The Women in Business (WIB) Initiative promotes the role of professional women in the Belk College of Business at UNC Charlotte. WIB provides career-developing activities to empower undergraduate students to achieve personal and professional goals and enter confidently into the business marketplace. Get involved: Join the community and conversation!

WIB Skills

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Finding Your Voice

This week: Finding Your Voice

One of the most important skills to learn as a woman in business is how to find your voice, speak up and to amplify other women.

This week, Women in Business will be providing articles, information and resources to help students find their voices. 

Explore WIB Skills

Featured Mentors

Reema Nayyar photo

Share your experiences and inspire others.

Reema Nayyar, Assurance Associate, PwC
Barbora Silovska photo

Tasks your coworkers don’t want to do are actually opportunities for you to grow.

Barbora Silovska, CPA, Experienced Tax Associate - Financial Services, PwC
Auja Little photo

Bring your authentic, full self to work.

Auja Little, Senior Real Estate Analyst, Washington REIT

Meet All Mentors


   Friday building room 302 - Niblock Student Center

   5:00 PM to 6:00 PM

20 to 21

   Greenville, SC

   (All day)


   Friday building room 302 - Niblock Student Center

   5:00 PM to 6:00 PM

WIB Inspiration

Only have a few minutes between classes? Looking for some positive advice in your day? Explore the image gallery of Women in Business. Get books, looks and tips just for you!

Explore WIB Inspiration Gallery

WIB quote

Read the article about Fortune 500 women CEOs from The Washington Post.

Women in Business students and professionals

The Women in Business Mix and Mingle Networking event included students and professionals.

Own It book with items

Own It by Sallie Krawcheck is the Women in Business book for discussion. Students received a copy at Belk College on the Green.

WIB Social

About WIB

The Women in Business Initiative supports students interested in advancing the progress of professional women entering the workforce by:
•    Sharing success stories of women business leaders
•    Offering engagement opportunities for undergraduate students and the Charlotte business community
•    Showcasing attractive career options and providing avenues for skill building to increase confidence and competence for long-term success

The Belk College Niblock Student Center oversees the program. The initiative includes advisory groups including student ambassadors, an advisory board of executives and faculty consultants. Meet the WIB Team.

The initiative is generously supported by MetLife Foundation.

Students: Join the conversation on Facebook today!

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Interested in learning more about the Women in Business Initiative?

Email womeninbusiness@uncc.edu