Short and long-term implications of the “she-cession” on the economy
Jennifer Reynolds, the President & CEO of Toronto Finance International (TFI): A public-private partnership between Canada’s three levels of government, the financial services sector and academia again joins Enterprise Radio.
This episode of Enterprise Radio is in association with the Financial Channel.
Listen to host Eric Dye & guest Jennifer Reynolds discuss the following:
- Tell us more about TFI and your daily role?
- In your opinion, how do you feel the pandemic has widened the gap in Corporate America?
- What is the short and long-term implications of the “she-cession” on the economy?
- What corporate and government support has been required to help women rebound and re-enter the workforce?
- In your opinion, how will the Covid-19 recession widen the gender gap pay?
- Toronto has always been a great city to do business in. Are women experiencing the same issues in Canada?
- For those that are looking to get into the financial sector. Maybe new grads who are looking to relocate to Toronto or start a business there. Do you have any tips for them?
- We are now in a virtual world of work. Do you believe that the virtual world is conducive to women in the financial sector. Since we talked last, has there been any more progress with women in the financial sector. Is there a recruitment effort or do you see an increase in hirings in the financial region in Toronto?
- What are the benefits of becoming a member of TFI?
- To become a member of the TFI, what do businesses have to do?
Jennifer Reynolds is the President & CEO of Toronto Finance International (TFI): A public-private partnership between Canada’s three levels of government, the financial services sector and academia.
Jennifer’s 20-year career in the financial services industry has included senior roles in investment banking, venture capital, and global risk management. Prior to joining TFI, Jennifer was the President & CEO of Women in Capital Markets (WCM), Canada’s largest industry association and advocacy group for women in the financial sector.
Jennifer is a Director on the Board of Citibank Canada, Board of the Canada Development Investment Corporation (“CDEV”), and a Director on the Board of Women’s College Hospital Foundation. In 2015, she was named a Women’s Executive Network (WXN) Canada’s Most Powerful Women: Top 100 Award Winner.
Jennifer is a graduate of the Harvard Business School Women’s Leadership program, and she received her MBA from McGill University, as well as a Bachelor of Arts with a double major in Economics and Political Science from McGill University. Jennifer also holds the Institute of Corporate Directors Designation.
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