2020 Panel Discussion

Join us for an in-depth conversation with dynamic female leaders in finance!

March 12

Event postponed

2020 Speakers

M. Julie McKinley '74

Woodlands Academy alumna M. Julie McKinley '74 is President and Chief Executive Officer of Fiduciary Counselling Inc., one of the country’s largest registered investment advisory firms. Knowledgeable in both banking and investments, her very successful career has included prior service as senior vice president and managing director at Northern Trust in Chicago for nearly 20 years. Ms. McKinley, whose daughter is also a Woodlands Academy alumna, has served on the school’s board of trustees and its alumnae board.

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Mary Callahan Erdoes '85

Named American Banker’s "most powerful woman in finance,"  Mary Callahan Erdoes '85 has led the investment management and private banking arm of JPMorgan Chase for the last decade. She sits on the JPMorgan Chase's Operating Committee, and serves on the boards of the U.S.-China Business Council, the Robin Hood Foundation of New York City and Georgetown University.

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Wan Ling Martello

Wan Ling Martello is a Co-Founder & Partner of BayPine. She is the former CEO for Nestlé’s Asia, Oceania and Sub-Saharan Africa (AOA) region. Wan Ling led a team of 105,000 employees in 92 countries spanning three continents, generating revenue of US$ 21 billion. She joined Nestlé in 2011 as the Global Chief Financial Officer, and was CEO of AOA from 2015 to 2018.

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Imagine Yourself in the C-Suite is an educational event series that helps young women aspire to the highest levels of leadership through dialogue with leading professionals in the fields of finance, technology, and science where women are consistently underrepresented. 

Featured speakers include CEOs and executives who share their success stories – as well as the failures that helped shape their professional development – to inspire achievement, build confidence and embolden girls to forge pathways to excellence.