Past Event Highlights

If you missed any of FWSF’s women-in-finance events in San Francisco or the East Bay, click on the links below for event highlights.

Our signature events include the FWSF Financial Woman or the Year luncheon and scholarship awards ceremony.

To get more involved, see our list of upcoming events.

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Reflections of New 2020 Members on FWSF

2020 is a year none of us will soon forget. With its significant challenges, it also brought some incredible gifts. Our organization was able to achieve so much, moving so much connection and programming online, and we continue to grow. While continuing to make a difference in the lives of so many professional women in (and pursuing) financial careers, we also welcomed new members.

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Financial Women Profiles in Diversity Series: Melissa Maquilan Radic

In our allyship with the women of color in the financial services industry and our membership, we are closing the year with a series of member interviews aimed at giving us a glimpse into their career journeys, spotlighting their challenges and successes. 

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Path to the Board: Let’s Hear from Some VPs 

This is the last of three Path to the Board articles (miss the earlier ones? Check them out: Path to the Board: First Step ─ Maximize Your Membership by Joining a Committee and Path to the Board: Co-Chairs Speak Out). We’ve heard from various committee members and co-chairs about why they are involved with the organization. Scholarship Committee Co-Chair Tamarra L. Brown said it best: “Being part of the board is an opportunity to see the hard work of many dedicated members to make FWSF possible. Board members are supportive and active in all aspects of FWSF.”

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Financial Women Profiles in Diversity Series: Janeth Medina Larios

In our allyship with the women of color in the financial services industry and our membership, we are finishing out 2020 with a series of member interviews with FWSF’s women of color aimed at giving us a glimpse into their career journeys, spotlighting their challenges and successes. Janeth Medina Larios, vice president of corporate social responsibility at Bank of the West and vice president of diversity and inclusion at FWSF, is our next interview. We hope this series will help provide insight into ways that we can all better stand together and be a strong support system to one another. 

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Financial Women: Profiles in Diversity Series

In our allyship with the women of color in the financial services industry and our membership, we are finishing out 2020 with a series of member interviews aimed at giving us a glimpse into their career journeys, spotlighting their challenges and successes. We hope this series will help provide insight into ways that we can all better stand together and be a strong support system to one another. Our first interview is with our very own Olivia Barbee, 2020 President of FWSF, and a Marketing Programs Manager at Wells Fargo Bank.

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