Join the SEC Historical Society and Howard University School of Law for a special program featuring the Director of the SEC's Office of Women and Minority Inclusion (OMWI) and three former U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission Chairs who served during the first decade of OMWI's operations.
In this program, you'll learn about OMWI's origin and mandate as part of the Dodd-Frank Act and how the office was stood up by the Commission. The panelists will examine the office's goals, priorities, challenges, and successes throughout the past decade since its establishment in 2012, and explore what the next 10 years may hold as the office leads the Commission's diversity and inclusion efforts.
This program is made possible through the generous support of Morrison Foerster LLP, Jones Day, Charles River Associates, Wells Fargo, Barry Rashkover, and Howard University School of Law.
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