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The Moscow-based Russian Women's Financial Network (RWFN) provides technical assistance, including consulting, formal training, informal exchange opportunities, and networking opportunities.
A passionate innovator at the nexus of consumer finances and technology, Jennifer previously founded Women's Financial Network (now a division of Siebert Financial) and WeSeed, a Wall Street-meets-Facebook investment education site now used in hundreds of schools.
Olt, JD, MBA and founder of Women's Financial Network of Bedford, MA.
Openshaw, founder of Women's Financial Network and now CEO of Openshaw's Family Financial Network, appears frequently on programs such as CNN, Dr.
: Kathleen Campion, host, Bloomberg Television (Moderator) Mandee Heller, vice chairman, Women's Financial Network, Muriel Siebert & Co, Inc.
As an active member in her community, Marsha participates in New York Women's Agenda, the Board of Advisors of the Women's Leadership Initiative at Harvard's Kennedy School, the Board of the Women's Business Enterprise National Council, the Merrill Lynch Diversity Advisory Council, the American Express Open Network Advisory Council and the advisory councils of Women's Financial Network, the International Women's Forum and Enterprising Women.
today announced a targeted joint marketing agreement between Women's Financial Network at Siebert (WFN at Siebert), a wholly owned subsidiary of Siebert Financial Corp.
She serves on the Board of advisors of the Women's Leadership Initiative at Harvard's Kennedy School, the Board of the Women's Business Enterprise National Council, Women's Financial Network, and is a member of the International Women's Forum and New York Women's Agenda.