Edward Jones is taking a second crack at increasing the number of its women advisors, following a similar effort in 2009.

That's according to Monica Giuseffi, who heads up the firm's Financial Advisor Inclusion and Diversity program. The first time out, it set a bold goal of increasing its number of women advisors from 17.5% to 50%, according to Giuseffi.

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