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Globally, women are under-represented in entrepreneurship learning environments. Women’s lived experiences and perspectives are rarely reflected in course content. Courses and programs often emphasize masculinized and idealized imagery of who is an entrepreneur and what it means to be entrepreneurial. Our goal is to provide a roadmap for the design and development of entrepreneurship training and education. The research findings will help ensure that programs and courses better reflect diverse cultures, gender inclusion, and intersectional identities.

Researchers

dr. barbara orser

Dr. Barbara Orser (PI)

Deloitte Professor in the Management of Growth Enterprises,
Telfer School of Management,
University of Ottawa, Canada

dr. candida brush

Dr. Candida Brush


F.W. Olin Distinguished Professor of Entrepreneurship,
Babson College, U.S.A.

dr. amanda elam

Dr. Amanda Elam


Research Director, Center for Women's Entrepreneurial Leadership,
Babson College, U.S.A

dr. catherine elliott

Dr. Catherine Elliott

M.B.A. Program Director,
Telfer School of Management,
University of Ottawa, Canada

dr. anita shaker

Dr. Anita Shankar

The Self-Empowerment and Equity for Change Initiative (SEE Change),
Johns Hopkins University, U.S.A.

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Resources

These resources provide evidence-based insights, methodological approaches, and assessment frameworks to support inclusive EET, including our authored books and reports*.

Assessments of Ecosystem Supports

Assessments Frameworks

Mapping Entrepreneurial Ecosystems

Books

Knowledge Hubs

Case Studies

Supplier Diversity

Learning Aids

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