Please join us for the next Women Leaders in Nonprofit Finance roundtable event which will be hosted by Margarita Lorenzetti of the DC Bar. Specifically, our discussion will touch on the
Please join us for the next Women Leaders in Nonprofit Finance roundtable event which will be hosted by Margarita Lorenzetti of the DC Bar.
Specifically, our discussion will touch on the following:
- The United States ranking in the Global Gender Gap survey for 2017 was after countries such as Bangladesh, Botswana, Uganda, Mozambigue, Albania, etc. Why is the US behind these countries?
- The Pay Gap between men and women still exists (women make 78 cents for every $1 a man makes). How can women make progress towards changing this?
- Gaps related to investments and debt also exist. Are there attributes women should improve to close the gaps? Negotiation skills for debt and the art of risk taking for investing are key elements.
We hope you will join us for this lively and interactive discussion over lunch which is being generously sponsored by RBC Wealth Management.
Take advantage of this opportunity to connect with your peers, share your experiences, and learn something new!
PLEASE NOTE: This event is by invitation only and is open to nonprofit professionals only. Participation will be limited to a small group of attendees to encourage active discussion by all participants. However, if you would like to invite a colleague, or if you know of anyone else who may be interested in attending, please contact Mary Campagnolo.
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(Tuesday) 11:30 am - 1:00 pm
901 4th Street, NW, Washington DC 20001
Speakers for this event
Ms. Colladay is a partner within the Tate & Tryon’s Audit and Assurance Services practice and has worked exclusively within the nonprofit industry for 25 years. Ms. Colladay spearheaded the development of the Firm’s internal women’s initiatives network and also founded the Women Leaders in Nonprofit Finance discussion group. She is a recipient of the GWSCPA’s 2015 Women to Watch Award which is bestowed upon women who have made notable contributions to the accounting profession and the development of women as leaders.
Women Leaders in Nonprofit Finance