Women's Spring Series
Weekly Brown Bag Lunch
Hosted by W.E.B.O.N.D Women's Empowerment and Business Owners Networking Development. Bringing life-balance, education and resources to women in business and career professionals
Tuesday from 12:00 to 1:00 pm
Admission: $5 weekly or $45 for the series - Registration required please!
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Revive, Rejuvenate, and Reconnect with your Community and local business owners. Each week we will present a guest speaker (20 min.), Networking,. Raffle prizes, goodies and more!
This week's Topic is: Who wants to be a Millionaire Millionaire-ess?
We will review the profile of what a Millionaire-ess looks like, how she got there, and what her habits are. Considering the unique challenges women today face juggling life and a career, we'll get into planning your own financial success whether you're working to start your own business, approaching retirement, lack job security or are part of the sandwich generation. You'll get the must-know tips you can't afford to miss, regardless of what inning you're
at in your career.
Speaker: Nora Yousif
Nora Yousif is a third generation financial advisor for high net worth individuals working with the US Wealth Management arm of the Royal Bank of Canada. She specializes in helping families and women map out an easy-to-understand financial plan. In doing so, she is passionate about educating our community to build confidence in people’s finances and future. In the past three years, her team has been voted “Five Star Wealth Manager” by Boston Magazine and clients. Before joining the family business, Nora had experience consulting for Fortune 500 companies.
Nora conducts seminars in the greater Boston area on financial topics and writes hot button financial articles for local columns. Latest Seminar: Boston Convention
Center's Conference on June 13th. Beyond finances, Nora regularly coaches
communications and human relations courses for some of our area’s top employers.
Nora serves on the board of one of the nation’s largest Lion’s Clubs and The
Children’s Museum. She participates in the Women on Board 20/20 campaign and contributes seminars for the Center of Women and Enterprise, as well as Babson College’s Center for Women’s Entrepreneurial Leadership. She enjoys stand-up comedy and traveling: Latest stop: Japan.