UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School

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UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School

UNC Carolina Women in Business


Mission | Leadership Team | Membership Benefits | Major Events


Carolina Women in Business (CWIB) provides the women of UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School with opportunities for career and community development and networking opportunities in preparation for their post-MBA journeys.

Leadership Team

Darden Callaway - President

Darden is a class of 2017 MBA student concentrating in Corporate Finance. Prior to Kenan-Flagler Business School, Darden graduated from Davidson College with honors in History and worked as an investment banking analyst at RBC Capital Markets. This summer, Darden will be joining the Investment Banking Division of Wells Fargo Securities in Charlotte.

Contact: Darden_Callaway@kenan-flagler.unc.edu

Apoorva Nivargi - Executive Vice President

Apoorva is a class of 2017 MBA student. Apoorva graduated from College of Engineering Pune, India, as a Bachelor of Technology in Computer Engineering. Prior to Kenan Flagler Business School, Apoorva spent three years at Credit Suisse, in the Systematic Market Making Group, where she provided quantitative, analytic and software support to the market-making traders. Apoorva will now be concentrating in Corporate Finance.

Contact: Apoorva_Nivargi@kenan-flagler.unc.edu

Elise Radolf - VP of Finance

Prior to attending Kenan-Flagler Business School, Elise worked as an associate at Landmark Partners, a private equity firm focused on secondary investments. Elise is from Avon, CT and graduated from University of Connecticut with a Bachelors of Science in Business Administration. This summer, Elise will be joining William Blair in Chicago, IL as an equity research intern. 

Contact: Elise_Radolf@kenan-flagler.unc.edu

Josephine Manlangit - VP of Communications

Josephine Manlangit graduated from Saint Mary’s College in California and studied Marketing. Prior to business school, Josephine worked in the retail industry for Target’s Leadership Development Program. This summer she will be joining Goldman Sachs' Investment Management Division in San Francisco.

Contact: Josephine_Manlangit@kenan-flagler.unc.edu


Jill Murphy - VP of Corporate Relations

Jill is a class of 2017 MBA student concentrating in Operations Management and Healthcare. Prior to Kenan-Flagler Business School, Jill graduated from UCLA with a degree in Economics, and went on to work as a Compensation and Benefits Analyst. This summer, Jill will be joining Deloitte as a Strategy and Operations Intern Consultant.

Contact: Jill_Murphy@kenan-flagler.unc.edu

Laura Hensler - VP of Corporate Relations

Laura is a class of 2017 MBA student concentrating in Corporate Finance. Prior to Kenan-Flagler Business School, Laura worked in Risk Assurance at PwC in Indianapolis. Laura graduated from Indiana University with degrees in Accounting and Information and Process Management. This summer, Laura will be joining the Investment Banking Division of Bank of America Merrill Lynch in New York City. 

​Contact: Laura_Hensler@Kenan-Flagler.unc.edu

Kelsey Odom - VP of Learning & Development

odomKelsey Odom graduated with honors from Georgia Southern University with a Bachelors of Arts in Political Science and spent the past 7 years working in Washington, DC at a boutique political consulting firm. Kelsey is involved in the following Kenan-Flagler clubs and Committees: Carolina Women in Business VP of Learning and Development, Sports & Entertainment VP of Corporate Sponsorship, Business Technology VP of Alumni and Corporate Relations, Social Committee Liaison. This summer, Kelsey will be joining Goldman Sachs as a Summer Associate in their Investment Management division in the Atlanta office. 

​Contact: Kelsey_Odom@kenan-flagler.unc.edu

Richa Sharma - VP of Learning & Development

Prior to Kenan-Flagler, Richa worked in Private Wealth Management with HSBC Bank and Citibank. She graduated in Finance from Symbiosis International University. This summer, she will be joining the Investment Banking Division of Barclays in New York.

Contact: Richa_Sharma@kenan-flagler.unc.edu

Gia Vosilla - VP of Conference Planning

Gia Vosilla graduated from Villanova University in 2010 with a BA in Economics. She spent the last 5 years at Morgan Stanley in Manhattan selling fixed income and structured products. Gia is currently concentrating in Real Estate Finance and Development and will be interning at The JBG Companies in Washington, DC this summer.

Contact: Gia_Vosilla@kenan-flagler.unc.edu

Jane Chaffee - VP of Conference Planning

Jane is a 2017 MBA/MS Public Health dual-degree student, who also attended UNC Chapel Hill for her undergraduate education. Prior to graduate school, she worked as an operations manager within a healthcare law firm in Washington, DC and joined Allscripts Healthcare in Business Development for her Public Health summer internship. This summer, Jane will be joining Takeda Pharmaceuticals in Cambridge, MA and looks forward to a cool, New England summer

Contact: Jane_Chaffee@kenan-flagler.unc.edu

Gursheen Kaur - VP of Conference Planning

Gursheen is a class of 2017 MBA student concentrating in Marketing. Prior to attending Kenan-Flagler Business School, Gursheen worked at ZS Associates as an Associate consultant. Gursheen graduated from Indian Institute of Technology, Roorkee. This summer, Gursheen will be joining marketing analytics team at The Clorox Company.

Contact: Gursheen_Kaur@kenan-flagler.unc.edu

Bridget Dean - VP of Social Affairs

deanOriginally from Chapel Hill, Bridget moved to New York City to attend NYU. In the years leading up to business school, Bridget worked as an Account Manager for digital ad agencies in New York and Raleigh, and most recently supported ecommerce businesses with email marketing at Bronto Software in Durham. After school, she is planning on making the switch to the other side of the fence in an in-house marketing role within technology. As a former all-girl a cappella group member, she is a huge fan of singing 90's R&B and beat boxing. Most importantly though, Bridget is a Tar Heel, and loves to BEAT DOOK. Go Heels!

Contact: Bridget_Dean@kenan-flagler.unc.edu

Rebecca Kaye - VP of Women's Initiatives

Rebecca is a class of 2017 MBA student concentrating in Corporate Finance. Prior to attending Kenan-Flagler Business School, Rebecca worked as a corporate paralegal in Washington, D.C. Rebecca graduated from the University of Virginia with a Bachelors in Economics. This summer, Rebecca will be joining McKesson's finance team.  

Contact: Rebecca_Kaye@kenan-flagler.unc.edu

Robbie Saclarides - VP of External Outreach

Robbie is originally from Charlotte, North Carolina. She completed her undergraduate education at the University of Virginia majoring in Environmental Thought & Practice and Spanish. After college she worked with Gensler in New York City joining the architecture firm’s consulting studio as a design strategist. She returned to UNC Kenan-Flagler to obtain her MBA, concentrating in Real Estate and plans to work in real estate development upon graduation in 2017. 

Contact: Robbie_Saclarides@kenan-flagler.unc.edu

Laura Bartos - VP of External Outreach

Laura Bartos graduated from Johns Hopkins University in 2013 with degrees in Public Health and Sociology. Prior to business school, she taught 8th grade science with Teach for America in Charlotte, NC. She is pursuing concentrations in Real Estate and Corporate Finance and is interning at Welltower, a health care REIT, this summer.

Contact: Laura_Bartos@kenan-flagler.unc.edu

Tim Ryan - MVP (Male VP)

Tim Ryan is a graduate of Williams College and most recently worked as a Management Consultant across the Technology, Healthcare, Defense, and Industry Technology industries. Upon graduation from UNC Kenan-Flagler, Tim expects to work in a general management role with an emphasis on marketing. In his free time, he likes to be active: swimming, biking, and running. 

Contact: Timothy_Ryan@kenan-flagler.unc.edu

Membership Benefits

Carolina Women in Business (CWIB) aims to further enhance each woman's business school experience by providing career-related and community-focused programming. Annually, the organization leverages its professional relationships with its corporate sponsors and alumnae to give current women the opportunity to network in a more intimate setting for internships and full-time jobs. The club also aims to foster solidarity among current women and alumnae.

: Mock Interviews, Industry & Function Overviews (with companies that come to campus specifically recruit more women), Coffee Chats with recruiters

Community Involvement: Mock Interviews and mentorship program (for undergraduate women), Habitat for Humanity

Conferences: Annual Carolina Women in Business Conference

Social: Welcome Brunch, CWIBtini, CWIB Golfing Event, Second Year Send-Off/Adieu, CWIB Brunch

Major Events

Fall Semester:

  • Welcome Brunch
  • Women in Function (Q&A Panel Series)
  • Annual Carolina Women in Business Conference
  • CWIBtini
  • CWIB Mock Interviews
  • Habitat for Humanity
  • Self Defense Class
  • Career Launch (undergraduate women mentorship program)

Spring Semester:

  • Annual CWIB Golf Tournament
  • Negotiation Strategies for Women
  • Second-Year Send Off/Adieu
  • CWIB Brunch (admitted women)

Learn More

CWIB website