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The #MeToo movement that started in the U.S. last fall has led companies to look into their anti-harassment and anti-discriminatory practices and has led to some soul-searching about how to keep women safe in their workplaces. Yet the larger discussion about what the movement means for women's empowerment in companies and boardrooms is just beginning.

The WIFA Networking committee will host a conversation on these topics on June 26 with a panel of distinguished industry experts. We want to make it an interactive discussion about what men and women can do to move beyond #MeToo to create dynamic environments for real inclusion, and also on women's empowerment and mentorship in companies and boardrooms.


  • Duncan Watt (Consultant at Eversheds Sutherland)

    Duncan Watt

    Consultant at Eversheds Sutherland

    Duncan is a Consultant at Eversheds Sutherland specialising in financial services disputes and contentious regulatory issues.Duncan advises on all aspects of financial markets disputes including disputes involving alleged breaches of mandate, breaches of investment restrictions, suitability, investment advice and mis-selling.

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  • Jodi Schneider (Senior International Editor at Bloomberg News)

    Jodi Schneider

    Senior International Editor at Bloomberg News

    Jodi Schneider is Senior International Editor at Bloomberg News based in Hong Kong. She is also co-leader of the Bloomberg News Women's Voices project in Asia and helps lead the Bloomberg Women's Community in Hong Kong. Jodi is a past president of the Society of American Business Editors and Writers and headed the Fourth Estate Committee for the National Press Club in Washington. Jodi is active in the Foreign Correspondents Club in Hong Kong and appears regularly on panels discussing gender issues, U.S. politics and the future of journalism. She has a bachelor's degree in journalism and political science from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and a master's degree from Northwestern University's Medill School of Journalism.

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  • Stacilee Ford (Honorary Associate Professor at The University of Hong Kong)

    Stacilee Ford

    Honorary Associate Professor at The University of Hong Kong

    Stacilee Ford is a cultural historian and gender studies scholar who is an Honorary Associate Professor in the Department of History and the American Studies Program at The University of Hong Kong. She is also a founding member and researcher affiliated with the HKU Women’s Studies Research Centre.

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  • Rebecca Sin (Head of ETF Sales Trading, Asia Pacific at Commerzbank)

    Rebecca Sin

    Head of ETF Sales Trading, Asia Pacific at Commerzbank

    Ms. Sin is the head of Commerzbank ETF Sales Trading for Asia Pacific. She is also an executive member of Asia’ Women in Exchange Traded Funds (WETF) and the Deputy Chair of Commerzbank’s Regional Diversity Committee. She is passionate about gender diversity and equality.

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  • Stuart Levison (Executive Director of Morgan Stanley)

    Stuart Levison

    Executive Director of Morgan Stanley

    Stuart Levison is an Executive Director of Morgan Stanley in Technology, based in Hong Kong. He serves as the Chief Operating Officer to Asia Infrastructure. Stuart is the co-chair of the Asia Pride and Allies Diversity Network at the Firm, and is an active supporter of several mentoring programs.

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