Programming and Events

FintechWomen programming:

Let’s Start with Allies! How can men be allies for gender equity in fintech? Register for our 2019 inaugural event,  on March 12th to hear from advocates and ideate to offer practical, adoptable solutions.
Our host for the evening is the  Stephen D. Cutler Center for Finance and Investment at Babson College’s Boston Campus.

In an interactive two part program, hear practitioners and active advocates of inclusion, Dan NewPaul Brassil, and Vasilious Roussos talk with Constance Armstrong about the role of allies in building gender equity in fintech.
Then, in workshop mode engage with an ally-leader and fellow attendees to ideate and offer practical, easily adoptable solutions.

More details

Blockchain 101 on Feb 5th with General
Assembly, Women in Blockchain, Women of
Color in Blockchain

A panel on the history and future of blockchain.
Join us as we cut through the hype and discuss
why blockchain just might be the next great
coordinating technology.

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Our partners are hosting:

FintechWomen is pleased to support the 2019
MIT Fintech Conference
as a community sponsor.
This year the conference, one of the nation’s
largest student-run fintech events allows us to
imagine: What is the next generation of Fintech?

The relationship provides FintechWomen
members a discounted registration. Write to for details.

Please promote the partner event within your

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Our partners are hosting:

FintechWomen is pleased to support Xconomy & World Frontiers Forum for Net@50: The Roots and Future of the Internet.

(In bold) FintechWomen get 25% discount to the event. Use code FintechWomen

Net@50 is a special gathering taking a critical look at the Internet today and where it’s heading. How did the Internet arise to change the world—and where is it heading? Given the state of tech and society, what are the best ways to curb misinformation and other challenges, and the harm it can bring? The conference features an unprecedented combination of the pioneers who built the Internet and some of the leading visionaries shaping it. View details and the full speaker list.

Details: Tuesday, July 16,  12:30 – 6:30 pm. Followed by a gala dinner from 7- 9:30 pm.

Location: MIT Media Lab, Cambridge MA / Café ArtScience, Cambridge MA

Register here.