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ABOUT 

WOMEN OF COLOR AND CAPITAL™

The Women of Color and Capital Conference is the only conference of its kind where diverse women entrepreneurs & professionals come together to learn about money, finance, capital and investing from a 360 degree lens.

This conference is focused on the success of women of color as it relates to financial resources and opportunities. The four pillars of this initiative are wealth building through financial freedom fundamentals and advisors, investing, capital for businesses (seed, growth and late stage) and learning how to become investors and investment managers.

DUE TO COVID-19, IN 2020 WE ARE HOSTING A VIRTUAL SUMMIT. DETAILS COMING SOON!

 

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SPEAKERS

FINANCIAL ADVISORS

INVESTORS

FUND MANAGERS

BUSINESS ADVISORS

AND MORE!

Coronavirus Update from AGN:

As concerns about the spread of the Coronavirus (2019-nCoV) escalate globally, we at AGN are continuing to follow the guidance of local health officials as we plan upcoming programs. As AGN does not own the venues we utilize, we are requesting that event locations and venues take proactive measures to limit any potential spread of the virus. Examples include cleaning and sanitizing all commonly used surfaces daily, providing sanitizing wipes and gel to customers, and increasing signage in restrooms to encourage everyone to wash their hands frequently and effectively. 

If you are planning to attend an upcoming live AGN program and are feeling unwell, and are exhibiting symptoms such as fever, cough and/or shortness of breath, we strongly advise you to stay home. We advise that attendees wash your hands for at least 30 seconds and several times throughout the day. All citizens should practice a high standard of care everywhere they go not only for themselves but also for the general public.

AGN reserves the right to ask attendees who are displaying such symptoms to return home for the comfort and safety of our program attendees, speakers and staff. If you have recently traveled abroad or live with someone who has traveled abroad to any of the areas currently listed by the CDC as having elevated risk, please stay home.

 SPEAKERS

  • Asahi Pompey

    Managing Director, Global Head of Corporate Engagement & President of the Goldman Sachs Foundation

  • Commissioner Lorelei Salas

    Commissioner, New York City Department of Consumer Affairs 

  • Jasmine N. Richards, CFA

    Head of Diverse Manager Research, Cambridge Associates

  • Ruth Yakubu

    Developer Relations & Advocate for Startups, Microsoft

  • Cathy Ivey

    Senior Director in Human Resources, Inclusion and Diversity

  • Momo Bi 

    Director, New York Ventures at Empire State Development

  • Adeola Adejobi

    Founder,

    Avant-Garde Network

  • Pialy Aditya

    General Partner, WOCstar Fund 

  • Leyonna Barba

    Executive Director, Technology and Disruptive Commerce Group - Middle Market Banking at J.P. Morgan

  • Alana Hewitt

    VP of Commerce,

    Essence Ventures

  • Lanre Oladipo

    Financial Advisor, MassMutual Metro New York

  • Angela Matheny

    Head of Diverse Manager Equity, Colonial Consulting

  • Gayle Jennings

    Venture Capitalist, Founder and CEO at iNTENT Manifesto

  • Zarifa Reynolds

    Head of Corporate Development, TIAA

  • Jaisa Minor

    Investment Analyst, New Voices Fund

  • Johnita Walker Mizelle

    Head of Investor Relations and Ecosystem Development, The Americas Anthemis Group

  • Machel Allen

    President and Chief Investment Officer, Metis Global Partners

  •  Denisha Kuhlor

    Early Stage Technology at Silicon Valley Bank

  • Peter McCrea

    President, American Impact Capital

  • Corie Pauling

    Senior Vice President, Chief Diversity & Inclusion Officer, TIAA

  • Simmone Taitt

    Founder & Principle, 
    HeartSpace NY Consulting

  • Lori Anne Douglass, Esq.

    Founding Partner at Douglass Rademacher LLP

  • Selena Singleton

    Director, New York Life Ventures

  • Grace Kim

    Board Member, Advisor, The VC Include Network

  • Kange Kaneene 

    Senior Director, SAP

  • She'Neil Johnson

    Founder, Base Butter

  • Mbabazi Kasara

    Director, MUFG Securities

  • Izu Emeagwali

    Vice President and Assistant General Counsel, JPMorgan Chase

  • Maya Brooks

    Product Manager, iFundWomen

  • Ivan Alo

    Managing Partner, New Age Capital 

  • Kimberly Allman

    Senior Director, Community Development Banking,

    Capital One

  • Natalee M. Vernon

    Founder, Trendsetter Legal

  • Efe Ukala, Esq.

    Founder,

    ImpactHER

  • Ivy Mbayah

    Consultant, Ernst & Young LLP

  • Sandrine Nzeukou

    Executive Director,

     Invest Africa US

  • Keianna Dixon

    Co-Founder, Soshel

  • Ayme Sinclair

    CEO,

    Sinclair Social 

  • Renee King

    Co-founder,

     FundBLACKWomen

  • Precious Williams

    Founder and CEO,

    Perfect Pitches

  • Tilcia Toledo

    Financial Institution Governance & Regulation, Senior Director, FTI Consulting

  • Erinique Owens

    Event Manager,

    Zapier

  • Jomaire Crawford 

    Senior Associate, Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan, LLP

  • Alana St. Aude

    Director, Assistant General Counsel, Capital One

  • Cheryl Campos

    Principal,

    Republic

TOPICS

SESSION TOPICS

Intergenerational Wealth
Six-Figure Women
Venture Capital

Track 1 - Wealth Building

Working with Financial Advisors

Wealth Building Through Financial Tools 

Investment Advisory - What Are The Investment Options?

 

Track 2 - Business Owners

How to Land Investors

Alternative Forms of Financing Your Business

 

Track 3- Women as Investors

Steps to Becoming an Investor

Investing in Businesses

Fund Management

 
 

LOCATION:

The New School Tishman Auditorium

 

63 Fifth Avenue,

 New York, NY 10011

 

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