Diversity & Inclusion

At the Carroll School of Management, we embrace and celebrate the differences in our close-knit community—differences of background, identity, perspective, and ideas. We view diversity and inclusion as markers of both ethical leadership and sound management practice. Grounded in this belief as well as Boston College's Jesuit tradition, the Carroll School is committed to fostering an inclusive environment where all students, faculty, and staff feel welcomed, accepted, and supported.

Our curriculum asks students to engage with the most urgent social and ethical questions in contemporary business, and to consider their role in promoting a more just and compassionate society. They learn that diversity is good for business, but that greater profitability and innovation are secondary benefits to promoting an inclusive community in the spirit of cura personalis, the Jesuit value of caring for the whole person.

The Carroll School’s faculty is worldly as well as world-class. They come to Chestnut Hill from all corners of the globe to share their knowledge and ideas with our students, with their academic colleagues, and with the wider business community. The work of our research centers, as well, aims to tackle some of the most complex challenges to creating an equitable and inclusive workplace and society. These include developing affordable urban housing opportunities; retiring with dignity; balancing work and family; and engaging in ethical and socially responsible corporate leadership.


Diversity News

At Boston College’s Carroll School of Management, we are one with our University and its Jesuit, Catholic tradition—which demands a deep respect for the dignity of each person and an unswerving commitment to the good of all.
Andy Boynton, John and Linda Powers Family Dean

Student Organizations

Case Competitions

Eller Ethics Case Competition

Bijoy Shah '22 (pictured), along with classmate Bozhena Kulchyckyj '22, represented Boston College at the 2022 Eller Ethics Case Competition, taking second place overall.

International Business Ethics Case Competition

Jennifer Barker '20, Katelyn Lochiatto '20, Wendy Wang '20, and Jian Zabalerio '20 came in second place for the 30 minute presentation and first place for the 90-second presentation at the three day International Business Ethics Case Competition.

Women’s Case Competition

Elizabeth Berkhan (‘22), Tess Castergine (‘21), Ashley Edmunds (‘20) and Nikki Kearney (‘21) won second place in the 2019 University of Texas Austin Women's Case Competition.

National Diversity Case Competition

Nisha Momin '21, Isabella Feliciano '23, James Kirwan '23, and Annie Li '23 made it to the final round and finished 5th in the 2021 Kelley School National Diversity Case Competition, held virtually this year due to COVID.