Heal Your Relationship with Money 3-Day Online Retreat
Return to the energy and the learning of the first annual Heal Your Relationship with Money 3-Day Virtual Retreat.
Entrepreneur, herbalist, and publicist Davisha Davis shares what led her to attend the Heal Your Relationship with Money. In this tell-all conversation, she get vulnerable about her money journey, her money goals, and the progress and wins she's made with her finance since attending the Heal Your Relationship with Money with Kara Stevens.
Kara Stevens is the founder of The Frugal Feminista, a personal finance and lifestyle blog and committed to empowering women to use money as a tool to fund their “juiciest” lives.
After climbing her way out of $65K worth of student loan and credit card debt, building up her financial reserves, and aggressively investing in equities, Kara soon saw the link between personal liberation, power, and financial freedom and wanted to inspire and educate other women around the increasing their financial acumen and financial self-confidence.
A teacher, historian, connector, and activist at heart, Kara wants to lead a “frugal feminista” revolution– to change the conversation between girlfriends, between husbands and wives, and between mothers and daughters.
Ms. Stevens is a native New Yorker and first-generation American via the beautiful island of Antigua. She possesses a BA in Political Science from Oberlin College, a MSEd in Bilingual Education from CUNY’s Hunter College and an EdM in Organizational Leadership from Columbia University’s Teachers College.
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