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Episode Info: Women’s Wealth: The Middle Way® Presents Building Strong Women Leaders with Sangeeta Rao Sangeeta Rao, Ph.D., Assistant Dean for Student Mentoring Programs at Rutgers University, is passionate about empowering women. Sangeeta oversees Women BUILD, a leadership program designed to give high achieving, talented women undergraduates at Rutgers Business School the opportunity to reach their full leadership potential as business students. She also co-leads a new Women's Initiative at Rutgers Business School that seeks to build stronger connections between students, faculty, alumni, and corporations with a goal of addressing systemic gender biases in business.  Join us as Sangeeta shares what mentorship means to her and the personal effect that Women BUILD has had on her life and career.  Join us every other week on Women's Wealth: The Middle Way®, a radio show aimed at helping women navigate questions about work, money, and family. You can find us on your favorite podcast app, including Libsyn, Soundcloud, Podbean, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Apple Podcasts. See you in two weeks! Helpful Links: Women’s Wealth: The Middle Way® Glen Eagle Mentorship at Rutgers: Mentoring Articles Link and Link Rutgers University Leadership: Show Transcript:  Susan Michel: Welcome back to Women’s Wealth: The Middle Way®, the show that answers your questions about work, money and family. My name is Susan McGlory Michel and I am the CEO and founder of Glen Eagle, a wealth management firm in New Jersey. Today, I'm joined by Sangeeta Rao, Assistant Dean of Student Mentoring Programs at Rutgers University. Sangeeta oversees the Women's Business Undergraduate and Leadership Development, or Women BUILD program, which is a leadership program designed to provide high-achieving, motivated and talented women undergraduates the opportunity to reach their full leadership potential as business students. She is now co-leading a new women's initiative at breakfast business school that seeks to build strong connections between students, faculty, alumni and corporations. with the goal of addressing systemic gender biases and business, she has conducted a training program on mentoring for women officials in Vietnam as part of the United Nations Development Program initiative. Sangeeta has a PhD in communication studies from the University of Massachusetts. Welcome. Sangeeta Rao: Thank you. Thank you for having me. Susan Michel: You know, when I was looking and reading so much about you, you have accomplished so much, the one thing that struck me was that you actually went to the White House in 2015 to participate in the national conversation about business schools and women business leaders and future policies and US workforce. Can you give us a summary of Women BUILD and what it hopes to provide to youn...
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