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The 2023 board of directors for Women in Public Finance will be chaired by Kayla MacEwen, a partner at Masterson Advisors, the group announced recently.

Women in Public Finance, a professional networking group for women working in the public finance sector, aims to increase the chances for women to hold leadership positions by fostering relationships and offering forums and educational activities.

Others on the 2023 Women in Public Finance Executive Committee include: Jennifer Fredericks (Ice Miller), vice president of conference; Kathleen Bowe (J.P. Morgan), vice president of chapters; Sandy MacLennan (Squire Patton Boggs),vice president of governance; Tina Wilson (city of Atlanta), secretary; Pam Holton (Stifel), treasurer; and Biljana Seki (the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority), assistant treasurer.

Additional directors include Angelique David (Ziegler), Lindsay Evans (HilltopSecurities), Martina Hinojosa (Cantu Harden), Melanie Johnson (Piper Sandler), Toni-Marie Kahre (San Diego County Water Authority), Jessica Lamendola (Sycamore Advisors), Amanda Lee (Jefferies); Kathleen Miles (PNC Financial Services), Christine Pihl (RBC Capital Markets), Tamika Reed (The Frazer Lanier Company), and Patricia Rodriguez (Loop Capital Markets). Sheila Duffy (Burridge Center for Finance at the University of Colorado Boulder, Leeds School of Business) is immediate past president.

Women in Public Finance was established in 1997 and initially concentrated on the Midwest. In order to enable regional activities that complement nationally focused activities, the group amended its bylaws in 2010 to recognize regional chapters and affiliates and to include professionals from all over the United States.

Women in Public Finance currently has a national presence and 22 regional chapters.

Participants come from state and municipal governments, non-profit organizations, investment banks, law firms, financial advisors, rating agencies, bond insurers and trust officers.

Women in Public Finance’s 27th annual conference is set for Sept. 21 and Sept. 22 in Washington, D.C.

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