WASA is very proud of our 2015-2016 President, Tola Sunmonu who delivered a rousing speech at the Wharton MBA 2016 Commencement Celebration. The entire world witnessed Tola’s passion and visionary leadership, gifts that the members of WASA have enjoyed as she elevated our club to new heights this past academic year. Tola recently shared some
WASA made history at WABF23. To reflect on WASA’s record-setting conference, Shalewa Odusanya – one of the co-chairs – shared the top 10 highlights from WABF23. 1. The largest conference at Wharton. In November 2015, Wharton welcomed over 650 people for the 23rd annual Wharton Africa Business Forum “WABF23”. Our attendees were students from top
WASA drew an exciting semester to a close this year with their Annual Holiday Party!
On Wednesday, WASA held the third event of its WASA Speaker Series. Gary Lapera, of Michael Graves & Associates, led a discussion on real estate development in Africa. The talk focused on the process and the outcome of projects in Cairo and Dakar. Growth in emerging markets has changed not only the economic landscape, but
Salamu kutoka Wharton! (Swahili for ‘Greetings from Wharton’) Tiffany Gooden, Director of Recruitment & Admissions at The Wharton School, describes the Wharton Africa Business Forum as a conference that ‘highlights one of Wharton’s greatest assets: the diversity of the student body’. The piece is showcased on the Wharton MBA Admission Blog and features a post from the Admission Committee. Full