Juliet Funt, CEO of WhiteSpace at Work, offers tips on how you can stay productive and engaged as you adjust to a remote working environment.
In this webinar by Crystal Washington, Technology Marketing Strategist & Futurist, you will explain how to leverage technology to strengthen connections with your clients and colleagues without losing your personal touch.
Leslie Sack, SFA’s Head of Government Relations, had an exclusive conversation with Congresswoman Madeleine Dean (D, PA-4) on the current state of ongoing Phase 4 legislative relief negotiations and the concerns of individuals and businesses as a res
Women in Securitization was created to support the retention and advancement of women in the structured finance industry. This initiative is led by a Steering Committee of accomplished industry women who work with our staff to develop programming that champions education and professional development. Since inception, over 3,000 men and women have joined us for networking events, roundtable discussions and industry panels. Get involved today!
WiS Membership is complimentary and open to all involved in structured finance, regardless of level, role, gender, or SFA membership status. Join the conversation and sign up for WiS membership today to enjoy:
- Early access to event programming
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Jane Fraser will become the first woman to run a major Wall Street bank, succeeding Michael Corbat as Citigroup Inc. chief executive when he retires in February.
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Jean Hynes has been named the next CEO of Wellington Management, one of the largest independent investment firms in the world with more than $1 trillion in assets under management. She will take over from Brendan Swords when he retires on June 30, 2021.
When Facebook’s Chief Operating Officer, Sheryl Sandberg, sat down to dinner with her two children this week, she endeavored to explain to them the significance of August 13, 2020. That is the exact date this year that Black women will catch up to the wages White men made in 2019.
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Clorox just named Linda Rendle as its new chief executive, bringing the number of women CEOs on the Fortune 500 list to 38 — a new record that underscores the slow pace of change at the highest levels of business.
On Wednesday, July 29, Leslie Sack, SFA’s Head of Government Relations hosted a WiS webinar and conversation with Congresswoman Madeleine Dean (D, PA-4) on the current state of ongoing Phase 4 legislative relief negotiations and the concerns of individuals and businesses as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Structured Finance Association (“SFA”) is now accepting nominations for its Board of Directors in anticipation of the annual board rotations. Please note that the nomination form is open to current SFA members in good standing only. Members may nominate themselves or another qualified industry participant.
The Benefits of SFA’s WiS Initiative
Structured Finance COO Covell Adams talks about the importance of the WiS initiative to our industry, and the key role senior leaders can play in the engagement of women in the industry.
WiS Spotlight On...
Vice President, Federal Policy & External Affairs, Rock Central | Quicken Loans
In SFA’s inaugural WiS spotlight, we feature Chrissi Johnson of Rock Central | Quicken Loans. Chrissi shares her views on how women can leverage their unique strengths to achieve their career aspirations, and the importance of celebrating women’s achievements within the industry.
The support of our sponsors allows us to continue to bring the best programming and resources to our WiS members. WiS sponsorship opportunities provide several tiers for corporate institutions and individuals to determine how they can best support and sponsor this important initiative.
Corporate sponsorship packages
Corporate sponsorship is renewable annually and provides a range of benefits at each level.
Individual supporter packages
WiS also provides the opportunity for individuals to support this important initiative, while receiving recognition and special benefits for their financial contribution. Supporter status is renewable annually.
To learn more about WiS and the opportunities to support this initiative, please email [email protected].