Let’s Start with Allies

How can men be allies in building gender equity in fintech? Hear from active advocates, ideate to offer practical, adoptable solutions
About this Event
We are thrilled to announce FintechWomen’s 2019 inaugural program Let’s Start with Allies on Tuesday, March 12th!

Our host for the program is the Stephen D. Cutler Center for Investments and Finance at Babson College. The program will be held at Babson College’s Boston Campus.

Why allies? As we engage with the community, the women give us a treasure of ideas on what can be done to change the paradigm. Men offer their wholehearted support, and on the heels ask : What can we do to help? What should we do?

The interactive two-part program is designed to provide solutions:

– Part 1: Advocates and practitioners of inclusion take stage to discuss gender diversity in fintech, particularly why and how men can be critical allies in the building of gender equity in the industry.

– Part 2: In workshop mode, each table of 5-7 attendees along with an ally-leader will ideate and offer practical and easily adoptable solutions. We will continue the dialogue online, with the solutions and other resources available and updated on our website

The panel will be moderated by:

Constance Armstrong, Executive Director, The Boston Club

Along with panelists:

Dan New, New England Financial Services Growth Markets and FinTech Leader, EY

Paul Brassil, VP IT, Boston Fed Reserve

Vasilious Roussos, Managing Director, DCU Fintech Innovation Center

When: Tuesday, March 12th, 2019

Networking: 5:30pm to 6:00pm

Panel Discussion: 6:00 to 7pm

Ideation: 7:00 to 7:45pm


Stephen D. Cutler Center for Investments and Finance

Babson College, 100 High Street, Boston, MA 02110

The Babson ground floor suite may be accessed directly on Federal Street. Click here for directions.

Why should you attend?

It goes without saying that we welcome women and men to the discussion. At FintechWomen, our fundamental focus is to provide women in the fintech ecosytem a safe forum for professional and personal advancement. We also deeply believe that gender equity can only be achieved if all are committed to changing the institutional structures. If, like us, you are passionate about making the fintech ecosystem more inclusive, join us in thinking about methods and tools to change the paradigm. Tell us how you think change can be achieved.


If you are not able to register here, send us an email at info@fintechwomenusa.com

Safety regulations at the venue requires us to manage the number of attendees. If you have registered and your plans change, please let us know at info@fintechwomenusa.com by March 10th. This will allow us to invite those on the wait list.

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