Women investing themselves

Women investing themselves

When:
October 11, 2018 @ 6:30 pm – 9:00 pm
2018-10-11T18:30:00-07:00
2018-10-11T21:00:00-07:00
Where:
Hervana
595 Howe St #506
Vancouver, BC V6C 2T5
Canada
Cost:
15

There is the gender pay gap and there is a gender investing gap. In this recent article, it shows the statistics of both

http://time.com/money/5141680/investing-finance-gender-gap-pay-inequality/

On October 11th, join Aimee and I to chat about investment options, money mindset and what does good debt mean.

Speakers:
Aimee Sehwoerer, Investment Specialist, RBC

After founding a worldwide Marketing Consulting firm, Aimee joined the Financial Industry in 2014. She is a well-known mentor and advocate for financial literacy, featured in magazines, panels and television.
She is passionate in helping clients achieve their financial goals through various areas of financial planning. She builds and maintains strong relationships by delivering short and long term quality sound advice on investment, debt and estate planning issues that we face today, for Canadian families and growing businesses.
Aimee is an entrepreneur and civil rights advocate, who is passionate about financial education, volunteer, inclusion at the workplace and adventures!

Manpreet Dhillon, CEO/Founder, veza
Manpreet loves money as a Heal Your Money Story Coach, a Certified Personal and Business Coach, and a Human Resources Professional with a Masters in Organizational Management. She brings over 15 years of leadership and community development expertise to the table and her experience spans program development and strategy implementation, governance and organizational management, small & medium business consulting, and much more.

As sought-after consultant, coach and workshop facilitator, Manpreet has provided leadership, HR and diversity training and strategy for clients like the UN affiliate: Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons, City of Vancouver, University of British Columbia, Blenz Coffee, 7-Eleven, Terramera, as well as a host of tech and biotech companies, Canadian political parties, and non-profit organizations.

A long time entrepreneur and advocate for the equality of women of cultural backgrounds, Manpreet is also a current Board Member of the British Columbia Institute of Technology Alumni Board of Directors, past Board Member of Royal Roads University, and has served on various arts and health boards. Her service to her community is part of her personal mission and dedication to use her leadership skills to serve her local and global community. With experience in cross-cultural expertise, international and in diversity background, she understands the navigation of creating mutually beneficial partnerships and relationships.

Manpreet is a contributing author to Chicken Soup for the Soul and a contributing author to the best selling Amazon book—365 Days to the Soul. She calls Vancouver, Canada her home but can be found off exploring the global community at any given time

veza
Founded to address the diversity gap and to foster inclusion around the boardroom table, Veza
Community offers enriching personal and professional development opportunities that train and
mentor female leaders of cultural backgrounds to speak up with confidence and
contribute their unique vantage point and expertise in order create positive change in the
entrepreneurial, not-for-profit, government and corporate sectors they serve.

The mandate of the organization is inherent in its’ name— Veza. The Croatian word for
CONNECTION.

Veza connects women with their individual desires and greatest talents. It also connects them
with peers who are on a similar leadership journey. With mission trips, retreats, online courses, masterminds, and coaching programs, Veza Community members are offered a safe space to cultivate lasting relationships and to enhance their skills so that they can impact the world.

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