Maeve DuVally, Managing Director, Corporate Communications at Goldman Sachs, was one of the first transgender Goldman team members who formally transitioned at work. Throughout her journey, she has shared her experiences and has emerged as a leading voice in the conversation about diversity and inclusion in the finance industry.
As a communications leader herself, Maeve considers storytelling a powerful tool in the journey towards a more inclusive culture throughout the industry.
In this session, Ishviene Arora, COO and Co-Founder at Vested Communications will speak with Maeve who will share her story, the lessons that she’s learned as a team-member and a leader, and how companies should be thinking and communicating about diversity and inclusion in their own organizations.
About Maeve DuVally:
Maeve is a managing director in Corporate Communications at Goldman Sachs. She serves on the Structured Products Committee and the Americas Regional Vetting Group. Maeve joined Goldman Sachs in 2004 as a vice president and was named managing director in 2010.
Prior to joining the firm, Maeve worked in media relations at Merrill Lynch. Before that, she was a financial journalist and editor at Bridge News for nearly 15 years.
Maeve serves on the advisory boards for the Knight-Bagehot Fellowship and the Association of Foreign Correspondents; and, the community board of Connecticut-based LGBTQ health provider Anchor Health Initiative.
She earned a BA in English from Providence College in 1983 and was a Knight-Bagehot Fellow at Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism School in 1994.