Building diverse pipelines to leadership from business school to the board room!
Our mission is to bridge the access and confidence gap for Underrepresented Minorities, Women, and First Generation talent on the journey to business school and career advancement.
The results: Our expert approach yields equitable results with 𝐢𝐧𝐜𝐥𝐮𝐬𝐢𝐨𝐧 𝐚𝐧𝐝 𝐛𝐞𝐥𝐨𝐧𝐠𝐢𝐧𝐠 at the forefront.
A Strategic Partner For Accelerated
With over 10 years of MBA Admissions and Early Career experience. Education Advancement Consulting (EAC) enhances an organization’s ability to attract and retain the best and the brightest across diverse populations.
Bring us to your organization:
Speaking Engagements - Keynote, lunch and learn
Workshops - Small group, program, and event facilitation
Tailored Sessions - Program development, BRG & ERG Chats
Other- Podcast guest, panelist, moderator
Our programs' objectives are designed to elevate and complement your organization's initiatives. Coupled with expert facilitation, our programs, and speaking topics are relatable and include:
The American Dream:
An Immigrant, Higher Education, and Finding Your Fit
Five Steps to Living Your Best College Life
MAEE: Women's Empowerment
Mentor Her, Advocate for her, Encourage her, and Equip her for success!
Five Steps to Overcoming MBA Decision Process Overwhelm!
Diverse Pipeline Building
✔️Ensure university students can intersect their education with their purpose without the unnecessary stress
✔️Provide tailored tools to support student success using our 5 step proprietary method
✔️Implement professional development offerings with strategic programs that deliver consistent results using our 3 step proprietary method
✔️Bridge the gap between early career student needs and your organization’s recruitment and retention goals
Don't just take our word for it:
“ Understanding the trajectory of my college life so far and having it all laid out in front of me, and also taking a second to look at the possibilities and opportunities in front of me. I was also able to analyze my qualities and give myself a chance to think about the positive aspects of myself, something I wouldn’t have taken the time to do otherwise, thank you for that”
"What you said about staying ready instead of trying to get ready really resonated with me as I am preparing to apply to my first co-op, but was considering switching to a different co-op cycle. Also overall, doing this exercise helped me affirm that I am capable of a lot more than I give myself credit for."
Women’s Empowerment Week Event Attendees