European Women On Boards and Female x Finance invite you to take part in an exciting interactive session!
Picture this: a young talent at the beginning of her career meets a seasoned executive woman at the peak of her finance career. They interview each other about their struggles, achievements, and failures. In a nutshell, their journey.
Sounds exciting? Sign up to Things I Wish I Knew at the Beginning of My Career in Finance now and get a chance to network with young talents & executive women in finance!
- Where: Zoom
- Who: Everyone is welcome to join, so feel free to invite your network!
- When: Wednesday 30 November 2022, 5:00-6:00 PM CET
You can register for the event on the LinkedIn event page.
About the speakers and moderators
Chantal Vervaeke is a CFO & Non-Executive Board Member with a background in several functional areas such as business and financial controlling, budgeting and forecasting, multi-year planning, audits, ERP implementations, grant reporting, cash management, due diligence and Board reporting. She has a strong interest in social sustainability and is a believer in people.
Lauren van der Meulen joined the Female x Finance Network more than one year ago, and she is now one of the team’s most active ambassadors. After graduating in Economics and Business Economics at Utrecht University, Lauren is now working part-time at De Kleine Consultant as a strategy consultant, and also working as junior financial accountant. Next year, she wants to pursue a master’s.
Léonie Kennepohl is one of the co-founders of Female x Finance, together with Mélanie Bosboom. With previous experience in Fintech and Strategy Consulting, she started Female x Finance to provide women with everything that she missed during her job search journey in the financial.
Cristina Burduniuc, FCCA, is a former PwC professional with robust knowledge of compliance and financial reporting framework, and she recently joined Hyva Group as a Global Financial Analyst. She is passionate about leadership in general, but more specifically about women leadership. She thus joined EWOB, where she became an active member of EWOB Committee for Individual Memberships, as well as part of this year’s C-Level Program.
About European Women on Boards
- They work together with national associations for advancement of women, EU institutions and corporate partners.
- They strengthen the leadership capabilities and cross border network of senior women throughout Europe.
- They conduct unique critical research, measuring and monitoring gender diversity at decision-making level in Europe