Co-sponsored by Georgetown University’s chapter of the Financial Management Association, the Women on Wall Street event provides students with the opportunity to hear the current voice of women on Wall Street. Representing a variety of ages and experience, representatives from various companies share their stories of triumphs and tribulations as they negotiated their careers as women in business.
Thursday, January 10, 2013 – Lohrfink Auditorium
What does it take to get to the top? How does a success-oriented woman manage the age old career-life balance in today’s corporate environments? Over 120 undergraduate and graduate students from Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business gathered on January 10th to listen to several women who have navigated this terrain.
The seven inspiring panelists were alumnae of the undergraduate and graduate programs at Georgetown University and its McDonough School of Business, as well as the George Washington University. They represented financial institutions such as Barclays, Credit Suisse, Goldman Sachs and Jefferies. Professor of the Practice Lynn Doran posed questions such as “What does work-life balance mean to you?” and “What advice can you give our students as they apply for highly competitive positions at your firms?” The conversation was honest and energetic.
Bank of America Merrill Lynch
Barclays Capital Citibank
Credit Suisse Goldman Sachs
Jefferies Morgan Stanley
At the elegant reception following the panel, attendees interacted with panelists for over an hour. Attendees remarked on the caliber and candor of the panel discussion. A board member of the FMA said that she was “thrilled to be able to hear from such great role models”.
The annual “Women on Wall Street” event was co-hosted by The Georgetown University Women’s Leadership Initiative and the Georgetown Financial Management Association.