The Berkeley Haas MFE program is dedicated to amplifying the voices of aspiring and current women leaders in the fields of finance, data science, and technology.
We're committed to helping women launch and advance their careers, connecting them to a strong support network of alumni and industry partners, providing professional development workshops, and more. The MFE Program continually seeks ways to further the success and advancement of women in these quantitative fields and elevate women in leadership.
MFE alumnae Daniela Tobyer Bravo and Coco Tsai share their experiences in the program and how it's paving the way for women in quant finance.Read Paving the Way article
MFE Alumna Prarthana Shetty drives change in the quant finance space with her mission to democratize finance by building a platform and empowering others through Coffee Time Finance.Read article about Prarthana
Yue Chen, BS 20, MFE 23, is the first-ever Chinese national to play on a NCAA Division 1 Women’s basketball team. Chen played center for the women’s team at Cal for five years before returning to China to play professionally for 18 months. Now, the pioneering athlete is back at Berkeley with sights on becoming a Triple Bear.Read the Q&A with Yue
The MFE Admissions team looks forward to meeting you at these upcoming events.
GHC is a three-day conference designed to bring together women in computing for professional development. The MFE Program admissions representatives look forward to connecting with you at the conference. The conference will be held in Orlando, Florida this year.Learn more about the Grace Hopper Conference
SWE Conference is the world's largest conference for Women in Engineering and Technology. Join us at this conference to connect with MFE Program admissions representatives. The conference will be held in Houston, Texas this year.Learn more about the SWE Conference
Events for Current Students
We strongly encourage MFE women to apply for the Financial Women San Francisco Scholarship each year. The FWSF Scholarship Fund provides graduate scholarships to San Francisco Bay Area women pursuing careers in the fields of accounting, finance, and/or the financial services industry. Graduate students who are selected are awarded $15,000. Admitted MFE women are eligible to apply for the scholarship and are encouraged to apply for the scholarship early.
Correlation One Data Science for All/Women Fellowship is a unique fellowship program that is designed for PhD/Master’s women. Fellows will participate in a seven-week world-class technical training, professional development workshops, and mentorship from senior industry leaders. Fellows will also be connected to job opportunities from Employer Partners, with some of the top employers worldwide. Enrolled MFE women are eligible to apply for the fellowship. The application typically opens in April and closes end of May.
Aditi Narware, MFE 23
Vika Zhou, MFE 23