Molly Greenberg is the community content manager for MBA@UNC, UNC Kenan-Flagler's online MBA degree. Molly has a background in journalism, specializing in education technology, education policy, business, and higher education lifestyle coverage. In her free time, Molly enjoys cooking, running, playing soccer, traveling, identifying grammar mistakes, and reading in-depth profiles of fascinating startup founders.


100 Years of Feminist History Explained in 10 Women’s Work Suits

1950s Working Woman

These 10 illustrations of women’s work suits are a testament to the evolution of feminism from 1910 to current day.

Ads & the Female Fan Base

In the male-centric sports world, women have largely been an afterthought. But thanks to the growing purchasing power of women — who control 70 to 80 percent of consumer purchases — they are no longer sitting on the sidelines of sports marketers’ minds.

MBA@UNC Global Immersion: Detroit - Day Three

Day three of the Detroit immersion included the semi-final and final consulting track presentations and a closing speech from the new CEO of Shinola, Tom Lewand.

MBA@UNC Global Immersion: Detroit - Day Two

Day two of the Detroit immersion included two urban development classes led by professors Emil Malizia and Jim Johnson as well as a visit to the Henry Ford Museum.

MBA@UNC Global Immersion: Detroit - Day One

Day one of the Detroit immersion included an innovation and entrepreneur tour of "Motor City" and a tour of Ford Field — home of the Detroit Lions — for dinner and a tour of the football stadium.

The Neuroscience of Motivation

Kimberly Schaufenbuel, program director at UNC Executive Development, explains how the science of motivation in the brain can be applied to improve employee motivation in the workplace.