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Investing in the Economic Empowerment of Women

How Are Women Redefining Performance?(video)

How Are Women Redefining Performance?

Research has highlighted the positive influence of women’s perspectives on societal change, but what does this mean for the financial industry? Cathy Stahl, Managing Director at PIMCO, and John Gerzema, CEO of The Harris Poll, discuss both how women are influencing the industry and their expectations for investment management. Access PIMCO’s research on Women Investors

Women’s Economic Power Is Expanding

Cathy Stahl

Global Head of Marketing

Ms. Stahl is a managing director in the Newport Beach office and global head of marketing at PIMCO. She oversees the brand, creative, content, channel and digital marketing teams as well as PIMCO’s corporate responsibility platform. She is also a member of the firm's Executive Committee. Prior to joining PIMCO in 2011, Ms. Stahl was a managing director and head of marketing at Allianz Global Investors Distributors. Before this, Ms. Stahl held roles at Tiller, an advocacy marketing agency where she led research-based programs for financial services clients, and at OppenheimerFunds, managing business development and projects for the wealth management group and corporate value-added marketing programs. Ms. Stahl serves as a board member of The PIMCO Foundation, Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Orange Coast and St. Margaret’s Episcopal School. She is also a member of the PIMCO Women Steering Committee, contributing to the firm’s global diversity initiatives. She holds an undergraduate degree from Saint Mary's College in Notre Dame, Indiana, and is co-author of "Twin Set," a nonfiction book about parenting twins published by Random House in July 2008.