TCU Neeley empowers women to excel in business. We are committed to fostering a supportive environment that champions diversity, inclusivity, and the professional growth of our female students. Grow your worth through the Neeley graduate programs and help shape the future of business. 

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Forté Foundation Member

The TCU Neeley School of Business is a proud member of the Forté Foundation, a non-profit consortium of top companies and business schools working to launch women into fulfilling, significant careers through access to business education, opportunities, and a community of successful women.

TCU Forté Fellowships

A Forté Fellow at TCU Neeley exemplifies leadership, academic excellence and a strong commitment to advancing women in business. These distinguished MBA students are selected based on their exemplary dedication to these ideals, and in return, they receive scholarships of significant value and unique opportunities for professional development.

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TCU Forté Fellows receive:

  • Full-tuition scholarship to the TCU Neeley Full-time MBA
  • Registration and subsidized travel to attend the Forté MBA Women’s Leadership Conference
  • Optional registration to the MBA Financial Services FAST Track Conference and Women of Color Leadership Symposium
  • Access to an online networking community for Forté Fellows and Fellows alumnae
  • Inclusion in the Forté Fellows résumé book, which is distributed each fall to Forté partner companies
  • Special invitations for job openings and leadership programs at Forté partner companies
  • Lifetime access to Forté's online event series – including career, professional, and leadership development topics — and access to the Forté library of on-demand recordings

Applicants are automatically considered for the Forté Fellowship.

TCU Graduate Women in Business (GWiB)

The TCU Graduate Women in Business program is part of a national non-profit dedicated to empowering graduate women in business through networking opportunities and educational information. The program seeks to propel more women into leadership positions in corporate America and to advocate for diversity in the workplace.

Welcome to TCU Graduate Women in Business (GWiB)! We host incredible speakers, alumni networking events, and social gatherings for graduate women and allies. I hope to see you at our next event to connect with the next generation of female business leaders.”

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Angela Zuniga-Taylor

Full-time MBA class of 2025
President, TCU Graduate Women in Business