GoldenGirlFinance.com & Chatelaine present
The Stock Market Wears Prada
7 - 10pm
Wednesday, January 16, 2013
The Berkeley Field House
In support of:
Girls Inc. of Durham
Proceeds from ticket sales will fund the Economic Literacy component of the March Break and summer day camp programs.
Girls Inc. Economic Literacy® is an innovative research-based program that enhances girls' financial competence and confidence, empowers girls to recognize early on that they can exercise control over their financial future. Divided into age-based components, girls learn personal financial skills such as how to identify and count money; save, invest, and budget; identify needs versus wants; take informed financial risks; prepare for rewarding careers; and become financially independent and secure.
Susan L. Misner & Laura J. McDonald
Founders, Golden Girl Finance Inc.
GoldenGirlFinance.com is the modern woman's guide to finance, making the discussion of finance real, relevant and relatable - and shockingly entertaining. As the voice of female finance for Yahoo!, Chatelaine, and Breakfast Television, Laura and Susan are the authors of the best-selling book "˜It's Your Money, Honey' and the upcoming '10 Ways to Stay Broke Forever' (Wiley, Spring 2013). In this session, they will the discuss the very powerful effect women have in influencing the stock market and how the market in turn influences our everyday lives. It will get you thinking: retail therapy vs. retail investment?
Robyn K. Thompson
Founder, Castlemark Wealth Management For Her
Robyn K. Thompson, a seasoned wealth management advisory professional, is the leading force behind Castlemark Wealth Management For Her, with a focus on wealth management and financial planning for women. She believes good advice doesn't cost, it pays. In this session, she will discuss the six secrets of financial success every woman must know - and what the modern woman can do now to drive her wealth creation and financial future.
Trader and Capital Markets Expert
Meaghan Daly is a Bay Street Trader with years of experience working for major Canadian banks and financial institutions.
In this session, she will discuss the big stories that shaped the markets in 2012, how the financial world has changed, and ways that Canadians can become engaged in the financial environment we live in.
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