Resources for Women Financial Decision-Makers

PNC is committed to making a positive difference by leveraging the power of our resources to accelerate women’s financial equality.


 Celebrating Women Who Are Changing the Game
& Accelerating Women's Financial Equality

Should it really take another 257 years* to close the economic gender gap? Not if PNC can help it!

With PNC's Project 257®: Accelerating Women's Financial Equality, PNC has committed to making a positive difference for women and nonbinary business owners by leveraging the power of our resources to accelerate the rate of financial equality.

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*World Economic Forum’s 2020 Global Gender Equity Gap Report found that at the current rate of progress it will take women 257 more years to economically catch up to men.

Feature News & Articles


Women Business Owners Don’t Need to Become Confident. They Already Are.

Beth Marcello, director of Women’s Business Development, shares outcomes from PNC’s latest Economic Outlook survey.

2 min read

Running Your Business

Changing the Game for 100 Women and Nonbinary Entrepreneurs

The PNC Bank + Coralus Collective is a cohort of entrepreneurs and financial advisors collaborating for growth and success.

4 min read

Running Your Business

Lessons in Leadership: Julie Uhrman

Co-Founder and President Julie Uhrman sees the Angel City Football Club business model as a game-changer.

4 min read

Insights For You

Manage Business Finances

Building Equity through Homeownership: 5 Tips for Women

When it comes to homeownership, the future is female.

3 min read

Living Well

Estate Planning for Singles & Unmarried People

Estate planning for unmarried individuals is very important. Read about some considerations that can help a single person create a successful estate plan.

15 min read


Is Your Smart Home Also a Secure Home When it Comes to Hackers?

Smart home devices can open the door to fraud. Know how to keep yourself safe.

2 min read

Meaningful Resources for Parents and Caregivers

Your preschooler's learning can happen anytime, anywhere, when using these tips developed by early childhood education experts.

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Insights For Business

Running Your Business

11 Questions From Job Candidates Every Manager Should Be Prepared For

Hiring managers work hard to screen candidates in the recruitment process. Here are questions you should be ready to answer in a competitive market.

4 min read

Running Your Business

BeeFree: Strengthening Real-Life Warriors

What began in Jennifer Wiese’s home kitchen as an effort to create delicious gluten-free foods for her son has grown into a national brand supporting people with autism.

3 min read

Business Planning

Writing a Business Plan: A Guide for Minority Business Owners

By serving as a strategic document for your business, your business plan helps you stay focused as your business thrives.

4 min read

PNC Resources & Advocacy

In every corner of our footprint, if you're starting, growing, managing or selling a company, whether you need a mortgage, an individual retirement account or an estate plan for a substantial financial legacy, there's a PNC-Certified Women's Business Advocate who can help you.

Women Who

As PNC proudly serves the financial needs of women in business, we often come across truly inspirational leaders.

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Insights for Women
in Business eMagazine

PNC's online publication offers business ideas and tips for women entrepreneurs and executives.

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Ideas, Insights
& Solutions

Make informed decisions and maximize your business with perspectives on leading financial issues for larger businesses.

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Q&A from Top Women Executives

Lessons in Leadership showcases PNC's support for female financial decision makers. Focusing on how women built their careers, Lessons in Leadership will provides advice to aspiring leaders, from women in leadership positions. 

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Become a Supplier

If your business is 51% or more woman-owned, operated and controlled, consider becoming a certified Women’s Business Enterprise and participating in the PNC Supplier Diversity program.

Learn More »

PNC has 4,800+ Women's
Business Advocates

These bankers are committed to supporting the achievement of female financial decision-makers, including women who own or run businesses.

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Enjoy These PNC Webcasts

The Heart of Women's Healthcare

Pioneers in women’s heart health discuss the gaps in women’s health research and what’s being done to improve it.

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Financial Freedom: Getting Savvy About Money

Compelling stories and practical steps to change your lifelong relationship with money.

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Building a Winning Team of Partners: Insights for Black-Owned Businesses

As entrepreneurship among Black Americans continues to grow, success relies on dynamic networks of partners.

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