Partners with Corporate Learning Hub to Offer a Women in Technology – FEMTECH Program

New York, NY; March 28, 2017 – NASDAQ OMX Group, in partnership with Corporate Learning Hub (CLH), launches their next Women’s Initiatives Series today, offering a specialized program designed to develop leadership competencies with a goal to strengthen the pipeline of women for broader leadership roles in technology.

NASDAQ is committed to raising awareness about the vital importance of gender equality to sustainable development and business, NASDAQ and financial services organizations around the world. Offering Corporate Learning Hub’s program on Women in Technology – Femtech Initiatives is a vital part of NASDAQ’s commitment to women’s initiatives.

Broadcast at the NASDAQ epicenter MarketSite in the heart of New York City’s Times Square – the keen insight of CLH speakers Kathy Murray, Co-founder of Executive Forum Angel Investors and Shemeka Neville, Director of Special Projects at Coalition for Queens (C4Q), a non-profit aimed at fostering a more inclusive tech ecosystem and providing pathways out of poverty through tech. The program was live streamed to all of NASDAQ’s women employees globally.

The story of two women, who have focused their education and aspects of their careers on FemTech – Kathy Murray, a Baby Boomer and Shemeka Neville, a millennial. Each shared about how a basis in technology education has led them to a wide variety of career experiences. Their stories showed how technologies impact all of our work, now and on the horizon.  Even more, they discussed how to engage in FemTech even if our basic education has not been technology based. As women, we can tap into certain experiences and resources that, when honed, can enable us to be strategic and achieve optimal results” says Kathy Murray.

To learn more about the WIN – Women’s Initiatives Network visit or contact us at 203-254-0899.


About NASDAQ: NASDAQ (NDAQ) is a leading provider of trading, clearing, exchange technology, listing, information and public company services across six continents. As the creator of the world’s first electronic stock market, NASDAQ’s technology powers more than 70 marketplaces in 50 countries, and 1 in 10 of the world’s securities transactions. NASDAQ is home to more than 3,700 listed companies with a market value of over $9.6 trillion and nearly 10,000 corporate clients. To learn more, visit or

About Corporate Learning Hub : The Corporate Learning Hub WIN – Women’s Initiatives Network provides on-site training programs specifically designed for women. CLH is dedicated to educating, collaborating, empowering, launching and propelling women into dynamic leadership roles. WIN trainings are recognized as world renowned blueprints for skillful and successful trainings providing guidelines and insights into the complex world of gender, leadership and negotiation. The program offerings are dedicated to helping women advance through stronger communication and negotiation into higher positions of leadership and achieve greater success for themselves and their organizations. For more information please go to or email: info@corporatelearninghub or call 203-254-0899.

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