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Presented in Partnership with Collaborative Women In Investment Management (WIM): 2022 Outlook for Female Leaders

Thursday, November 18 | 5:30 PM - 6:30 PM

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Overview

Explore the broad outlook for female leaders in a post-pandemic environment when you attend this flagship year-end event, hosted by our Diversity & Inclusion Forum (DIF) as part of the Collaborative Women in Investment Management (WIM) Initiative. The conversation will focus on the advancement of female leaders of all backgrounds, specifically drawing on the perspectives of women with long careers in the financial service industry and exploring how aspiring female leaders can look to elevate their careers to the executive level.

Panelists will share how their experience informs their outlook on future opportunities and challenges, taking into consideration the striking range of societal wins and losses faced by women over the course of the COVID pandemic. Register now to join the conversation.

Agenda

5:30 PM | WELCOMING REMARKS


5:35 PM | PANEL DISCUSSION


6:15 PM | Q&A


6:30 PM |  CLOSING REMARKS

Additional Details

Learning Outcomes

  • Discover lessons we can take from the pandemic on supporting women in the workplace and creating a more diverse and inclusive culture
  • Discuss the impact of the past couple of years on women’s representation in high-level roles
  • Explore actions we can take today to provide opportunities and enhance the pipeline of future women executives and to ensure the future of finance is more equitable