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SAH Humanities Forum | “Financial Feminism: Financial Planning 101 for Womxn and their Allies” featuring Molly G. Berger, (MA, Applied Gender Studies, ‘10)

Join alumna Molly G. Berger, (MA, Applied Gender Studies, ‘10) for this informal talk on financial planning basics for womxn, including what to do if you have no idea where to start, how to start if you have money traumas, and why financial planning needs to be different for womxn. Since graduating from CGU Molly has put her Applied Gender Studies degree to work in the nonprofit sector, with dozens of startups and impact focused companies and with individual change agents who want to be empowered by their financial plan and ensure their dollars align with their values. As a feminist financial advisor, her focus is providing holistic financial planning to those who feel excluded by the traditional financial services world and are interested in socially and environmentally conscious investing and investing with a gender-lens.

This talk will be moderated by Professor Linda Perkins.

Zoom Webinar Link

Meet the Speaker:

Molly G. Berger (MA, Applied Gender Studies, ’10)

Molly G Berger, MA is a feminist financial advisor specializing in holistic financial planning, socially and environmentally conscious investing strategies and wealth building for all. She believes financial literacy and strategic wealth management are among the best ways to solve social justice issues and climate change. She holds a Masters of Arts from Claremont Graduate University, Bachelors of Arts from Whittier College and lives in her hometown of Denver, CO with her family, community and dog.

Molly G. Berger, (MA, Applied Gender Studies, ‘10)