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Financial Literacy Seminar

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Wednesday, June 15 at 3:00pm to 4:00pm

Virtual Event

Attendees at all levels of financial literacy will be engaged in a discussion centering wealth building, financial planning, and the historical disenfranchisement of marginalized communities. Join us in learning and sharing strategies to support saving, credit building/management, and personal finances with financial experts Njideka Obijiaku and Lawrence Delva-Gonzalez, moderated by Ken Frazier from JP Morgan Chase.

Lawrence Delva-Gonzalez: By day, Delva-Gonzalez is a government auditor with over 10 years of experience. A decorated Marine Corps veteran, by night, he moonlights as The Neighborhood Finance Guy (TNFG Blog) and co-host on The Financial Griot podcast. Over the last 10 years, along with his wife, they have been paying debt and normalizing happiness. The end goal is to Make Money, Make Sense in our lifetime.

Njideka Obijiaku is a Money & Business Coach. Although she has a science background and even a Masters degree, she pivoted with a purpose first as a Community Organizer and next to the financial industry where's she's been for over a decade. Her coaching style can be described as where the heart of a teacher, meets the mind of a business owner meets the passion of a life coach. It is her belief that with the right strategy any ambitious professional can become wealthy and any aspiring entrepreneur can build 6+figure businesses.

Register at: go.fiu.edu/juneteenthfinance

Event Type

Arts & Culture

Audience

General Public

Tags

juneteenth

Website

https://dei.fiu.edu/juneteenth/

Cost

Free

Department
Division of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, Healthy Living
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