Women and Finance
Sandra Carr is the Assistant Director, State Farm Center for Women & Financial Services. She is also the project manager for the Women’s Leadership Academy Summit. Sandra has an extensive background in communications and non-profit management. She has worked for a radio station, a PBS television station and a newspaper. Most recently, Sandra was the Director of Development for the Sunshine Foundation. As the former Executive Director for the Center for Responsible Funding (CRF), she managed Philadelphia employees’ charitable giving campaign which raised over one million dollars in annual contributions. Sandra has a Master of Science Degree in Integrated Marketing Communications from Chicago’s Roosevelt University.
Women’s changing financial circumstances mean changing attitudes toward their financial future. Read More >
Formerly a stockbroker, insurance broker, and award-winning sales manager, Aaron writes for the financial and real estate industry as an educator and marketer. His first book, The Sales Funnel Bible, helps advisors master their sales funnel.
Rosemary is an author, columnist and an international business coach for financial advisors. She spent her career working at leading investment firms before pursuing her passion for coaching. She lives in Victoria, BC. Visit her website at www.rosemarysmyth.com.
If we consider a simple definition of accountability as, “the ability to account for your own actions”- it seems surprisingly straightforward. But, accountability also involves Read More >
Heather L. Davis, J.D., CLU®, ChFC®, is The American College Alumni Association Board of Advisors Communications Committee Chair and the Corporate Vice President of High Net Worth Marketing Management with the New York Life Insurance Company.
Top producer Lizzie Metzger is using higher education to ensure her continued success and worth to her clients. Read More >
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