Women in Business Profiles
Changing the Face of Business
Leading businesswomen share their experience and insights on how women are changing the face of business, for the better.
DEBORAH DOYLE MCWHINNEY
President, Citi Personal Wealth Management
When Deborah Doyle McWhinney wants to unwind, she picks up a
needlepoint project. “I’m compulsive about it,” she says. “If I’m trying to
sort out a problem, I’ll do some background stitching."
R&D Manager of Web Products, Bloomberg
Computer geek turned manager of web products responsible for more than 160 employees and contractors, Catherine Hui is a great example of the power inherent in a combination of technical and business skills.
Manager Forecasting and Reporting, Eurasia Finance, Chevron Corporation
For a young Risa Sparks in the mid-1990s, it was a family friend, a woman who was an industrial engineer, who piqued her interest in engineering. “She explained what she did, and it sounded really interesting,” remembers Sparks.
Founder and Director, Women’s International Networking and SDA Bocconi Alumna
“From career to calling” is one of the Norwegian-born Engvig’s favorite mottoes, and neatly sums up the personal trajectory of this 39-year-old founder of WIN.
Director of Client Services
Grezenbach Glier and MIT Sloan School of Management alumna
Conducting Music to the Tune of Business: A lover of music, Frances Lai applies management expertise to orchestras, and the result is a harmonious score.
HELEN YUXIN SHU
Corporate Communications Manager
Ogilvy & Mather, Shanghai and Goizueta Business School at Emory alumna
Chinese Native Melds Cultures in International Career: These days, the more you understand how different people think and act, the more likely you are to find the best business prospects anywhere in the world.