Our Impact

Mentors matter. We know that every woman who receives a mentor, also receives greater professional guidance and access to social opportunity. 

87 Students Reached

Gained at least 2 lifelong personal mentors

Expanded their network internationally 

Increased their confidence across 7 professional areas

78%

of participants study a STEM or a Finance related field

Tracking Growth

73%

Average confidence increase in reaching out to professors, professionals, and icons.

50%

25%

Average confidence increase in public speaking/giving an oral presentation.

Average likelihood increase in applying for/entering into a leadership position. 

The mentoring sessions helped me to grow both personally and professionally, and taught me a range of skills, from being more confident in myself to building effective resumes.
-Malaila Safdar, U. Melbourne
Well, for me, EWAAB really is best defined by moments. It’s the meetings with my fellow mentees and my mentor. There is the coaching, for sure, but there’s also the discussions centered around our issues, or just issues in general.
-Laetitia Fokou, Ku Leuven
Throughout the year, my mentor helped me foster the mindset of owning my space, being confident in my decisions and not being afraid to dream big.
-Chanel Le Roux, U. Melbourne
Our Program Alumni

100%

Of program alumni are still in touch with their program mentors.

50%

Of former program mentees are now current mentors.

Of program alumni are still in touch with their program mentors.

Oxford
&
Comenius
KU Leuven
Melbourne
Stevens
&
William and Mary
Caltech

EWAAB believes that diversity and inclusiveness are the cornerstones of the organization's success. We are dedicated to supporting and connecting with women, nonbinary and gender non-conforming people of all races, ethnicities, religions, sexual orientations, disabilities, socioeconomic backgrounds, and nationalities.

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EWAAB is a 501(c)(3) organization.

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