Institute for Women’s Leadership announces Women and Money webinar series, starting Sept. 30

Sept. 27, 2021

Institute for Women's LeadershipMILWAUKEE — The Institute for Women’s Leadership at Marquette University has announced a three-part webinar series, Women and Money, focused on topics of women and capital investments, ownerships and financial intelligence. Each webinar features a panel of financial industry professionals sharing their experiences and advice to educate and empower women to follow in their path of success.

Thursday, Sept. 30 – Women and Capital Investments (Registration available online)

A panel of seasoned angel investors and entrepreneurs will gather to share expertise on how to make and access capital investments, as well as unlock more opportunities for women to lead and grow through investing.

Thursday, Oct. 28 – Women and Ownership (Registration available online)

With ownership comes more opportunities for financial freedom, which historically have been withheld from women. Panelists will talk about the impact of women-owned and women-operated businesses on the economy and how you can work towards both.

Thursday, Dec. 2 – Women and Financial Intelligence (Registration available online)

So much more goes into the power that money holds than making and sticking to a budget. The closing session of this series will feature a panel of financial advisors and experts discussing what women need to know to better steward their financial destiny.

Each of the virtual events will begin at noon. More information on these and all IWL events is available on the event page.

The Institute for Women’s Leadership builds upon Marquette University’s historic role as the first coeducational Catholic university in the world beginning in 1909. The mission of the IWL is to advance women’s leadership locally and globally through pioneering research, innovative programming and collaborative engagement.

About Kevin Conway

Kevin Conway

Kevin is the associate director for university communication in the Office of University Relations. Contact Kevin at (414) 288-4745 or