GWI Founder Seema Hingorani and Training the Street Founder Scott Rostan speak with Yahoo! Finance about their shared objective to provide young women with the practical finance skills they need to succeed on Wall Street.
Girls Who Invest is aiming to have women manage 30% of the world’s investable capital by 2030, but “there have to be multiple avenues to get to that aggressive number,” says CEO Janet Cowell. One way? Increase the pipeline of female prospects. Learn more in the latest Bloomberg article.
Girls Who Invest Founder Seema R. Hingorani speaks with Peter Georgescu, a contributor at Forbes, about her inspiration for founding GWI and how it has already become such a success for students, employers and the economy.
With only 1.1% of women and minorities running the asset management industry's $71.4 trillion in assets, the field is lacking diversity. Seema Hingorani, Founder of Girls Who Invest, joined us at the New York Stock Exchange to share why she feels it is important to encourage young women to pursue careers in asset management.