When she takes over as Dean of Emory University’s Goizueta Business School next month, it will mark the first time a black woman has led a top-25 business school.
She arrives from the University of Virginia’s Darden School of Business, where she taught leadership courses and led the school’s executive education programs as senior associate dean. Her time at Darden also included a stint as the school’s first associate dean of diversity, a role in which she fostered conversations about diversity in the classroom setting.
Here, she speaks about corporate diversity, her plans as well as her responsibilities (she feel) to bring more minority groups to the school. Read more on Bloomberg Businessweek.