Money Moves: Navigating the Finance Industry

Day 2 Morning

Adelaide Wong

Financial Analyst, Hulu
Breakout Panel

Anne-Victoire Auriault

Program Trading Manager, Goldman Sachs

Anne-Victoire Auriault (she/her) manages Program Trading in the Americas. She joined Goldman Sachs (@goldmansachs) in 2012 as an analyst in Commodities Trading and transferred to Equities trading in 2013. Anne-Victoire was named managing director in 2019 and partner in 2020.

Breakout Panel

Dianna Dai

VP & Manager of Commercial Underwriting, Comerica Bank

Dianna Dai (Pronounced: Dai-a-nuh Dai, she/her) has 10 years of experience in the commercial banking space focusing in client account management and credit and underwriting. An award-winning banker, she has structured and secured multimillion-dollar loans and commercial banking services for numerous Silicon Valley startups, private equity-backed companies, and large food & beverage corporations in Northern California.

In her current role as a Manager of Commercial Underwriting in the technology industry at Comerica Bank, she coaches and mentors the next generation of bankers and leaders at Comerica Bank through the era of renewal and transformation in the finance industry.

Dianna graduated magna cum laude from USC with a B.S. in Business Administration concentrating in International Business, and from Santa Clara University’s part-time M.B.A program focusing in Food Innovation and Entrepreneurship, placing 2nd in the International Food and Agribusiness Management Association Case Competition. Outside of banking, Dianna enjoys serving in the local community through teaching children and youth, providing music in senior care facilities, and delivering resources and training in community development projects.

Breakout Panel

Vrinda Gupta

Founder & CEO, Sequin

Vrinda Gupta (she/her), Founder & CEO of Sequin, is on a mission to get women the credit we deserve. After spending six years at Visa Inc. building popular credit cards, Vrinda was rejected from the very card she helped launch. Determined to demystify credit cards for the over 70% of women who are not engaging with credit optimally today, Vrinda launched Sequin to build a first of its kind autonomous financial platform to guide women towards favorable credit outcomes and create accessible lending products across life’s needs.

Sequin is supported by Visa, IDEO, and angel investors including the Schwab Family - with over 90% of whom identify as women. Vrinda holds an M.B.A from Berkeley Haas and a B.A. from UCLA. She is a proud first generation Indian immigrant and currently lives in San Francisco, California.