Let's talk about money!
Join us Saturday, August 10th for a powerful event on financial success. Gen Z or Boomer, single or married, entrepreneur or employee, this event endeavors to equip women across all backgrounds with knowledge and resources on how to achieve financial independence.
We will hold insightful discussions with our panelists on:
How to take an active role in your finances and create more opportunities to generate wealth
How to achieve FIRE (Financial Independence, Retire Early) with investment and savings strategies
How to manage your short-term and long-term budget to prepare for unexpected life changes
How to plan your finances to ensure the needs of you and your family are met
How to tackle student debt and build your credit
How to prioritize insurance plans to meet your personal needs
9:00 - 9:30 | Check-In and Networking
9:30 - 9:45 | Welcome and Chapter Background
9:45 -10:45 | Panel Discussion
10:45 -11:00 | Q&A
11:00 -11:45 | Breakout Sessions | Event Wrap
PANEL OF FINANCIAL EXPERTS
AUDREY GODWIN | Financial Strategist
Audrey Godwin is an award-winning financial strategist and champion for Women's Economic Development. She created the Position 4 Profit System for women leaders to align their finances with vision, values, and priorities for every season of their lives. As a retired CPA, serving clients ad a trusted advisor and Chief Financial Officer, Audrey believes that financial mastery is not an all or nothing choice, but a series of clear decisions, executed well to get the desired outcome. She founded The Audrey Company as a safe and sacred container to continue the work of practically marrying purpose, profit, and healthy cash flow. Audrey's signature Start Here, Get Clear Strategy Session is the starting point for women leaders who are ready to get the financial results they desire and deserve.
ROY HSU | Financial Advisor, Angel Investor
Roy Hsu's career spanned from the dotcoms, consulting, owning a small business to financial advising. Like many in the gig economy, his career was often not defined by the standard 9-5 with flexible, mobility and saving for the future as key goals. All this while funding his passions in the arts and what is important to him. Roy believes money is not the key to happiness and he seeks to help people with their finances so they have options to pursue what is truly important to them.
SHOBA SRIAIYER | Financial Advisor
Shoba Sriaiyer has worked all her career in the Financial Industry in the biggest Capital Markets, viz., New York and Tokyo since 1994. She has worked in multiple roles in UBS, Goldman Sachs, Merrill Lynch, and Dow Jones. Shoba is as passionate about social justice as about following financial markets, founding a local non-profit called Act Now Mantra. She also serves as the Executive Vice President of NAWMBA Seattle.
TORI DUNLAP | Financial Educator
Tori Dunlap is a millennial money and career expert. On track to save $100,000 by 25, Tori founded Her First $100K to give women actionable resources to reach their first six figures too. A Plutus award finalist, her work has been highlighted by Arianna Huffington, and landed her on the front pages of Marketwatch, CNBC, and Yahoo.
Lean In Seattle is globally recognized as the most strategically inclusive chapter of Lean In in the world. Our community is committed to the reduction of inequalities. This event is free to attend. The venue is ADA accessible. All women and members of the gender non-binary (GNB) and genderqueer community are invited to attend. If you are attending the event for the first time, please let us know so that we can welcome you when you arrive.
DATE: Saturday, August 10th, 2019
TIME: 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
LOCATION: MG2, 1102 2nd Avenue, Seattle
COST: This event is free to attend
Please RSVP today and if your plans change and you will not be able to join us on August 10th please update your RSVP by August 5th.
ACCESSIBILITY: Lean In Seattle welcomes members with different mobility abilities to join us at this event. MG2 is a partner in the quest for accessible spaces and this venue offers a wheelchair-accessible ramp at the venue entrance, wheelchair-accessible elevators, and restrooms.
TRANSIT OPTIONS: Public transit, ridesharing, and bicycling encouraged
3rd and Seneca: Diamond Parking, 1201 3rd Ave, Seattle, WA 98101. Enter on Seneca. Short 5-minute walk to MG2.
1st and Spring: LAZ Parking, 1102 1st Ave, Seattle, WA 98104. Parking structure opens at 9 am. Parking structure entrance is located on First Ave between Spring St and Seneca Street. Take the garage elevator to Level 1, where you will be directed to the check-in table
2nd and Seneca: LAZ Parking, 1191 2nd Ave, Seattle, WA 98101. Parking structure entrances are located on Seneca St and Spring Street between First Ave and Second Avenue. Take the garage elevators to the lobby of the Second & Seneca building (Safeco Building), exit the lobby, and walk towards Spring St to MG2’s main entrance on Second Ave.