Helping the future women of business to become leaders and entrepreneurs is the essence of the Pioneering Women in Business (PWB) scholarship. The vision for the PWB scholarship was inspired by the memory of Joyce Caylor Lyth ’72 and implemented by her husband David Lyth ’73 in 2015.
The Lyths realized the nation needs more women in business-leadership roles. This notion is backed by data that shows nearly 60 percent of companies who were researched did not have a single female board member and nearly 50 percent did not have a female C-suite executive. To help Michigan Tech transform the future of global business leadership we are asking for help.
Visit the Superior Ideas project for more information about the scholarship and how you can make a difference.
–Bryant Weathers, Office of Advancement via Tech Today