Tour of nine major US and UK cities in September and October

The Forté Foundation - a consortium of corporations and business schools committed to the advancement of women leadership in business - will be hosting a series of "Forté Forums" in the United States (and one date in London) for women interested in learning more about getting an MBA. According to the Forté Foundation website, attendees of this series (entitled "The MBA Proposition") can meet business school representatives, network with peers and business leaders, and learn more about the MBA degree in general.

Over thirty of the top ranking business schools in the United States, Europe, and United Kingdom support the initiative and will attend these events, along with over a dozen more local b-schools participating.

The events will be held on the following dates and cities:

September 17 - Boston

September 18 - Washington D.C.

September 19 - Chicago

September 20 - New York City

September 24 - Atlanta

September 25 - Houston

September 26 - San Francisco

September 27 - Los Angeles

October 1 - New York City

October 9 - London

For more information, including registration information and precise times and locations, please visit the Forté Foundation website.

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