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  • We’re so proud of the impact Jolen Anderson, Visa’s Senior Vice President, HR, and Chief Diversity Officer, has made and look forward to seeing her continue to champion diversity and inclusion at Visa. This week, Forbes included Jolen on their list of 11 Women Who Are Changing The Face Of Finance. Read the full article here:

    11 Women Who Are Changing The Face Of Finance

    The face of finance is changing. Now, more women are emerging as powerful movers and shakers in the finance industry, potentially taking the "old boys' club" out of the arena once and for all. Yet, there are female finance executives like the ones listed here who are setting the standard for how the finance industry will look in the near future.

  • Visa's Chief Diversity Officer, Jolen Anderson was featured in Entrepreneur Magazine helping to correct and dispel the myths about Diversity & Inclusion hiring. "Inclusion starts with the right leadership behavior. " Read more here:

    Correcting and Dispelling the Myths About Diversity and Inclusion Hiring -- 4 Experts Weigh in

    7 min read Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. There's a lot of talk about diversity and inclusion (D&I) in the workplace, and with good reason. We're inundated with real-life experiences around hot-button issues like #MeToo, the "Asian penalty" in education, age bias in hiring and others.

  • Visa is proud to be named a 2018 Working Mother Best Company for Dads for our ongoing commitment to forward-thinking workplace programs in the areas of parental leave, family support, and job flexibility. Read more about the Best Companies for Dads here: #WMBestforDads #LifeAtVisa

    2018 Working Mother Best Companies for Dads

    This year's winners help fathers succeed with benefits like paternity leave, remote working and backup care.

  • At Visa, we’re committed to empowering and advancing the careers of all women leaders. This week our own EVP & General Counsel, Kelly M. Tullier exemplified this commitment as the Gala Chair for the National Women's Law Center gala. See more details on our Life at Visa Instagram Channel:

  • Today, Visa was named one of this year’s 100 Best Companies by Working Mother, which recognizes our dedication to supporting working-mom employees as they grow their careers while nurturing growing families. Jolen Anderson, Visa’s Chief Diversity Officer, was also honored as one of the 2018 Working Mothers of the Year. Read more about how we support balance for working moms here:

    The Juggle is Real: The Importance of Supporting Balance for Working Mothers | Visa>

    At Visa, we care for the whole you - and that means we know you're much more than your day job, you might also be a mother or a caregiver among other hobbies, interests and personal passions.

  • 60 years of Visa and 10 years since our IPO calls for a celebration like ringing The Opening Bell® at the New York Stock Exchange! Click here to see pictures and videos from the exciting event:

  • Since 1958, Visa has pioneered payments innovation. Today, on our 60th anniversary, we celebrate our legacy as we help build the future of payments. Watch the first 60 years of Visa's journey:

  • As the Official Payment Technology Partner of New York Fashion Week: The Shows, we offered on-site retail vending machines where attendees can use contactless payments to shop New York-based female designers, including Rebecca Minkoff, Venessa Arizaga and Neely & Chloe. Read more here:

    Visa Taps into Fashion

    NEW YORK--()--Today, Visa announced a new relationship with New York Fashion Week (NFYW): The Shows that will allow consumers to experience new ways to pay, including tapping to pay with contactless cards and devices, throughout the on-site experience at NFYW this September.

  • We recently held our annual Visa Ready to Return conference, which empowers individuals on their journey to return to the workforce after taking extended time away. Check out all the highlights of the inspiring event by clicking here:

    Visa Welcomes Professionals Back to the Workforce at Ready to Return 2018 | Visa>

    See how Visa's Ready to Return program welcomes back professionals who have taken time away from their careers, builds an inclusive workforce ... and changes lives.

  • Today, we are proud to celebrate Womens Equality Day. Visa supports women everywhere who stand up for progress – including our own Visa Board Member Mary B. Cranston, a 2018 Inspire Award Honoree who is paving the way for women in leadership. Click here to watch a video of Mary discussing the importance of chasing your dreams, maximizing your potential and getting more women into the boardroom:

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