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OCC Chief External Relations Officer Julie Bauer Receives STA Women in Finance Mentor of the Year Award

December 06, 2021

On December 8, the STA Foundation will present a virtual ceremony honoring recipients of the 2021 Women in Finance Awards. OCC’s Chief External Relations Officer, Julie Bauer, is one of three recipients of the Mentor of the Year Award, which recognizes women who serve as role models, leaders and advocates for women in finance.

The STA Women in Finance Awards celebrate individuals for their contributions to the advancement of women in finance through diversity and inclusion leadership, advocacy and mentorship efforts. Learn more about the STA Women in Finance Awards and see the full list of recipients by visiting the STA website.

The STA Foundation is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) corporation that serves as the educational arm of the Security Traders Association (STA). The STA Foundation, formed in 1990, strives to be an unbiased educational resource not only for STA members but for all securities industry professionals. Additionally, the STA Foundation provides financial support to programs and committees that address the career development needs of individuals within the securities industry.

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