Northern Trust will host the event in support of Selah Freedom’s important mission.
Sex trafficking is a $32 billion organized crime industry in the United States, where 300,000 children are sold each year. One out of three girls and one out of five boys are sexually abused, and they are sold 15-40 times every 24 hours by their trafficker. The event presenters will shed light on how Selah Freedom helps survivors by getting them into safe homes and working with law enforcement to ensure trafficking criminals end up behind bars. Northern Trust will host the event in support of Selah Freedom’s important mission.
LGBT Great is delighted to announce the launch of our global Membership proposition supported by Fidelity International, Legal & General, T. Rowe Price, St James Place Wealth Management & Northern Trust who are our first five founding members.
Northern Trust's Executive Vice President Connie Lindsey says,
Maggie, Carys and about two dozen other Girl Scouts were participating in a workshop at Northern Trust’s Loop office on a Saturday morning earlier this month to earn their cybersecurity badges. Girl Scouts earn badges or other awards once they’ve explored a topic or learned a new skill. The cybersecurity badges, introduced for girls in kindergarten through fifth grade earlier this year, are part of an effort from the Girl Scouts of the United States of America to increase participation in STEM fields, which have long been dominated by men.
Dan Houlihan is the head of asset servicing for Americas at Northern Trust and also serves as the chairman of NICSA, an asset management industry group. In that role, he’s helped launch the US brand of The Diversity Project, an industry initiative to improve representation. We sat down with Dan to talk diversity, communications in the financial industry.
Q. How did you get involved in The Diversity Project?
This year’s Leighton Lecture will feature Connie Lindsey, Executive Vice President and Head of Corporate Social Responsibility and Global Diversity & Inclusion at Northern Trust. The lecture titled “A Conversation of Consequence” will be presented on Wednesday, November 7 at 6pm and 7pm.