Banking and the Economy: A Forum for Women in Banking
About this event
Nearly 120 women in senior level or high-potential middle management positions in the banking industry were nominated by their organization's president or CEO to attend this event, which addressed topics critical to bankers today.
- A regional economic update
- Regional banking conditions
- Creating and cultivating diverse networks, teams and boards
Attendees also received information about Federal Reserve resources available to bankers and had the opportunity to develop a professional network with Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City staff and with other attendees.
The event took place October 8, 2015, at the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City – Denver Branch.
Presentations from the event are available on the agenda tab. View photos from the event.
Welcome, Opening Remarks and Emerging Trends in the Regional Economy
An update on the regional economy.
Vice President and Branch Executive, Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City – Denver Branch
“Advancement Strategies for Women Leaders”
Vice President for Health Affairs, University of Colorado Executive Vice Chancellor, Anschutz Medical Campus Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City Board of Directors
Attendees will discuss the leadership strategies that have proven effective in their careers.
Vice President, Public Affairs and Community Development, Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City
Banking Conditions in the Denver Zone
Community bank performance, emerging risks and top concerns of banks.Richard Thorne
Assistant Vice President, Supervision and Risk Management, Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City – Denver Branch
Creating and Cultivating Diverse Networks, Teams and Boards
Understand and leverage cultural differences. Attendees will discuss how to cultivate their CQ (Cultural Intelligence) to create diverse networks, teams and Boards. CQ exercise.Andrea Hendricks
Assistant Vice President and Deputy Director of the Office of Minority & Women Inclusion, Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City
Federal Reserve Resources for Bankers
Senior Community Development Advisor, Community Development, Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City – Denver Branch | Community Development
Relationships, research and resourcesSarah McLaughlin
Manager, Consumer Affairs, Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City – Denver Branch | Consumer Affairs
Elevated consumer compliance riskSara Nielsen
Manager, Supervision and Risk Management, Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City – Denver Branch | Information Technology
IT issues: cybersecurity, payments and vendor management
“The U.S. Economy and Monetary Policy”
President and Chief Executive Officer, Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City
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