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Since March is Women's History Month and our offices are across from the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) (ICE) , we have been showcasing the women that have made their mark on the exchanges.

We've highlighted historical trailblazers like Victoria Woodhull who, back in 1870, was the first female stock broker.

And of course, Muriel Siebert, the first woman to have a seat on the NYSE in 1967.

Siebert also is the first and only women to have an entire room dedicated to her at the NYSE.  

And Alpha Rising had the privilege of spending time there with current-day women making history at the NYSE.

They are ruling the C-Suite and driving a new agenda for U.S equity markets.  

So meet:

  • Elizabeth King, Legal Counsel
  • Stacey Cunningham, Chief Operating Officer
  • Hope Jarkowski, Head of Government Relations.

Listen in as we talked about everything from the intersection of finance and technology to how to attract more women to the field. 

But one of their biggest missions is to get more companies to come public so that get more companies to come to the public markets.

There's actually a social good here, says Cunningham, because its a way for all Americans to invest in our future.

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