Continuing Education

Money Smart Women's Conference

Course Detail

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Get started on your financial journey! Join us for the 2nd Annual Money Smart Week Women's Financial Conference on Saturday, April 22, 2017 at UW-Washington County campus.  Listen to an engaging keynote speaker, choose from a variety of breakout sessions, and enjoy a continental breakfast, all for only $5!! See the registration flyer document below for all of the details! This event is sponsored by the Washington County Money Smart Week Committee.

 

Keynote: We will start the morning with an engaging keynote presentation by Alicia Stingley. “Finding Equilibrium” is Alicia’s personal story of how she has managed to maintain her balance throughout the many twists and turns her life’s journey has taken. Alicia was raised in the city of Milwaukee and attended Marquette University on scholarship where she majored in Psychology and minored in Spanish. While putting her kids through college alone, Alicia earned her MBA and a Master’s degree in Human Resource Management herself.

In her current position as the newest Advisor at Francis, Alicia travels the country providing education and individual advisory services to employees at client sites. Her presentations have been praised for being down to earth, entertaining and insightful. Alicia is very passionate about her faith, family, friends, football (Go Packers!!!) and finances. She’s been through many ups and downs financially and is committed to teaching others what she’s learned: how to make ends meet, to deal with job loss, to rebuild after divorce, to dig out from under debt, and to have compassion for others who are struggling. Her personal motto is “to be the best me that I can be and to inspire others to do the same.”

Breakout Sessions Offered: Create your own agenda by choosing 3 sessions that will help you grow personally and financially in your own life. Select the topic that fits where you are at right now or a topic that will help you set future goals in your financial journey. From college student loans to up-cycling the old to learning about the basics of investing…pick what works for you! (See registration document.)

Goodwill Donations: It’s spring cleaning time! Clear the closets and kitchen cabinets! Gently used clothing of all sizes and small household items are welcome to be dropped off the day of the conference starting at 8 am through 2 pm. Look for the trailer when you arrive! (No large furniture please!) This donation drive is being held in conjunction with “How to Score a Thrift Store Find” breakout session presented by the West Bend location Goodwill Store manager. 

This event is sponsored by the Washington County Money Smart Week Committee.