What would you do if you had no limits?

Discover a Life Without Limits

Is this the right time in your career to do an EMBA? Is this something that you deserve to do? Are you doing the right thing by your family?

Hear from INSEAD alumnae who have lived through these challenges, and their advice on how to overcome the obstacles and barriers to pursue professional growth.

What does Limitless mean to you?

Financial inclusion has advanced tremendously in recent years, yet two billion people globally remain unbanked. As a leader in digital financial services and Fintech, I am able to pioneer efforts that democratise access to financial services, which significantly contribute to socio-economic empowerment for the underserved, particularly women.

Topyster Muga
TechWomen Fellow 2017
Board Advisor, African Women in FinTech & Payments

We live in a world of constraints—some are physical, some cultural but they are always personal. Lack of time, fear, stereotypes and self-doubt are just some of its manifestations.

These mindsets limit our human potential to achieve great things in life and hinder experiences that not only enrich ourselves but also benefit society at large.

Limitless celebrates women who have dared to push beyond their own limits and conquer obstacles in their lives.

Powering social enterprise with technology can be a potent agent of change. Through mobile technology, smallholder farmers in Africa can get access to commodity markets, finance and information, which are vital to escaping the poverty trap. I am proud to be part of this revolution.

Hillary Miller-Wise
Social Entrepreneur, Mother
Long-Distance Runner
INSEAD Executive MBA 2011

The INSEAD Woman:
Pushing the Limits since 1967

In 1967, INSEAD became one of the first business schools to admit women to its MBA programme when it welcomed Hélène Ploix and Solange Perret to the Fontainebleau campus.

To honour this 50-year milestone, the school is also launching iW50 at INSEAD: a celebration in which we honour the women of the school, while reaffirming a commitment to equip them for success at every career stage and in every organisation.

Having moved four countries in the last five years, I experienced first-hand, the lack of community support available for young immigrant women. This motivated me to bring women from different backgrounds together and empower them with resources to help them reintegrate into the workforce, and find a renewed sense of purpose in what they do.

Jeanne Kirwan
Board of Director at New Women New Yorkers
Active Volunteer, Biking & Yoga Enthusiast

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