In our series My 6-Figure Paycheck, women making more than $100,000 open up about how they got there and what exactly they do. We take a closer look at what it feels like to be a woman making six-figures
berkeley.edu - About The Author Liz is Senior Associate Director of Admissions for the Full-time MBA Program at Berkeley Haas. She holds an MBA from Boston University and came to Haas after gaining years of experience in retail for Gap and Gymboree, in financial services for Putnam Investments, as well as engaging in significant non-profit volunteer work. Prior to joining the Full-time Berkeley MBA Program, she spent 7 years in admissions for Berkeley MBA Programs for Working Professionals. She loves her work in admissions because of the connections she's able to develop with students, all of whom bring such amazing diversity of personal and professional experience to the program.
I recently read a Wall Street Journal article that spotlighted a couple of full-time MBA programs closing their doors due to decreased demand in traditional two-year graduate curriculums. According to
Venture capital (VC) firms invested $132.1 billion in private companies last year, a record level by deal value, according to a report from Pitchbook and the National Venture Capital Association. Each