The Prevalence of Unconscious Bias

  • Mattia L
  • Mattia L
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Toni is a fund-raiser at a not-for-profit organization. She recently invited me to speak at a luncheon on the topic of Women and Philanthropy. During the Q&A, I had an opportunity to share some of the research about women and money. She came up to me after my talk and said that she was exactly the woman I had been speaking about. She had been a finance major. Working with numbers, money, and analysis was her passion. She wanted to work on Wall Street since she was thirteen. Her dream was answered when she got an internship in her senior year of college to work at Goldman Sachs.




Mattia, L., & Mattia, L. (2018). The Prevalence of Unconscious Bias. In Gender on Wall Street (pp. 65–80). Springer International Publishing.

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