The financial services industry isn’t known for its gender diversity, though many women are thriving in the field.

What inroads have we made as an industry? What roadblocks have we yet to overcome? How do we create a more inclusive culture and how does that progress benefit our businesses and our clients?

Let’s talk about it during our on-demand webinar, “The Now and Next for Women in Financial Services.” Leading the discussion are:

• Minna Burns, Vice President, Consumer Marketing and Events at Carson
• Erin Wood, Senior Vice President, Financial Planning and Advanced Solutions at Carson
• Beth Walker, Wealth Advisor at Carson
• Jamie Carroll, Managing Partner, Wealth Advisor at Carson
• Nina O’Neal, Partner and Investment Advisor at Archer Investment Management

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