YaleWomen Talks Money, Part 2: First Steps to Financial Fitness

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Finances are a leading cause of stress among women, and the past year has only intensified the strain. Four out of five women in a recent survey said they were weighed down by financial concerns ranging from job loss to low pay and limited savings.

You can achieve greater financial wellness, even after a year like 2020. Join us for a miniseries with Susan Pepin ’87 and Kelley Holland, ’86 MPPM that will empower you financially so you can stress less, thrive more, and live life on your terms. 

How is it that study after study shows that women often feel unsure when it comes to their money lives? In this affirming, enlightening webinar, we will identify the structural and social forces that lead many women to underestimate their financial skills and the money-management strengths they actually possess. You will come away with a healthy money mindset and an actionable plan to start making your money work for you and your goals.

This series has been brought to the Yale community by YaleWomen, in partnership with the Yale Alumni Association Shared Interest Groups. By registering for this webinar, you agree to share your email with these groups.

RSVP HERE TO ATTEND

WHEN
May 18, 2021 at 12pm - 1pm
WHERE
Zoom
CONTACT
YaleWomen ·

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