The WCN Story
Women’s Career Network was founded in 2015 in Stockholm, Sweden, by eight motivated young women, determined and inspired to take action on the issue of gender equality in the workplace, where globally, women remain a minority in senior positions.
Our founders saw an opportunity to provide a space for ambitious and passionate business and law students to make meaningful connections with like-minded peers, career mentors, and top-tier companies. By working together to uplift and empower one another, WCN aims to contribute to a movement towards a higher percentage of women in leading positions in the workforce.
WCN is committed to offering multi-faceted opportunities for women to connect with one another and further their careers through various events and one-on-one mentorship with senior professionals. After graduation, members can stay connected and support one another through our network, WCN Professionals.
Since 2015, WCN has expanded from Stockholm to Brisbane, and is currently thriving in Sweden, Finland and Australia.
The Advisory Board consists of selected professionals and serves to guide and support the development and future of the organisation.
We look forward to making a positive contribution to the development of the network and we see it as a fantastic opportunity to meet driven, hungry and curious students.
Roschier is a proud sponsor of Women's Career Network, simply because we share the same vision – to help provide possibilities and opportunities for passionate, ambitious and driven female law students.
Mannheimer Swartling is a proud sponsor of Women's Career Network. We look forward to contributing to the network and helping to provide opportunities to competent and ambitious law students.
Baker McKenzie is a global law firm made up of individuals from around the world with diverse backgrounds, ideas and perspectives. Gender equality, diversity and inclusion make our global team stronger.
SEB believes in positively shaping the future. We are a proud sponsor of Women's Career Network because we believe that an inclusive and diverse society and workforce are crucial to achieving that goal.