as a growth strategy for individuals and for organizations of all sizes, everywhere in the world. We do this through a variety of campus events and by supporting a growing community of faculty who do innovative research on women and gender, leadership and entrepreneurship. Learn more. ​​ ​​​​​​​​​​​​​

Thursday, November 10, 2016

  • Personal Advocacy Workshop with Alumna Emi...
    Personal Advocacy Workshop with Alumna Emily Levy Full Details [X]
    6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
    Thursday, November 10th<br /> <strong>Personal Advocacy Workshop with Alumna Emily Levy</strong><br /> Reynolds 241, Babson College, Wellesley<br /> 6 p.m. &ndash; 8 p.m.<br /> Free<br /> <br /> Emily Levy a &rsquo;16 CWEL Scholar, has been battling Severe Chronic Lyme Disease since 2007. She had a PICC line in her arm for six months to deliver IV medications to fight her Lyme disease. She and her team created PICCPerfect, the only PICC line protector where form and fashion meet on equal ground. Emily will talk about her journey with her business and Lyme Disease and what she has learned about personal advocacy along the way. (This is a competency event for CWEL Scholars in the category of Influence &amp; Personal Advocacy.)<br />
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  • 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

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