Recognizing the power of female entrepreneurship, and the hard work still needed to ensure that women have equal access to social and financial capital.
Carver Federal Savings Bank announced its inaugural “Women’s Leadership Summit” as part of its 75th Anniversary celebration.
Set to take place March 21st, 2023, at 5:30 PM at the Harlem’s Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture located at 515 Malcolm X Blvd, Harlem, NY.
The event will assemble some of the most trailblazing women business leaders for an inspiring evening of conversation and connections.
The Women’s Leadership Summit is a special invitation event that will provide attendees with the opportunity to share and connect with a network of leaders.
The summit will kick off with a panel discussion moderated by Michele Ghee and will include guest speakers such as Captain Zeita Merchant, U.S. Coast Guard, Commander of Sector New York; Robin Nunn, Partner at Morgan, Lewis, & Bockius LLP; and Jessica Spaulding, founder of Harlem Chocolate Factory.
“Reflecting on our 75-year history, we are thrilled to bring together influential leaders in business to share their insights and experiences with others,” said Michael T. Pugh, President and CEO of Carver Federal Savings Bank. “Our goal is to empower and inspire thought leadership, and entrepreneurship in Greater New York City”.
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