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NVC Series – Company profile: 4Women

Even in today’s world, start-ups that are for women, by women are surprisingly rare. So when I heard about 4Women, which is competing in this year’s NVC, I had to learn more.  Co-founded by my friend Arshiya Fazal, this start-up is going to take on the big world of healthcare and its taboos.
 
What’s more they’re a true Booth love-story!  The co-founders found each other on-campus in their first year, drawn together by their passion for healthcare. They’ve also  worked together as co-chairs for Booth’s HealthCare Group.
 
Here’s their story, and as you can tell, they’re excited and full of passion for their work. Read on to find out more about these inspiring women and their work.

Chicago: Through the Eyes of a Pokémon Go Trainer

There were countless reasons why I chose to come to Booth: flexible curriculum, variety of companies and industries that recruit on campus, rigor of the academic program… the list goes on. However, one of the biggest factors was the school’s location in the city of Chicago. Having grown up on the east coast, I wanted to explore a new city during the two years of my MBA. Booth was the perfect fit since it puts on display the best of what Chicago has to offer. Harper Center in Hyde Park is surrounded by beautiful parks, interesting Gothic architecture, and Harry Potter-esque libraries. On the other hand, Gleacher Center in downtown is located right in between the shopping district of Magnificent Mile and Cloud Gate (aka The Bean) in Millennium Park.

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You Can’t Spell University of Chicago Booth School of Business Without the University of Chicago

One of my most vivid memories of being an undergrad at the University of Chicago was graduation. Graduation here is rife with tradition – in the morning, every college gathers on the main quad for a campus-wide ceremony, complete with a bagpipe processional. Across the campus, students are quiet, excited and nervous, with one exception. Booth students treat graduation for what it is – a celebration. This means goofy additions to their caps and gowns and plenty of laughter and cheering. This is an aspect of what makes Booth so unique to me – while it retains many great University of Chicago traditions, it also has its own culture. In this post, I’d like to highlight some of the ways Booth integrates itself into the greater campus community, while still maintaining its own vibe.

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