How Smart Women Build Wealth
13mar9:30 am11:30 amHow Smart Women Build Wealth
In this workshop, you will learn how to identify smart money choices, and set yourself up for personal financial success. Topics include Setting Yourself up for Success, Managing Debt and
In this workshop, you will learn how to identify smart money choices, and set yourself up for personal financial success. Topics include Setting Yourself up for Success, Managing Debt and Demystifying Credit, Being Intentional and Key Principles of Smart Investing.
You DON’T NEED to have any finance experience or background to participate and learn!
The event will be delivered in an interactive workshop format by Ann Ragbir and Johanna Nesbitt.
About Ann Ragbir
As a Wealth Advisor with RBC Dominion Securities, Ann is passionate about building personalized financial plans that help clients navigate their financial decisions to realize their life goals. Delivering peace of mind for investors who need broad and complex wealth management strategies is Ann’s daily mission. A graduate of Saint Mary’s University in Halifax, Ann obtained a Master in Business Administration. She takes pride in her financial planning beliefs plus her 20 years of experience in educating and empowering women investors to link their lives with their financial goals.
About Johanna Nesbitt
Johanna has a long track record of motivating, educating and supporting people in achieving their goals. As a High School Chemistry Teacher in an International High School, Johanna used her passion for developing people to prepare her students for rigorous IB exams, and as a Women’s Leadership Coach in her own business she continued to challenge her clients to be better versions of themselves, in work, love and play. And now, in her role at RBC, she is eager to build relationships with clients, and to support them in reaching their financial goals. She is a graduate of a Masters in Environmental Studies from Dalhousie University, holds a Bachelor of Education from Mount Saint Vincent University and a Bachelor’s of Science from Dalhousie.
Refreshments will be provided.
Register on https://career360.smu.ca/home.htm
(Friday) 9:30 am - 11:30 am
Saint Mary's University - Loyola 173