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Wed, January 22, 2020
7:00 PM - 8:30 PM EST

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In this workshop led by journalist and JAWS member Claritza Jiménez Jan. 22, participants will dig into their money mindset and philosophy and gain practical action steps.

Money is often one of the areas in our lives that we vow to tackle. But for many women, money is still a taboo topic.


In this webinar for JAWS members Jan. 22 from 7-8:30 p.m. Eastern Time participants will dig into their money mindset and philosophy and also gain practical action steps.


Fellow journalist and JAWS member Claritza Jiménez will lead the workshop.


We’ll dive into the following topics, among others:


  • What is your money story?
  • Earning more
  • Three money habits to start implementing ASAP
  • Investing in the stock market
  • Finding a financial planner
  • Books, podcasts and apps


You are welcome to participate in this webinar whether you are starting out in your career or are more experienced, working as a freelancer, consulting or employed full-time. This is an opportunity to get candid about money in a judgment-free zone and get practical tips for improving your personal finances.


All ticket sales are stopped at this time. You can still make a donation. Please contact the event organizers if you have any questions.
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