Secretary Raffensperger announces She Leads Tele-Town Hall

Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger announces that She Leads, his office’s women’s investor education program will be hosting another tele-town hall titled, “Making Money Moves.” The hour-long event will take place on Wednesday, June 3, 2020, at 11am.  Making Money Moves is a conversation about optimally managing finances through banking, debt management, and investment practices. This event is free and open to all Georgians.  “As a father and small business owner, I understand the financial responsibilities that come with having a family and a business,” said Secretary Raffensperger. “Since a growing number of Georgia women are business owners, I want to empower them to take the lead on investment and money management.”  She Leads is partnering with The Investor Protection Trust (ITP) and The Investor Protection Institute (IPI) to present the Making Money Moves tele-town hall. The June teleconference will feature some of Georgia’s brightest financial leaders who will be ready to answer attendees’ top investment and debt management questions.  “I am proud of our She Leads initiative. Now more than ever, Georgia’s businesswomen should take advantage of She Leads,” said Deputy Secretary of State Jordan Fuchs. “I encourage all women, regardless of where you are in life, to use this incredible financial resource.”  Speakers for the event include Shardea M. Ages, CFP, Partner and Wealth Advisor at Greenwood Wealth Management, Kristin M. Pugh, CFP and Senior Wealth Advisor at TrueWealth, LLC, and Dawnita McCain, Managing Director of Corporate Banking, Credit Products, Enterprise Valuation, and Lending at Regions Bank. Making Money Moves will be hosted by GPB Lawmakers’ Donna Lowry.  She Leads is a women’s financial empowerment seminar series hosted by Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger as part of his multi-faceted financial literacy platform administered through the Securities and Charities Division. These free tele-town halls feature industry leaders to help increase attendees’ knowledge about money, their own personal relationship to money, and financial issues and strategies for growing their wealth.  The office of the Secretary of State invites all Georgia women to attend this free and informational event.  To learn more about She Leads, click HERE.  To register for this free event, click HERE.