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How to Get Your Foot into the Housing & Finance Industry: Success Stories...

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Women in Housing & Finance, Inc., in Partnership with Howard University School of Business, Present “How to Get Your Foot into the Housing & Finance Industry: Success Stories from Diverse Industry Leaders”

Women in Housing & Finance, Inc. (WHF), in collaboration with Howard University School of Business (HUSB), will host an evening featuring diverse housing and finance professionals. The event will highlight their successes and challenges and underscore potential career paths in the industry for students and young professionals. It will also serve as the fall kickoff event for the mentoring program designed by the Women in Housing & Finance, Inc. Mentorship Subcommittee, in collaboration with the WHF Young Professional Subcommittee. DC-based Industrial Bank is the event sponsor.

Cost: Free

Sponsor: Industrial Bank
4812 Georgia Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20011

Agenda:

6:00 pm – 6:15 pm Networking
6:15 pm – 6:25 pm Welcome & Opening Remarks
6:25 pm – 7:15 pm Discussion Panel
7:15 pm – 7:30 pm Q&A
7:30 pm – 8:30 pm Reception

Moderator:

Dr. Julianne Malveaux, President, Economic Education

Speakers:

Grovetta Gardineer, Senior Deputy Comptroller, OCC

Lynne Rowe, Senior Vice President, Industrial Bank

Lee Stephens, Executive Vice President, Bank of New York Mellon

About the Sponsor & Hosts:

Industrial Bank: Established in 1934, Washington, DC-based Industrial Bank is one of the largest African-American owned and operated commercial banks in the United States.

WHF: Women in Housing & Finance is a premiere non-partisan, nonprofit forum for business and policy experts to share their views and insights. Since 1979, WHF has provided outstanding opportunities to learn about housing and financial services developments, network with other professionals in the field, and meet with regulators and other government officials. The Mentoring and Young Professionals Subcommittees are arms of WHF’s Membership Committee. For more information about this and other WHF committees, click here.

Howard University School of Business: Howard University has been a model for higher education since its founding in 1867. Since 1970, Howard University School of Business (HUSB) has produced more than 1,000 distinguished MBAs prepared to meet the challenges of the global business environment. Located in the nation’s capital, the program offers a diverse cultural environment, and provides access to some of the most renowned public and private institutions in the world. The Wall Street Journal ranked the Howard MBA Program No. 2 among the best schools for hiring minorities. The program continues to be ranked No. 1 for the “Greatest Opportunities for Minority Students” and No. 5 for the “Most Competitive Students” by the Princeton Review.

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