Women in Wealth Management Panel Discussion

 

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Envestnet Institute on Campus is excited to host a panel discussion led by Cheryl Nash, President, Investment Services, Fiserv, on Monday, November 7th in the Villanova School of Business – Faculty Board Room (Bartley Hall 1030). As a board member of Envestnet Institute on Campus (EIOC), Cheryl also leads EIOC’s Women in Wealth Management, an initiative dedicated to inspire, educate and engage women with delivery of high-quality content through digital channels and experiential programs focused on the Wealth Management industry. We are also delighted to have Jocelyn Wright, State Farm Chair for Women & Financial Services and Director of the State Farm Center for Women and Financial Services at The American College and Jean Hempel, Managing Director, Brinker Capital join in on the conversation.

This interactive panel will discuss the wealth management industry climate today as well as explore career opportunities for college women who are interested in wealth management. Discover the many career paths available to you in Wealth Management—finance, technology, client experience, marketing, communications, accounting—and more. A Q&A will follow and your questions are welcomed!

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Two session options will be offered: 11:30 AM – 12:20 PM and 12:30 PM – 1:20 PM.  We look forward to seeing you.  In the meantime, should you have any questions, please contact Tricia Baxter.

Villanova Students – to register, follow the links below

11:30 AM session 
12:30 PM session 

 

 

 

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