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Upcoming Events

Unless labeled “Members Only,” all FWSF events are open to you and your guests. Online reservations are required for most events.

NOTE: We are using our new registration system. Members should log in to register. If you haven't activated your login, or if you need help, please contact Alyson at or Jean at 


Brown Bag LunchBrown Bag Lunch

Join us for the next FWSF "Brown Bag" lunch. Lunches are held on the second Tuesday of the month. These highly informal, free events are a fantastic opportunity to get to know other FWSF members, discuss work experiences, and explore mutual business opportunities.



Mentoring RoundtableMembers Mentoring Roundtables

Mentorship can take many forms, but ultimately has the power to positively impact someone's life and propel their career. The Financial Women of San Francisco (FWSF) is pleased to invite you to a members-only evening of networking and mentorship. Join us for an evening of intimate conversation with respected Bay Area leaders ready to share their experiences and provide guidance and support on a variety of topics relevant to today's rising leaders. We look forward to you joining us for this very special evening that will surely leave you inspired.



Liz Ann SondersEconomic Trends and Outlook for 2019

Featuring Liz Ann Sonders, Senior Vice President, Chief Investment Strategist, Charles Schwab & Co., Inc.

Please join us for a "fireside chat" with Liz Ann Sonders, who will give her views on the economic outlook for 2019, including how economic conditions and market trends may impact individual, corporate, and institutional investment strategies. Liz Ann will be interviewed by Jennifer Ellison, CFA, Principal, BOSInvest. You will not want to miss this insightful program!



Judson Walsh Networking: The Art (and Science) of Advancing your Career

Are you ready to jump-start your career in 2019? If you're serious about striving towards the goals you set for yourself in 2019, then boosting your networking skills should be high on your list of priorities. It's no secret that networking is a cornerstone to advancing your career, but what makes for good networking? Is it simply connecting with people and hoping they can help us in some way? Probably not. When it comes to effective networking, hope is not a good strategy. Networking needs to be strategic, tactical and intentional.

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