5/29 Live Chat: "She’s One of Only 8% of Women Who Occupy the Role of Chief Financial Officer at a Fortune 1,000 Company"
On Friday, May 29th, 2020, join us for a live chat with a member of the T. Rowe Price team! We are excited to hear from Céline Dufétel , CFO at T. Rowe Price, during the chat entitled, "She's One of Only 8% of Women Who Occupy the Role of Chief Financial Officer at a Fortune 1,000 Company". Click here to register and to also hear the post-event recording and we hope to see you there virtually!
Here is more information about this live chat with Céline:
Do you feel like there's something stopping you from advancing in your career? As a former navigation officer with the French Navy, Céline Dufétel has developed strategies for charting waters which are overwhelmingly managed by men. She'll share tips and strategies she's learned along the way to help her become one of the most well regarded Chief Financial Officers in the industry.
During the hour, Céline will share:
- The top three pitfalls she sees women make
- Lessons learned on her way to the C-suite
MEET THE SPEAKERAs CFO, Céline provides global leadership and oversight for all financial activities of the firm, as well as manages the various functions within the CFO Group, including: Controllers Group, Financial Planning & Analysis, Risk, Audit, Corporate Real Estate & Workplace Services, Enterprise Change Office, Global Investment Operations, Procurement, and Global Tax.She also has responsibility for the Corporate Strategy team and leads the firm's relationships with analysts and T. Rowe Price Group stockholders. Before joining T. Rowe Price, Céline worked for Neuberger Berman as global head of client service. A native of France, Céline spent part of her childhood in Bethesda, Maryland, returning to Paris to earn her bachelor's and master's degrees in applied mathematics and economics from École Polytechnique. She also served as navigation officer in the French Navy aboard an oil tanker while in college. Céline returned to the United States in 2003 and received her master's degree in finance from Princeton University in 2004.
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