Both CFUW NV and CFUW WV recently received news that they had received funding for another year for post-secondary education awards. Each club applied to the BC Policy and Enforcement Branch and was successful in obtaining a Community Gaming Grant.
Click the link below for a report about the Forum on Children and Hypersexualization:Countering Exploitative Child Images held in November 2014
Both CFUW North Vancouver and CFUW West Vancouver have been successful in their applications for a BC Community Gaming Grant this year. The monies are used to provide educational awards.
Pictured below CFUW North Vancouver executive members receiving their club cheque from MLA Jane Thornthwaite at a recent club meeting.
CFUW North Vancouver and CFUW West Vancouver click here for the poster.
Session 2 FOCUS ON YOUR FUTURE
Financial Well Being
Wednesday, January 23, 2013
The Summerhill, 135 West 15th Street, NV.
Women, Money and Financial Wellness
Women are taking increasing financial control of Canada’s resources as business owners, income earners and investors. Women initiate 50% of businesses in Canada and we have the largest percentage of female business owners in the industrialized world. Currently, women own 50% of Canada’s assets and it is estimated that by 2019, women will control 70% of this country’s assets! Author Tom Peters labelled this trend, a “demographic tsunami”.
And yet, the financial services industry continues to ignore the obvious fact that women need a different approach at all stages of financial servicing because:
- our life circumstances are different
- we think differently about money
- we learn in specific ways
- we communicate differently
In this lively discussion of women, money and financial wellness we looked at the research and our own experiences to create a template for financial wellness that is both inspiring and practical.
Prior to co-founding Sophia Financial Group in 2009, Tracy gained valuable international experience with Smith Barney, a US brokerage firm. Tracy’s has a Masters degree in Counselling Psychology. She is a Certified Financial Planner, is insurance licensed and is a Fellow of the Canadian Securities Institute. She is also a Financial Divorce Specialist. Before becoming a financial advisor Tracy spent 10 years in management with an international play equipment company. She founded, then sold, a specialty children’s furnishing company based in the US. Tracy was recently nominated for the YWCA Women of Distinction award for Education and the Association for Women in Finance award for Excellence in Business.