Thursday, August 11, 2011

Harvard Business School's Women's Association of Greater New York

Blythe Masters has participated in events hosted by the Harvard Business School's Women's Association of Greater New York, most notably a seminar entitled 'What Does it Take to Make it?: A Discussion with JPMorgan's Women Leaders'.  This event, hosted at JP Morgan, featured the following speakers:
  • Blythe Masters, Managing Director, Head of Global Commodities
  • Melissa Moore, HBS '92, CEO of Treasury Services
  • Jennifer Nason, Managing Director, Global Head of Technology, Media and Telecom Investment Banking
The event was hosted and moderated by Julia Kirby, Senior Editor of Harvard Business Review.

Read the full biographies of all the participants in the Discussion with JP Morgan's Women Leaders.

About HBS Women's Association of Greater New York
The HBS Women's Association of Greater New York is a charitable organization established by and for alumnae of the Harvard Business School who live and/or work in the Greater New York area.  Our mission is to provide education to alumnae and the broader community about women in leadership and to raise scholarship funds for a current HBS woman student.  Our programs facilitate the exchange of information, experiences, tools, guidance and support to enable HBS alumnae at all stages of their lives and careers to fully realize their individual personal and professional goals.   



  1. What a wonderful,inspirational article. You can't have open comments on your blog.

  2. My post at the top survived the first pass. Win.

  3. Dear Blythe. What has happened to the list of your charitable work? The site has expired :(
    Thxs. Laura (a fan)