These NASPA Speakers Teach You How to Prepare for a Financially Sound Future
31 Mar 2022
ICYMI, Julianne Malveaux and Martina Edwards recently talked to NASPA attendees about financial well-being, literacy and planning. Consider bringing one of them to your campus to enlighten students, faculty and staff alike. Learn more about each of these sought-after speakers below:
ONE OF WALL STREET’S FIRST BLACK WOMEN TRADERS & CHIEF OF STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIPS, ACCESS TO CAPITAL FOR ENTREPRENEURS
From humble Southern beginnings to breaking barriers on Wall Street, Edwards is the epitome of not allowing your circumstances to determine your outcome. Passionate about serving others and closing the gap of economic divide, she shares her personal journey, the obstacles she faced, and empowers people take control of their financial well-being.
RACIAL & CULTURAL ECONOMICS EXPERT
Long recognized for her progressive and insightful observations, Malveaux continues to shape public opinion on such issues as race, culture and gender, and their economic impacts on America. Offering a compelling look into the important factors that influence the state of our economy, Malveaux shares valuable strategies for building and protecting your own financial future.