The Undergraduate Women’s Investment Network DOWNLOAD:More Information on UWIN Undergraduate Women’s Investment Network UWIN AT A GLANCEFOUNDED 2015PARTICIPATING SCHOOLSBentley University University of Massachusetts - BostonLEADERSHIPShannon O'Mara, CFA, VP, Credit Research Associate Director - Founder of UWINAndrea DiCenso, VP, Portfolio Manager & Strategist - UWIN Internship Program CoordinatorTricia Keefe, VP, HR Business Partner - UWIN Mentorship Program CoordinatorSteve Hoppe, VP, EM Trader - UWIN Mentorship Program CoordinatorKristy Hergrueter, Associate Product Manager - UWIN Internship Program Coordinator Marissa Neill, Investment Business Mgmt. Assoc. & Supervisor - UWIN Program CoordinatorMarianne Winkelman, VP, Director of Global Bond, EM & FX Trading - UWIN AdvisorErika Fallon, Administrative Assistant - UWIN Events CoordinatorUPCOMING EVENTSSeptember 13, 2019: UWIN Program Introduction WorkshopApril 3, 2020: UWIN Program Conclusion WorkshopCONTACT USUWINinfo@loomissayles.com^^^ The Undergraduate Women’s Investment Network (UWIN) was launched in 2015, after a review of job applicants revealed that female candidates for junior level research positions at Loomis Sayles comprised only 18% of the applications received in 2014 and 2015. The meager results inspired an innovative program and step towards progress. Shannon O’Mara, UWIN founder and Associate Director of Credit Research, designed a comprehensive mentorship and internship program at Loomis Sayles that has successfully partnered with 86 students over the last four years. We welcome another 39 students for the 2019-2020 school year.The UWIN program offers school year mentorship and internship opportunities to female undergraduates in their sophomore and junior years that are:Currently attending Bentley University or University of Massachusetts, BostonStudying business, finance, accounting, mathematics, economics or investments Mentorship Program Selected undergraduate women are matched with a Loomis Sayles mentor to connect the educational experience to a potential career in investment management. In-office workshops include: Introduction to investment management panel Workshops on communications and professional development Deep dive sessions on investment research and trading Internship Program The rotational internship program exposes undergraduate women to two investment or client facing functions among: fixed income researchequity researchportfolio managementproduct marketingclient relationship management Contact information: UWINinfo@loomissayles.comThe UWIN trademark appearing herein is the property of Loomis Sayles & Co, LP.