In celebration of Women’s History Month, NASDAQ has invited the FWA to once again ring the closing bell on Monday, March 6th, 2017.
In honor of the occasion, Ria Davis, Executive Director, rang the Closing Bell.
Photography by Christopher Galluzzo / Nasdaq, Inc.
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About Financial Women’s Association of New York (FWA)
Founded in 1956, the Financial Women’s Association of New York, Inc. works collaboratively with leading firms to advance mutual goals of retention and the advancement of female professionals. The FWA presents key thought leadership events, builds performance skills and promotes valuable business connections through networking opportunities for its members. It produces annual international conferences facilitating exposure to global business and economic opportunities. In addition, the FWA gives back to the community by providing scholarships and mentoring to young professionals and students, reaching more than 6,000 individuals which helps to develop a diverse pipeline of talent.
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