Category: Event Recap
On December 14, 2017, the Women in Pensions Network held a fantastic lunch event at the American Funds office in Indianapolis featuring Kathy Kersten, a Gallup Certified Strengths Coach, discussing Career Well-Being. During Kathy’s interactive presentation, she had everyone ask themselves a very important question, “Do you like what you do each day?” This really
On Wednesday, Oct 25, WiPN’s New York City chapter, held a yoga and networking event to honor breast cancer awareness month. There was a Yoga class which we asked for suggested donations to Breast Cancer Research, and then a networking event thereafter which was co-sponsored by a few DCIO partners. This was our 4th event
The WiPN Baltimore Regional event was held at the lovely Center Club on Spetrember 28th. The 20+ ladies in attendance were treated to T. Rowe Price head of RPS Relationship Management, Suzanne Ricklin’s non traditional career story. Suzanne has approached her career as a jungle gym, not a ladder and has always sought to develop
Boston’s WiPN Chapter is on fire, with a big crowd at a luncheon with Anne Ackerley from Blackrock. Many thanks to Ruchi Tripathi and Diane Rzepecki, Regional Chapter Chairs, for planning the event and continuing to expand the Boston chapter. And Tina Sanchez, our host and longtime WiPN supporter and former Board member, made some great
On Wednesday, July 26th, WiPN’s New York City chapter, celebrated the summer on a sunset boat cruise on the Hudson. The co-ed 80 person gathering was organized by NYC co-chairs, Lydia Jun and Val Ferrara, and successfully raised money and food donations for nonprofit, Fiorenza’s Food for Friends. The event’s attendees and its eight sponsors
20 ladies attended WiPN’s brunch at PlanSponsor National Conference in D.C. WiPN’s membership chair, Christina Stauffer, gave a WiPN overview and talked about the regional chapters; Gwen Paness from ARA volunteered to head a Washington DC chapter! Everyone went around the room and give us their name, firm, role and a fun fact. That (and the mimosas!) broke
The first Nashville event was a success, attendees heard from Robin Green, with the help of Principal’s Cindy Kennedy, she efficiently delivered her presentation, and sill made it on time to her flight. Mary Jo Innis and Lori Williams, co-chairs for the Nashville chapter of WiPN introduced Board member, Christina Stauffer. She spoke about the organization
On Wednesday, October 5th ladies gathered at the Boston regional event for networking and food before settling down to listen to speaker Sarah Stahl. Sarah is a managing director for MDT Advisors (a Federated Advisory Company) but she started her career in the manufacturing and the auto industries. Sarah gave the story of her circuitous
The Baltimore regional event took place on Wednesday, September 28, 2016 at Wit & Wisdom in downtown Baltimore. Organized by Daniella Moiseyev, the event focused on networking and learning more about the local female colleagues in attendance. After delicious drinks and appetizers were served, the attendees broke out into small group conversations for “speed networking”
On Wednesday, September 21, WiPN hosted a webinar for all members. The topic was, “Coaching for Success: Are You Playing to “Win” or Playing “Not to Lose?” and it was presented by Dr. Denise Federer, a speaker, consultant, coach and psychologist based out of Tampa, FL. Dr. Federer works with individuals, executives and corporations to
On Sunday, September 11, 2016, approximately 30 professional women across the retirement plan industry gathered to do what WiPN does best – connect! Although the event was geared towards women, a special guest appearance was made by GRPAA industry Viking Bill Chetney and his gang. This move reinforced WiPN’s goal of becoming more inclusive and
WiPN members gathered in both Boston and Los Angeles recently for exciting regional networking events.
A Financial Wellness Panel with preeminent experts from across the industry delivered impactful stories and executable plans of action. Jania Stout, Barbara Delaney, and Liz Davidson made up this powerhouse panel, delivering their stories of how employee education and a-ha moments led them down their current career paths.