industry – 59 years and counting.
“Through the FWA, I’ve built a strong network with smart, savvy women working at different financial services brands and in different business and functional areas. Being able to tap this network for perspective and guidance has been incredibly powerful. ”
— Linda Descano, Managing Director & Head of Branded Content & Social at Citi
“I joined the FWA because I wanted to be a part of a leading women’s organization where I could develop my skills, make a positive impact both professionally and within the community, network with peers, meet and learn from other senior professionals as well as keep abreast of information in the financial industry.”
— Hermina “Nina” Batson, MUFG, Member since 2009
- Access top industry leaders – CEOs, CIOs & more – Meet, ask questions, and learn top trends & tips to advance.
- Learn through powerful programs – From tech skills and personal branding to having impact and building a business.
- Network with peers and professionals – Online or offline, get support and build lasting relationships.
- Access Member-Only Benefits – New jobs, member directory, discounted events, and instant membership to two other organizations: The International Alliance for Women (TIAW) & the New York Women’s Agenda (NYWA).
Join for less than $1 a day. Isn’t your career worth it?
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Membership Types and Qualifications*
Full membership at $295 per year – Be a financial professional or work in a financial organization and 4 years experience or a graduate degree with 2 years experience.
Associate membership at $150 per year – Be a financial professional or work in a financial organization and has at least 1 year experience with a graduate degree or lives and works 100 miles from NYC.
Student membership at $50 per year – A full time undergraduate student, college graduates and graduate students.
*Your FWA membership may be deductible as a business expense, making your $295 investment just $179 out-of-pocket if you’re in the highest tax bracket.