Highlighting Our Women’s Network: Hong Kong and Tokyo

31 OCT 2017

Meet members of our employee Women’s Network who share their perspectives on how participating has helped their lives both at home and work.

The Goldman Sachs Women’s Network enhances the experience of women professionals at Goldman Sachs through programs that foster greater interaction among peers, as well as the broader community. The Network is open to both men and women and plays an important role in supporting the firm’s diversity and inclusion strategy.

In Asia Pacific, each Goldman Sachs office hosts its own robust network featuring local events and initiatives. Network members also convene across the region for events such as the annual Women’s Network Conference.    

Meet some members of the network (clockwise from top left):

Francesca — A vice president in the Securities Division in Hong Kong,  Francesca talks about the firm’s commitment to the development and well-being of its people. She offers her perspective on working with senior leaders early in her career and being involved in the Women’s Network and GS Recreational Hikers Club.   Watch Video

Anne —  A vice president in the Investment Management Division in Hong Kong, Anne recently joined the firm to lead the Private Wealth Management lending and deposits business for Asia. She points to the firm’s mentorship program and her active role in the Women’s Network as being important aspects of her career with the firm.  Watch Video

Sayaka – A vice president in the Securities Division in Tokyo, Sayaka reflects on her experience as co-head of the Japanese Women’s Network as well as the value she places on informal and formal mentors at Goldman Sachs.  Read More

Katie — A vice president in the Securities Division’s corporate access group, Katie cites co-leading the Hong Kong Women’s Network as instrumental in helping her get to know colleagues around the firm.  Katie also discusses the global mobility she has experienced during her ten years at Goldman Sachs as well as the support she receives from the firm as a working parent.  Watch Video

Emi —  A vice president in Goldman Sachs Asset Management in Tokyo, Emi, an active member of the Women’s Network, reflects on the importance of working together to create a positive client experience and shares her thoughts on her personal and professional development.