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Financial Women of San Francisco has been making news in business and financial circles for more than 60 years. Scan the articles below to see all the ways we advance the success of today’s women in finance throughout the Bay Area.

In Memoriam of Cynthia Parker

It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of a Financial Women of San Francisco’s long-time member, Cynthia Parker. Cynthia had a huge passion for promoting the advancement of women in finance and helped our organization’s mission through her involvement on a number of committees including Sponsorship, Marketing, and most recently the East Bay Programs Committee. We encourage all members to participate in our LinkedIn group and our Facebook page. Check out our daily posts and LIKE and SHARE. Let’s build a community.

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FWSF’s Commitment to Diversity and Inclusion

FWSF has made a commitment to diversity and inclusion (D&I), but how diverse an organization are we today? Hopefully, by the time you read this newsletter, you’ll already have participated in our short membership survey, designed to help us identify who we are now and how we might make our organization more welcoming to everyone.

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Go Social: Share, Engage and Help FWSF Grow

Let’s network, share knowledge and connect with each other by actively engaging on FWSF’s social media platforms. We encourage all members to participate in our LinkedIn group and our Facebook page. Check out our daily posts and LIKE and SHARE. Let’s build a community.

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FWSF Members: Winter 2018

In 2017, the FWSF had a record-breaking year, raising significantly more funds for scholarships, primarily from the efforts of Robin Washington, our 2017 Financial Woman of the Year honoree.

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New Winds in the Financial Services Industry: Legal, Regulatory and Technology Developments and the Road Ahead

Financial Women of San Francisco (FWSF) co-hosted this annual industry leadership event on March 13 with the San Francisco Bank Attorneys Association and the Financial Institutions Committee of the California Lawyers Association. Despite challenging weather conditions, approximately 130 people attended this program, held once again at the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco. Attendees included a mix of lawyers and other financial services industry professionals. Networking before the event and during the break provided a chance to exchange perspectives on the topics covered and to make new connections.

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