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Subgroups & Communities of Practice: Financial Executives

 Welcome to the Financial Executives Subgroup

 

Strategy 

The Financial Executives Sub-Group has identified four main areas of strategic focus:

  • Education
  • Networking
  • Collaboration
  • Professional Development
 

 

 
 
 

Objective 

The Financial Executives Sub-Group has identified the following objectives:

  • Problem Solving Skills
  • Business Education for business problems
  • Exchange of experiences and contacts
  • Discussion of issues pertaining to the careers and responsibilities of Financial Executives and Executives in the Financial Industry. This discussion is to include ideas, opportunities and challenges
  • Network and share ideas with our guest speakers and each other.
  • Be resources to each other
  • Discussion of business ideas and joint opportunities
  • Exchange of ideas related to professional development and performance
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Mission 



Our primary mission is to provide a professional yet personalized and relaxed forum for Financial Executives, Executives in the Financial Industry, and their peers to freely and openly exchange ideas, share lessons-learned, assist one another with problem solving solutions, and to generally impart wisdom. Additionally, this will be a premiere networking vehicle to connect regional Financial Executives and Executives in the Financial Industry who are actively engaged, failing retirement, or in transition by facilitating and promoting the sharing of meaningful business and personal contacts. 



Member Commitment 



We all face many choices from a wide array of outside groups competing for our most precious possession... our time! Accordingly, it is incumbent upon each of us to ensure that this scarce "extracurricular" time we choose to expend is consistently meaningful and rewarding to us... both personally and professionally. 



The promise of this organization is to deliver extraordinary value to its members, but in order for this Subgroup to thrive, our members must have an unmistakable sense of their respective responsibilities. What this means is that in order to realize our Vision, each and every member must attend and actively participate in a large majority of our events. Our members must also bring prospective speakers (with whom they are personally connected) to the attention of the Subgroup's Chair for consideration, and to openly and generously share ideas, experiences, lessons-learned, and their personal and professional networks as appropriate and in the full spirit of this special fellowship. 



Members are also expected to volunteer to help the Chair and Co-Chair on an ongoing basis and on specific projects. 



Qualifications 



Any member in good standing with GPSEG can apply for membership to this group. The following are the qualifications to join:

  • Served as a Senior or C Level Financial Executive in General Industry, or
  • Served as a Senior or C level Executive in the Financial Services Industry
  • Approval of Subgroup Chair
  • Until further notice, non-Financial Executives Subgroup GPSEG members are welcome to attend meetings. Non-GPSEG members may attend meetings, provided they are sponsored by an existing member of the Subgroup or obtain pre-approval of the Chair or Co-chair. 

    Members who are inviting guests are asked to call Maureen Waddington, 215-393-3144, to manually register them.

Application Process 



Members interested in joining the Financial Executives Subgroup are invited to apply by forwarding your resume to Maureen Waddington at Maureen.waddington@comcast.net. You must also include a narrative with your e-mail (no size limit) that best characterizes your role as a Financial Executive or as an Executive in the Financial Services Industry. This narrative should also include a description of any other organization you belong to along with your role in that organization. 



Meetings 



Meetings are held on the 2nd Thursday of each month at Manufacturers' Golf and Country Club, Fort Washington, PA. The cost is $27.50 per person, including breakfast. Meetings begin at 7:30 am with informal networking and conclude by 10:00 am. Usually, we will have a guest speaker; and, time permitting, we will cover specific topics, address specific member issues and allow for general discussion. Guests are welcome to attend, provided they are sponsored by an existing member of the Subgroup or obtain pre-approval of the Chair or Co-chair. 

Members who are inviting guests are asked to call Maureen Waddington, 215-393-3144, to manually register them. 


   
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Chair
Trish Perevich
Co-Chair
Kip Schaefer