Wealth & Wellness for the Independent Woman
Workshop led by former NFL Cheerleader, Danetha Doe
The data demonstrates that when women feel empowered around money- everyone benefits. Families, their communities, and corporations that employ them.
Being mindful of women's needs and influence on consumer decisions, "is a competitive advantage for corporations." - McKinsey & Company, "Women Matter" study in 2007
What is missing from the conversation, is the emotional relationship women have with money and how this is harming their bank account, and health.
"Our relationship with money profoundly affects our health. For years as a ob/gyn physician, I have seen how a woman's pelvic health is generally good when she has control over her own finances versus being controlled by the finances of others."-
Dr. Christiane Northrup. As seen on Oprah
In this two-hour interactive workshop, Danetha will lead your women's group through the steps they need to take to feel empowered in their ability to make healthy money decisions.
They will learn:
- Why money is just like a romantic relationship that can affect your health, negatively or positively.
- How to identify and release emotional behaviors that are harming your financial well-being
-Weekly practices to improve your health & wealth
Previous workshops held at Grant Thornton, DePauw University, Quickbooks Connect, Lake Tahoe Small Business Convention
About Danetha Doe:
Danetha is the host of the Future of Accounting podcast series designed for young CPA’s and corporate financial professionals. She is an accountant by training and experience who consults with a variety of clients on business growth and entrepreneurship.
Danetha is an advocate and evangelist for women's empowerment in the workplace, and she has spoken to business owners and accountants internationally. Danetha was named by CPA Practice Advisor as a 40 Under 40 honoree, recognizing professionals who are helping lead the profession into the future.
Danetha is based in the San Francisco Bay Area.
For booking information, please email Maria at firstname.lastname@example.org