From Wall Street Journal Podcast Host Veronica Dagher, Sponsored by WISE
ORANGE COUNTY, CA, January 14, 2021 – Ever wonder how rich and famous women reach the pinnacle of their careers? Join Veronica Dagher, co-creator of the top-rated Wall Street Journal podcast series, “Secrets of Wealthy Women,” to hear what she learned by interviewing some of the highest profile women in the world. The virtual and complimentary event will be held January 21, 4:00-5:30 PST.
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How to reach your goals and develop your full potential
What you can learn from successful women who overcame many obstacles
How to apply lessons from these luminaries to your own life and career
What you can do to empower yourself to fuel your own financial success
Don’t miss this fireside chat with Veronica as she shares lessons learned from her guests including actress and author, Ayesha Curry, Maria Sharapova, Sallie Krawcheck, Bobbi Brown, and Rebecca Minkoff. The event is sponsored by WISE (Women Investing in Security and Education) and the Center for Investment and Wealth Management at UCI Paul Merage School of Business.
This event is part of WISE’s groundbreaking and immensely popular series, Tearing Down the Pink Wall, launched in 2018. This is the tenth event in the series intended to educate and inspire women of all ages to reach their full potential. Past firms participating have included PIMCO, Research Affiliates, Causeway Capital, Calvert, Guggenheim, Morgan Stanley, Glenmede, Evercore, Eaton Vance and other prestigious firms.
Women Investing in Security and Education (WISE), a 501(c)(3) non-profit, was founded in 1997 by a group of women committed to fostering financial literacy to females of all ages and economic strata. Over the past 24 years, WISE has reached over 25,000 women and young girls with workshops and events. Its acclaimed Tearing Down the Pink Wall series was launched in 2018 to educate and inspire women to reach their full potential. Visit www.wiseinvestors.org for additional information.
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