Women are controlling upwards of:
🗣80% of consumer spending,
🗣60% of the nation's wealth, and
🗣44% are their households primary breadwinners.
But when you look inside the number of women represented in FinTech companies (the companies creating the technology and programming to support banking and financial services) women make up a mere 37%.
How can we get more women into FinTech and break the "FinTech Stereotype"? Better yet, how can we get more underrepresented people, in general, involved in FinTech?
Join Leigh Blechman, a #Fullstack #Developer at Alloy who's making waves at her organization, for a virtual Q&A to discuss how you can help diversify the FinTech space, and join an inclusive organization like Alloy!
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