The Problem:

  • Corporate America has made almost no progress improving women's representation over the past four years.

  • Women are underrepresented at every level, and women of color are the most underrepresented group of all

  • Underrepresentation of women in high-level roles isn't due to lack of education or attrition rates

  • Young women are discouraged from pursuing their interests due to the "boys' club culture" that is instilled at a young age

Our Mission:

Our mission is to combat biases against females in finance and to create a welcoming space for those who are traditionally left out of the field. We want to help the next generation become more financially literate one girl at a time. To spread our mission across the world, we aim to expand our organization by creating individual branches!

Core Values:

  • Uplifting women through leadership and education

  • Creating change by involving advocates of all gender identities

  • Fostering a creative learning environment

  • Encouraging independence, individuality, and advocacy

  • Running an ethical and sustainable organization

  • Being transparent in all of our initiatives


June 2019: Founding of Females in Finance

February 2020: G.I.F.T. Branch Creation in Fieldston Middle School

May 2020: Fieldston High School team KWHS Global Finalist

September 2020: Establishment of 9 new branches in the United States

September 2020: Launch of FIF mentorship program

January 2021: Fieldston High School team moved on to WGHS Region 3A Finale

February 2021: Attained Certificate of Incorporation

February 2021: Launched the FIF Blog

Rosemary Jiang, GIFT, G.I.F.T., Girls Finance & Trading, Females in Finance, women in finance, gender equality
Contact Rosemary at founder@femalesinfinance.net

Founder: Rosemary Jiang

Rosemary Jiang is a senior at the Fieldston High School located in New York City. She is the founder and executive director of Females in Finance. Her passion for finance started at a young age. At the beginning of high school, she started to learn basic financial concepts and manage her own portfolio. Since then, she has been spreading her knowledge by teaching in her community. Along with other accomplishments, she was most recently deemed "most likely to be socially responsible" by Knowledge@WhartonHighSchool in the Comment-and-Win round 1 competition.

"I have always been interested in finance, however, much like other fields, finance is male-dominated. Even at Fieldston, I see this gender gap in investment club. People often have the misconception that females are not interested in finance. However, this is false. Instead, it is because young girls are not given the chance to pursue their interests in the field. For me, it is often discouraging seeing the lack of women in the field, which is why I created Females in Finance. This organization was created to challenge these misguided and preconceived notions to create a welcoming space for those who are traditionally left out of the field."

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