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NextCapital is proud to announce that Liz Kigin, Vice President of Partner Management, has been included on Innovate Finance’s Women in FinTech Powerlist 2019.
According to Innovate Finance, the list “shines a spotlight on the women leading innovation in financial services.” The 2019 list recognizes 200 women from across the globe. Liz is listed in the Professional and Financial Services category as someone who is an “in-house specialist, the go-to for the latest in FinTech trends, and an influential voice on sector innovations and diversity in finance.”
At NextCapital, Liz more than meets this description. She’s directly responsible for several key partnerships, and she also leads three key efforts:
Liz is also an integral part of NextCapital’s efforts to create a workplace where women can be successful. NextCapital has launched several initiatives to encourage women to speak up and feel empowered, which were recently highlighted by Built In Chicago in an article about What Real Change for Women in Tech Looks Like at 5 Chicago Companies. The article describes some of NextCapital’s achievements on this front, like its diversity initiatives and improvements to its recruiting and interview processes.
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