AFFINITY AND IDENTITY GROUPS

Association of Latino Professionals for America (ALPFA)

The student chapter of the Association of Latino Professionals for America (ALPFA) here at Villanova is committed to the mission of ALPFA: "To empower and develop Latino men and women as leaders of character for the nation, in every sector of the global economy." We do this by providing unique opportunities for our students to connect with top companies. Aside from advancing our mission, we also look to create a community here in VSB where Latinos are empowered to contribute to one another's growth, development and successes both personally while they are here on campus and professionally as they look to step into the workforce. As we build one another up, we continue to grow our #ALPFAmilia here at Villanova.

International Business Society

The mission of the International Business Society is to provide a global perspective for students interested in internationally related careers. Through research, case studies and discussion, we strive to shed light on how international events affect markets and the global economy.

Multicultural Business Association

The mission of the Multicultural Business Association (McBA) is to empower Villanova students with the skills and the confidence necessary to ignite change as business leaders while embracing diversity, through innovative events. Our primary goal is to enable our students to become extraordinary business leaders through professional development, networking opportunities, and a family of members who all share a common goal of future academic and professional success. We challenge our members to embrace every opportunity that is thrown their way, while also seeking ways to advance as an individual on the campus of Villanova University.

 

National Association of Black Accountants (NABA)

NABA is a nonprofit membership association dedicated to bridging the opportunity gap for black professionals in the accounting, finance and related business professions. Representing more than 200,000 black professionals in these fields, NABA advances people, careers and the mission by providing education, resources and meaningful career connections to both professional and student members, fulfilling the principle of our motto: Lifting As We Climb

Women in Business Society

The Villanova Women in Business Society was founded in 2005 and is open to all students. The society seeks to create opportunities for growth and learning, while empowering and preparing its members to take on any challenges that women may face in the business world.

Villanova Women's Professional Network

The Villanova Women’s Professional Network (VWPN) connects Villanova women, encourages their professional and personal development, and inspires them to succeed. Our programming enlightens all of our community about the issues and challenges facing women today. Led by a steering committee of faculty, staff, students and alumnae from across campus, the VWPN wants Villanova to be known as an institution where women thrive, on our campus and beyond.

VU Women in Tech

Women are leading and innovating with technology across Villanova’s campus and alumnae base. VU Women in Tech is the platform for us to share experiences, highlight opportunities for women in technology and motivate those who hesitate.


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VSB Climate Improvement Feedback Portal

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“Each of us had something to learn from others and something to teach in return.”
- St. Augustine

  

 

“Embracing all with mutual respect leads to rich discussions, broader perspectives that in turn bring all together in any environment to achieve together.”
Michele Etzel ’87 VSB
Chair, Dean’s Advisory Council;
CEO, National Enterprise Solutions;
CFO, National Graphics Inc.

 

  

  

AFFINITY AND IDENTITY GROUPS