Withum Wealth Management was proud to have participated in the Council for Economic Education’s “Invest in Girls” program.
Elena Ladygina, was delighted to have the opportunity to present on what it means to be a wealth advisor while sharing her expertise on investing and other important financial concepts.
Invest in Girls (A Program of CEE) is an excellent initiative that aims to educate and empower young women in personal finance, inspiring them to learn and gain confidence in money matters and introduce them to career opportunities in the field.
To learn more about this program, click here.
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