Amidst shifting demographic patterns that predict more women, people of color, and individuals with diverse interests and niche skillsets entering the workforce, BOW's D&I committee aims to provide members with the preparation to be a part of the business world of tomorrow. Our committee acknowledges that while diverse in nature, Duke students often self-segregate to form rigid social groups. Therefore, our project is clear: design a series of collaborative events between BOW and external organizations ( Black in Business, Mi Gente, SOCA, Baldwin Scholars, etc), all while opening up a dialogue regarding the importance of diversity and inclusion among ALL members of Business Oriented Women.


Daniella Paretti

T’22, Economics, Spanish, Innovation & Entrepreneurship Certificate


Gianna Affi

T'22 Political Science

Angela Guan

T'22 Biology, Economics Minor

Aliya Camran

T'23 Computer Science, Economics

Jamie Kramer

T'23 Public Policy

Theresa Nardone

T'21 Public Policy

Ana Paz

T'21 Sociology, African & African American Studies minor, Markets & Management Certificate

Taylor Shabani

T'22 Computer Science, Economics

Dana Otera

T'23 Undeclared

Abigail Ullendorff

T'23 Economics

Christina Wang

T'22 Public Policy, Psychology

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