Do you want to take control of your finances and reshape your financial future? Do you want to have more money, less stress, and greater overall well being?
Then you’ve come to the right place.
Women’s Money was initially created as a non-profit, founded to help women build their resiliency and skills related to money. Over 200,000 hours were invested in bringing women together through guided mentoring and in-person programs to help them increase their financial literacy. The Women’s Money program has received the National Association of State Treasurer’s Pinnacle Award, and has been featured in the New York Times, Woman’s World Magazine, USA Today, Forbes and more.
And, as with all of our paths in life, we have asked ourselves, is this the right road for me? Is this the right path to make the most impact?
And so, we have pivoted. While in time, we may begin in-person conferences again, right now at Women’s Money we are focusing shifting our program to bringing people together virtually.
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