Advancing Women Through Internal Corporate Networks: What Works?

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MEDIA ADVISORY
March 23, 2015

ADVANCING WOMEN THROUGH INTERNAL CORPORATE NETWORKS:
WHAT WORKS?

FINANCIAL WOMEN’S ASSOCIATION TO RELEASE REPORT & SURVEY FINDINGS
ON BEST PRACTICES OF INTERNAL WOMEN’S GROUPS

With increasing focus on employee retention and diversity, more and more companies now operate internal women’s groups (IWGs). But what works? How are they funded? And what features make them most successful?

The Financial Women’s Association (FWA) will release a report based on a survey of both its 22 corporate partners and women at large. The report is believed to be the first of its kind focused solely on these particular employee resource groups (ERGs) in the financial industry.

WHEN: Tuesday March 31, 2015

TIME: 11:00 am EST / 8:00 am PST

WHERE: In-Person or via Webcast

In-Person Offices of the Financial Women’s Association
215 Park Avenue South, Suite 215
New York, NY 10003

Webcast/Call Join webcast here.
Dial +1 (415) 655-0059
Access Code: 184-701-420
Audio PIN: Shown after joining the webinar
Webinar ID: 112-628-531

WHO: Maureen Adolf, President, FWA
Jennifer Openshaw, Executive Director, FWA
The FWA’s mission is to accelerate the leadership and success of women in the financial community across all industries.

About FWA
Founded in 1956, the FWA provides a forum to help advance the leadership of women in the financial community. The New York-based organization partners with companies to share best practices and provides opportunities for members to build their careers, meet industry leaders, earn the support of powerful women and major companies, and contribute to the next generation of female leaders. The FWA’s community activities include mentoring, scholarships and training programs that have helped over 5,000 young people. Visit our newsroom and learn about our 2015 Women of the Year Annual Dinner on May 11, 2015.



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