The aim of Women@HHL is to support the female HHL community by providing a platform for exchange and connecting our female students, alumnae and other interested parties.
Besides informal get-togethers with vibrant discussions, we offer a variety of events for our participants to gain valuable insights into topics related to leadership, career opportunities and how to broaden their skillset. This unique network builds the opportunity for close dialogues with business representatives and other inspiring women.
Let’s enhance the community spirit on HHL campus and beyond!
Diversity is an essential part of HHL’s DNA. Different perspectives stimulate an innovative environment that fosters forward-thinking in education and research. Women@HHL follows this idea by enriching diversity and fostering network potentials for women.
Diversity is a proven driver for innovation. Women@HHL is a progressive approach to support diversity in leadership. With its individual mentoring and coaching this HHL program supports the next generation of female leaders.
Women@HHL, a network only for women? Absolutely! During my talk given for Women@HHL in Winter 2017, I personally experienced the initiative as bringing together very engaged and passionately discussing women united by a common interest: advancement and going their own way. What particularly defines the discussions among women in my opinion, is clearly perceivable: liveliness, extraordinary openness, and interested, genuine listening. This way, the exchange and the events provided by Women@HHL offer something for everybody!
The initiative women@HHL has been a core element of my studies at HHL. Besides providing a great network of inspiring women in business, the initiative has also allowed me to intensify my internal HHL network. Talks, workshops and trainings promote personal strengths and open up perspectives. This way, I was supported in both my personal development and my professional advancement.
Dirk Schuran (Chief Sales Officer, COMATCH, Berlin)
Dr. Christian Post (Legal Counsel Corporate/M&A, Otto Group, Hamburg)
Raphael Werner (Senior Manager M&A, PwC, Munich)