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With Jean Wynn (MD, BNY Mellon), Krista Morgan (Founder, P2Binvestor), Vanessa Grellet (Dir. Strategic Initiatives, ConsenSys), Sallie Jian (VP Venture Capital, SeedInvest), Meredith Wood (VP Content, Fundera), Michelle Tran (Dir., Apex Clearing), Lindsay Anastasio (Artivest).
Tuesday, March 13, 2018 at 05:00 PM   Absolutely Free
Fordham University Lincoln Ctr, 140 W 62nd St

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As more women continue to assume executive & senior level positions in the financial technology industry, they bring new traits & fresh perspectives to the industry & business. But even then, female achievement of leadership roles still lags behind male counterparts.
To celebrate Women's History Month this March, the Fordham FinTech Network, in partnership with ConsenSys, Blockchain for Social Impact Coalition & Fundera, present our first annual Women in FinTech Conference on March 13, 2018 from 5:00 to 8:30 PM at Fordham University Lincoln Center (140 W 62nd St. Room G76A; New York, NY 10013).
Our event intends to highlight women in the industry, provide trends & insight in FinTech, & give advice to women who are seeking careers in the business. We encourage everyone to attend as this is an all-inclusive event open to all. It is not an effort to exclude men, but to include women.
Keynote Speakers:

Jean Wynn (Managing Director & Market Segment Lead - Corporate & Public Finance, BNY Mellon)

Krista Morgan (CEO & Co-Founder, P2Binvestor)

Vanessa Grellet (Executive Director of Enterprise & Strategic Initiatives, ConsenSys)


Sallie Jian (Vice President of Venture Capital, SeedInvest)

Meredith Wood (Vice President of Content, Fundera)

Michelle Tran (Director of Digital Wealth Sales of Apex Clearing; Head of NYC FinTech Women Meetup)

Lindsay Anastasio (Finance Manager, Artivest)

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About ConsenSys
ConsenSys is a venture production studio building decentralized applications & various developer & end-user tools for blockchain ecosystems, primarily focused on Ethereum.

The ConsenSys hub coordinates, incubates, accelerates & spawns spoke ventures through development, resource sharing, acquisitions, investments & the formation of joint ventures. These spokes benefit from foundational components built by ConsenSys that enable new services & business models to be built on the blockchain. In addition to the development of internal projects & consulting work, ConsenSys is interested in the identification, development & acquisition of talent & projects on an ongoing basis.

About Blockchain for Social Impact
Blockchain for Social Impact Coalition (BSIC) incubates, develops, & implements confederated blockchain products & solutions that can address social & environmental challenges across the United Nation's Sustainable Development Goals.
BSIC aims to inspire, federate, & create bridges between NGO's, & government agencies, foundations, impact investors, philanthropists & technologists by focusing on the following focus sectors:

Financial Inclusion
Supply Chain
Identity & Vulnerable Populations
Energy & Environment

The Blockchain for Social Impact Coalition is an initiative of ConsenSys, a venture production studio based in Brooklyn, NY.
About Fundera
Small business lending is broken-and Fundera is here to fix it. By building the most trusted marketplace in the industry, we make lenders compete for business instead of the other way around.
Small business is the backbone of our economy, & business owners deserve a partner they can trust-especially when it comes to financing. 4 out of 5 business owners get denied by banks for the loans they need to solve problems & seize opportunities, & far too many get ripped off by unregulated brokers looking for a quick buck.
With Fundera, business owners can get competing offers from dozens of the country's leading small business lenders by submitting just one application. Fundera's service is simple, transparent, & best of all? It's absolutely free. Fundera's mission: to put the power to borrow back in the hands of business owners.
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