Pauleanna Reid Hosts the Mo’ Money Workshop
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Motivational Speaker and Nationally published journalist hosts workshop to help women manage personal finance.
TORONTO, ON (Aug. 4, 2012)—This workshop was created to tackle the lack of financial literacy amongst young men and women within the community. The objective was to help 40 young adults enhance their lives by empowering them to make smart financial moves so that they can live up to their highest potential.
“I wish there were a financial empowerment classes in High school,” says Reid. “Young adults are drowning in debt at early stages in their lives but without proper education they cannot change their circumstance. Financial freedom is achievable for all. We have to teach young adults how to manage their money efficiently so they can live life to the fullest without worry.”
Pauleanna was joined by financial expert, Ken Thomas, who educated attendees on how to plan for their future and to consider options like life and health insurance, RRSP’s and a will.
“Pauleanna is an amazing women with the drive and ability to motivate hundreds of people into wanting the best for themselves. At all times I have found her to be passionate, sincere and reliable. Pauleanna is a pleasure to work with!” Maryam Bayoumi
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About Pauleanna Reid
Pauleanna Reid is a nationally published journalist, motivational speaker, celebrity fashion stylist and mentor. Through a whirlwind of inspirational lectures, round table discussions and media appearances, she positively influences, challenges and reconnects youth with their passions while providing the necessary tools to prioritize and execute. Pauleanna uses incredible wit and candour to target young women and help them shape and create the world that they have always desired. Having overcome her own personal and professional obstacles, her powerful story-telling encourages this generation to face their challenges and conquer them.
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