Lise Baril, a director of Deloitte Cayman, and Monette Windsor, managing director of MUFG Alternative Fund Services (Cayman) Ltd., have been elected as co-chairs of the Cayman branch of 100 Women in Finance.
The group, which recently rebranded from 100 Women in Hedge Funds, describes itself as a “global affinity group for women in the finance and alternative investments industries.”
Ms. Baril and Ms. Windsor succeed Odette Samson, a partner of Deloitte Cayman, and Jo Cunningham, a partner of Maples Cayman.
Ms. Baril has served on the group’s main committee since 2013 and recently served as co-chair of the organization’s philanthropy committee, which has raised US$155,000 for local charities.
“It’s an exciting time for 100 Women in Finance as we look to continue to strengthen opportunities for peer engagement, philanthropic and educational initiatives for professional women as well as the finance industry,” Ms. Baril said.
Ms. Windsor has also served on the main committee since 2013, as well as serving as co-chair of the organization’s peer engagement committee since 2014.
The Cayman group has more than 600 members. Internationally, 100 Women in Finance has more than 15,000 members.