The San Francisco Fed joined organizations around the globe in celebrating International Women’s Day (IWD) on March 8.
The week leading up to IWD, our Women’s Professional Network asked its members and allies to come together to take a few photos. Employees showed up big time—at our branches and sending pics from their home offices. The photo at the top of this post was taken at San Francisco headquarters on March 4. Head over to @SFFed on Twitter to see how our teams showed up around the District!
What did the experiences mean to us? Much more than photos. These were opportunities to join in solidarity around this year’s IWD theme, An equal world is an enabled world. It’s a message that reminds us that collectively we can challenge bias and help create a gender equal world, as colleagues and through our work.
It's #InternationalWomensDay! I'm celebrating #IWD2020 by honoring three awesome women who took senior roles in the Federal Reserve system this year: Lorie Logan, Beth Anne Wilson, and Stacey Tevlin. ?? #FedWomen #HappyWomensDay2020 #EachforEqual pic.twitter.com/IOyQNZg61q— Mary C. Daly (@marydalyecon) March 8, 2020
The SF Fed’s Women’s Professional Network helps promote dialogue, equality, and transparency. Check back for more of their stories and insights throughout Women’s History Month.
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