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By Ana Duarte McCarthy, Chief Diversity Officer, Citi May 14, 2015 10:00 AM
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For over 200 years, Citi has supported Progress Makers and their ideas, recognizing the powerful role they play in business and in their communities. As the leading global bank, we pride ourselves on the diversity of thinking we bring to bear for our clients, and know that our success relies on the exceptional talents of our people.
Citi engages in a number of leadership development programs at all levels of the organization. “We believe in enabling our colleagues’ progress with opportunities to excel and grow along their career path, so we continue to have more diverse perspectives at all levels – this is core to our culture and simply good business. We’re thrilled to support new partnerships that empower and champion emerging women leaders,” says Mary Ann Villanueva, Director of Global Branding & Sponsorships and Citi Women sub-committee head.
April 03, 2013 06:33 PMIn honor of International Women's Day and Women's History Month, we asked a number of accomplished Citi women what messages they would tell their younger selves, knowing where they are now in their careers.
We touched upon some universal topics such as networking, entrepreneurship, career advancement, leadership and being a working mom.
As March draws to a close, view the roundup below of some of the most insightful and poignant "Messages to My Younger Self" we received from our Citi women.
By Andrea Pozzi, LatAm Regional Head, Enterprise Risk Management, Citi March 08, 2013 05:21 PMI started my career as a junior futures and options analyst at an exchange. I never dreamed that many years later I would be based in Mexico working for Citi as the LatAm Regional Head of Enterprise Risk Management, managing the operational risk of all our businesses in the entire region. At the time I didn't even know what operational risk was or that it even existed. The risk management I knew was based on hedging positions with derivatives, and the derivatives at that time weren't very complicated.
In honor of International Women's Day, I was asked to think about what advice I would give to myself at the beginning of my career. Below are five messages I would tell my younger self around career advancement.