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.
Wednesday, January 13, 2010 – Lohrfink Auditorium
On January 13th, students, faculty, staff and visitors gathered in the Rafik B. Hariri Building’s Lohrfink Auditorium to hear the current voice of women on Wall Street. Representing a variety of ages and experience, representatives from Barclays Capital, Credit Suisse, Deutsche Bank Securities, Inc., Goldman Sachs, JPMorgan, Morgan Stanley Smith Barney and UBS shared their stories of triumphs and tribulations as they negotiated their careers as women in business. These women addressed everything from interview tips for perspective Wall Street leaders to child care for the audience members who questioned how these women seemed to “have it all.” Following the panel discussion, that incorporated questions from the audience, everyone was invited to a networking reception in the Fisher Colloquium.
Barclays Capital – Ann Gillin Lefever, Managing Director, Equity Division
Credit Suisse – Bridget Wren, Director, Fixed Income, Interest Rate Sales Products
Deutsche Bank Securities, Inc. – Kate Cornish, Director, Global Consumer Group
Goldman Sachs – Judy Donahue, Vice President, Securities Division, Short Term Interest Rates Sales Desk
JPMorgan – Lauren Zusy, Analyst, Strategic Client Group, J.P. Morgan Asset Management
Morgan Stanley Smith Barney – Lee Corey, Senior Vice President, Financial Advisor
(Alexandria, VA office)
UBS – Rakhee Bhagat, Associate Director, Equity Capital Markets Group
Georgetown University Women’s Leaderhsip Initiative would like to thank each of the panel participants for their participation in this event. We would also like to thank Dr. Lynn Doran and Georgetown University’s chapter of the Financial Managament Association’s for their collaboration in hosting this hugely successful event.