Finance Branch

The Finance Branch oversees all of Women in Business’ corporate and internal funds. Corporate capital is garnered through partnerships with respected companies across many locations and industries. Internal capital is raised through various fundraising events put on by our members. 

Capital Management

The Capital Management Committee manages and facilitates the funds used by Women in Business to support internal and external events. The Capital Management Committee is divided into two accounts: Student Organization Accounts (SOA) and Corporate. The SOA account members act as the internal treasurer for Women in Business, collecting dues, evaluating the internal budget, and managing a ledger. The SOA account members work alongside each committee to prepare budgets and facilitate invoice and reimbursement payments. The Corporate account members manage funding from corporate partners to the organization. The Corporate account members communicate with Kelley School of Business professionals to ensure the proper use of corporate funds.

Corporate Partnership

The Corporate Partnership Committee is the face of Women in Business to companies interested in formally partnering with the organization. The committee engages corporate partners in a formal partnership program, which includes access to exclusive events. The committee also plans networking trips to visit companies in nearby cities, such as Indianapolis, IN and Chicago, IL.


The Fundraising Committee is dedicated to raising capital for various WIB endeavors through different events that spark involvement from the entire club as well other campus organizations and the community.


Assurance and Internal Controls oversees WiB’s financial decisions to ensure transparency and best practices. The committee is responsible for cross checking payment requests with the budget, working with Kelley to enforce corporate funding policies and filing taxes for the organization.