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July 2019

Xconomy and World Frontiers Forum host Net@50

July 16, 2019 @ 12:30 pm - 6:30 pm
MIT Media Lab, Cambridge MA / Café ArtScience, Cambridge MA / Café ArtScience, Cambridge MA
Cambridge MA, United States
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FintechWomen supports:  Xconomy & World Frontiers Forum for Net@50: The Roots and Future of the Internet. FintechWomen community gets 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,…

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August 2019

Innovation Success Stories: Surround Insurance

August 6, 2019 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
DCU Fintech Innovation Center, 695 Atlantic Ave 9th Floor, Boston, MA 02111, USA
Boston, MA 02111 United States
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Collaboration Series  Register here Co-hosted with DCU Fintech Innovation Center Meet Kate Terry, the co-founder of Surround Insurance.  Surround is a DCU 2019 cohort member and a 2019 Mass Challenge Fintech winner(!) poised to dramatically change the Finance and Insurance industries with customized offerings for modern urban professionals. Learn about Surround’s journey from concept to product in the digitized world of finance. Join us to understand why economic changes have left this demographic underserved, why…

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September 2019

Women. Fintech. Career Pathways.

September 11, 2019 @ 5:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Sargent Hall, Suffolk University, 120 Tremont Street
Boston, 02108 United States
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Register here! Co-hosted with Suffolk University during Boston Fintech Week 2019. @ Sargent Hall, Suffolk University Fintech curious? Fintech career curious?! Join us as we celebrate women who have built new and successful careers in financial technologies.  Catalina Camoscio leads us into an evening that showcases professionally challenging and satisfying careers in fintech for women.  Hear these journeys if you are (re)drafting your career plan for your first role, planning a transition, or want to…

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November 2019

Women. Fintech. Designing Your North Star

November 2, 2019 @ 9:30 am - 3:30 pm
Sargent Hall, Suffolk University, 120 Tremont Street
Boston, 02108 United States
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Fact: Technology and innovation is transforming Financial Services.  Successful transformations need knowledgeable, proficient, flexible and diverse workforce.  Skillsets needed to be successful in a period of change are different.  To register, click here. FintechWomen has designed a learning conference in partnership with Suffolk University.  This is the first in the series to provide women with different skills and the confidence to use them!  Our 2020 programming includes a regular series of reskilling and upskilling mini-conferences. Join…

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January 2020

Innovation Success Stories: Aimee Goodwin, Payments Strategy, Flywire

January 9 @ 5:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Goodwin Procter Boston 100 Northern Avenue Boston, MA 02210, Goodwin Procter Boston 100 Northern Avenue Boston, MA 02210
Boston, MA 02210 United States
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Collaboration Series  Register here Co-hosted with Goodwin Law We are thrilled to have Aimee Goodwin join us on January 9th for the next in the Innovation Success Series. Aimee owns Payments Strategy and Growth at Flywire.  Along with our hosts Goodwin Law (no relation - in case you are wondering!)  We are incredibly lucky that Aimee will join us on the 9th and give us an insider view to one of Boston's unicorns - Flywire.  Even more, her own…

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April 2020

Barbara Russell, Fintech & Speed to Economic Recovery

April 2

As women and professionals with an interest in all things fintech, we must assess what the role of technology will be on the road to economic recovery? On the personal side of this, the universal acceptance of working from home with all its quirks in just a couple of weeks is truly remarkable. To talk with us about the many sides of life, work and business, we are excited to have financial services veteran and…

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FintechWomen Virtual

April 22 - September 30

The unprecedented nature of this pandemic is new for all of us. Today’s normal was unthinkable a couple of months ago. In early March, at FintechWomen, we were getting ready to share a programming calendar for the rest of this year and 2021.   The access to technology has made our response to the pandemic different from the more recent other crises in 2008 and 2001.  Which brought more questions: are we better equipped to…

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May 2020

Laurel Egan Kenny, Branding U: Your Personal Brand in Today’s World of FinTech

May 6

Laurel Egan Kenny, President of Turningpoint Communications joins FinTechWomen for a virtual discussion about your personal brand in light of current events. We’ll review the role of personal brands in purposefully helping fintechs and fintech professionals adapt through unsettling uncertainty. This moderated, open discussion addresses questions such as "Do personal brands have a role in speeding up the economic recovery?" and "What does it take to strengthen your value-driven brand at a time when Covid19…

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Alessia Falsarone, Pandemics, Market Trends & Fintech Innovation

May 22

In this latest installment, FintechWomen and innovative investment visionary, Alessia Falsarone, consider how the findings of the recently published CeFPro 2020 FinTech Leaders Report stand up to our new reality post-pandemic. This moderated, open discussion addresses questions such as will COVID19 draw the global community of fintech innovators to re-think predicted market trends? Are there new questions that need to be asked? Which market assumptions are no longer valid?   This event has passed, to…

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June 2020

Gretchen Wilson, Why COVID Will Teach You What Beer Taught Me

June 3

On Wednesday, June 3rd, join FintechWomen Board Member, Catalina Camoscio as she hosts Gretchen Wilson, Co-Founder, Capital Access for ALL, in “Why COVID Will Teach You What Beer Taught Me”. COVID has forced unimagined change upon us, and for some the change has felt overwhelming. So what can we learn from people who thrive amidst change and even reinvent themselves in the process? And, what does Beer have to do with Fintech? This moderated, open…

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