The two years of the pandemic fundamentally changed how we work and live. Restrictions on health at home and at work, personal health problems of ourselves, family and friends, increased carefulness – all these factors meant that the Women's Club of the Financial Market could not continue to function in the way it was originally intended, the concept of which was to meet and strengthen relations, both between participants and speakers. This year, the situation was made worse by the war across our eastern border and the related uncertainty, the feeling of insecurity and the need to focus on problems arising from the need to help our neighbors and other refugees.
This time, we will gather after the break at the Warsaw Stock Exchange to listen to the stories of our guest speakers - two extraordinary women.
The first is Jenny Atout Ahlzén, Partner and Co-Founder of Amam Ventures from Jordan. Jenny is a Swedish woman who lives in the Middle East. She is passionate about finance, especially in supporting the growth of women's economic participation in the Arabic world and raising standards in the financial professions, including by incorporating diversity.
Our second guest is Beata Jarosz, Co-Founder and CEO of Future Collars, a programming school with an innovative online learning platform. Beata knows the venue of our meetings well, as she was Vice President of the Warsaw Stock Exchange.
Meet with us at the WSE. Check below our agenda:
05:30 – 06:00 PM Registration, networking, discussions in the lobby
06:00 PM Welcome remarks by organizers:
- Izabela Olszewska, Member of the Management Board, the Warsaw Stock Exchange;
- Małgorzata Rusewicz, President of the Management Board, the Chamber of Fund and Asset Management
- Prof. Krzysztof Jajuga, President, the Board of Directors, CFA Society Poland
06:20 PM Guest speaker: Jenny Atout Ahlzén, Partner and Co-Founder of Amam Ventures from Jordan
06:50 PM Guest speech: Beata Jarosz, Co-Founder and CEO of Future Collars: "The future belongs to those who hear its coming"
07:30 PM Q&A, networking