Wednesday, October 26, 2016

Day 2 Executive Womens Forum Conference

Those of us who wanted to engage in such a discussion began at breakfast with an honest conversation on how to support and promote women of color in our professions.  Ours was an especially lively conversation featuring women from Bloomberg, the Santa Fe Institute, from the Department of Energy, from Wells Fargo, JPMorgan Chase, and from Fannie Mae, among others.

Breakfast was followed keynote address by Susan Keating fro the National Foundation for Credit Counseling, who went back to her days as a CEO in banking to describe risk architectural components in a large trading loss: people, processes, systems, data and reporting, and culture.

Now I'm listening to a marvelous panel on e-discovery, which features two jurists as well as an interactive "You Be the Judge" exercise.  Just excellent.

The panel I'm on this afternoon features Patty O'Boyle from Wells Fargo and CEO Galina Datskovsky.  Can't wait to hear what they have to say.

I'll add to this blog later this afternoon after I hear others speak.  But it's clear this is an excellent conference.

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