Money Mindset for Womxn of Color | Future for Us
About this Event
If you’re worried about your money plan in light of COVID-19, you’re not alone. As womxn of color, most of our feelings that we have about money are inherited. How we choose to spend, save, and invest our money is often influenced by psychological and emotional factors.
Understanding your relationship with money is an important step in improving your financial health, and recognizing the emotional causes of our habits-what scares or excites you-can help establish improved behaviors that are more aligned with your goals. And between the possibility of an upcoming recession, the recent stimulus bill, and the wild roller coaster that is the stock market, there’s plenty to be confused about. Let’s talk about it.
Join our FREE webinar to learn about personal finance, building an emergency fund, and preparing the Recession.
In this webinar, you will learn:
- Why it’s important to invest in creating a money plan for yourself in 2020
- Tips & tricks to help you build an emergency fund
- How to leverage existing tools to support you on your personal finance journey
Future for Us
Future for Us envisions a future of work where womxn of color lead at the highest levels of corporate, government, and social sector organizations. The mission is to advance womxn of color through community, culture and career development. Follow the community on social media and subscribe to the newsletter at www.futureforus.co.
Instructor – Natalie Torres-Haddad
A two time TEDx Speaker known for her talk “The Foreign Language of Financial Literacy” and “The Confidence Gap”. An international Award Winning Author, a bilingual podcast host of Financially Savvy in 20 minutes, international keynote speaker and educator. Her activities have been featured in the Huffington Post, LA Times, 60 second docs and a Honda commercial as a financial literacy advocate, with both features receiving over 2 Million views since published this year. A first generation College Graduate from CSULB in Finance and International Business with a Masters in public Administration from CSUN.
She focuses helping those in debt to keep working towards their financial independence. Born in El Salvador and raised in Inglewood during the LA riots she quickly understood that the lack of higher education and financial illiteracy limits her community of basic human rights and equality in resources. She started investing in real estate at 24 and began her career advocating for financial and women empowerment for equal pay. Her challenges dealing with student debt which led her to dealing with depression have influenced her to advocate for mental and financial health to be taught in all schools and work environments.