Woman of ALPFA Elizabeth Diep featured as Thought Leader
Friday, May 13, 2016
Don’t be afraid to pursue the big assignment or job even if you think you don’t meet 100 percent of the qualifications,” says PwC’s Elizabeth Diep in the opening of a feature by The Glass Hammer: Smart Women in Numbers. Elizabeth, a long-time member of ALPFA and a member of Women of ALPFA's Strategic Development Committee is portrayed as a thought leader in her field and in her practice with ALPFA partner PwC.
Diep is a partner in PwC's Asset and Wealth Management Practice and a vocal advocate for empowering women in the workforce.
The article details her work at PwC: "As an assurance partner in the audit practice, Diep focuses on alternative investment clients, which include endowments, hedge funds and private equity clients, ranging from highly complex, multi-national companies to smaller, locally based equity funds. As Diep puts it, that is her 'day job,' as she is also involved in other firm business, including assisting with people initiatives as a Human Capital (human resources) partner, where she focuses on helping a group of about 150 more junior colleagues navigate the firm, providing guidance on their development, education, and experience."
Elizabeth is known as Liz to the ALPFAmilia. Currently serving on ALPFA Board of Directors, she is a tireless advocate for the Latino community.
Read the full article at TheGlassHammer.com, a career resource for professional women providing advice, coaching and networking opportunities to empower you as you navigate you path at work.