Executive Mentorship Program

Each academic semester, the Executive Mentorship Program provides 20 seniors and juniors the opportunity to connect with three individuals in Executive Roles for the purposes of discussing career paths and leadership.

Connecting Barnard Students to Transformative Leaders

The Executive Mentorship Program connects Barnard juniors and seniors to distinguished leaders in C-Suite and other senior roles across industries. Small-group meetings that take place on-site at offices around New York City provide the opportunity for Executive Mentorship Program Fellows to gain unique insights into leadership in industry, government, nonprofits, higher education, and more. Students complete three Executive Mentoring Sessions and complete reflection papers on their experiences. 

 This program is made possible by the philanthropic gift of Eugene Shvidler P'20. Students can learn about upcoming opportunities and apply to the program in Handshake. Questions can be directed to beyondbarnard@ripleylittleleague.com.

Previous Executive Mentorship Program Hosts

Keia Clarke, Chief Executive Officer, New York Liberty

Janis Gardner Cecil, President, JGC Fine Art New York

Sian Leah Beilock, President of Barnard College

Lareina Yee, Chief Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Officer and Senior Partner, McKinsey and Company

 

 

Margaret Morton, Director of Creativity and Free Expression, Ford Foundation

Shellye Archambeau, Former CEO, MetricStream

Shaolee Sen, CEO, Hot Bread Kitchen

Kate Cassino, CEO, Flatiron School

Binta Niambi Brown, Founder, omalilly projects

Katy Knight, Executive Director, Siegel Family Foundation

Marian Lee, Chief Marketing Officer, Netflix