Highlights from our Financial Bootcamp for Girls -
Asaati Ahmad, Capital Area Asset Builders
John C. Good, Credit Abuse Resistance Education
Hon. Thomas J. Catliota
Jack Haake, Esq.
Paul D. Pearlstein, Esq.
Claudia Tobler, Esq.
Samantha.Kerley, National Foundation for Credit Counseling
Evelyn Bandoh, US Small Business Administration, Resource Partner
Debbie DeChambeau, US Small Business Administration, Resource Partner
Kathie Weinberg & Lisa Nachman, Montgomery County Public Libraries
Lesley Fair, Esq., Federal Trade Commission
Nicole Vincent Fleming, Federal Trade Commission
Troi Barnett, US Small Business Administration, Resource Partner
Joseph Vaughan, Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association
Mary Ann Francois, TD Bank
Brian Boltz, TD Bank
Holly Pal, Esq., Securities Exchange Commission
Michael Richardson, Mid-Atlantic Federal Credit Union
Washington Women in Public Relations (WWPR)
What do you plan to do differently in handling your money as a result of this bootcamp?
"Shop with a plan; do biweekly budget checks."
"I plan to set up a way of balancing my spending in different categories."
"I'm planning on creating a budget right now to practice for when I'm older."
"I will put aside money whenever I get it in order to save for items I really need."
"Save! Save! Save!"
Why would you recommend this bootcamp to your friends?"It's fun, interactive, and insightful."
"My friends are not the best at spending money wisely..."
"I learned a lot and my friends would too."
"I think it is essential for everyone to learn about finances."
"It's a fun way to meet people."