- MONI contributing to closing gender gap in tech with all-female advisory board
- MONI’s women-led advisory board comprises industry leaders with decades of experience in finance, technology, media, and marketing
- MONI capitalizing on fintech rapid growth with proprietary applications under development designed to revolutionize how people gift and purchase cryptocurrency
Organizations worldwide are banding together to help close the gender gap in technology through programs that advocate policy changes, strategic public-private partnerships, educational programs, fundraising, and scholarships. Moon Equity Holdings (OTC: MONI), an investment company concentrating on acquisitions in real estate, precious metals, and cryptocurrency, aims to contribute to raising the ranks of women in fintech. Alison Galardi, CEO, resides at the helm of MONI and works alongside a women-led advisory board comprised of industry leaders with decades of experience in finance, technology, media, and marketing.
“Since the emerging crypto space is mostly male dominated, we set out to align our team with a diverse group of senior females in technology and banking,” Galardi said.
Sue Ferrari, a Senior Industry Principal with over 20 years of experience, brings expertise in technology, financial services, and media from previous roles that included Vice President of Bank of NY Mellon and ADP. Maureen Vizvary brings product development and marketing experience from previous positions at HP and Xerox, including a role at Microsoft where she restructured the company’s mid-market sales division and developed award-winning innovative technology that transformed how hospitals interact with patient data. Rounding out the team is Colleen Cline, who brings over 33 years of award-winning expertise from roles in the financial services and insurance industries that include sales, marketing, business development, and management positions.
“We have to get more women in the industry,” said Anthony Scaramucci, founder of SkyBridge Capital, in a recent interview where he discussed current finance and crypto news (https://ibn.fm/ejN8i). “The more diverse we are, the smarter we are. We can draw on people from all over the place,” he concluded.
Industry leaders worldwide share Scaramucci’s opinion that an increase in women would benefit the fintech space. Among them is Caroline Bowler, CEO of BTC Markets in Melbourne, Australia’s largest digital asset exchange.
“There are lots of entry points into cryptocurrency and into blockchain businesses and you don’t have to be a developer or specializing in blockchain in order to find your place within this ecosystem,” said Bowler in a recent article. Citing cryptocurrency’s notorious “bro” culture and Australia’s perceived checkered record on gender equity, Bowler believes the industry continues to be male-dominated. However, she is hopeful that conditions will change as more women enter the sector.
“As crypto becomes increasingly mainstream and more women come in, the impact of that ‘crypto bro’ is diluted and the normal mainstream acceptance comes through,” she concluded.
Moon Equity Holdings, a pioneer within the global fintech sector, is capitalizing on the rapid growth in fintech with proprietary applications under development designed to revolutionize how people gift and purchase cryptocurrency. Along with seeking to make an impact on technology, MONI plans to leverage its diverse management team – including its all-female advisory board – to create unique solutions that appeal to a wide range of markets in an effort to enhance the customer experience, create a loyal following, and generate repeat business.
For more information, visit the company’s website at www.MoonEquityHoldings.com.
NOTE TO INVESTORS: The latest news and updates relating to MONI are available in the company’s newsroom at https://ibn.fm/MONI
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