The Money Master Book Launch Party
You are invited to join us in an evening of celebrating the newly released book, The Money Master by Sandy Yong.
As millennials juggle the responsibilities of saving up for a dream wedding, house, vacation and retirement, they face many obstacles along the way. It's common for millennials to feel intimidated, overwhelmed and anxious when managing their money. The Money Master shows you how you can improve your financial situation by using various strategies on investing. Whether you are interested in becoming a real estate guru, earn money in the stock market or start your own business, this book shows you a powerful system to achieve your financial goals.
Come mix and mingle, listen to special guest speakers and learn how you can create wealth through investing.
*Book Purchase and Signing will be taking place throughout the event.*
6:30pm to 7:00pm - Registration & Networking
7:00pm to 7:45pm - Speeches, Speaker Panel, Door Prizes
7:45pm to 9:30pm - Networking
Personal Finance Journalist
Jessica Moorhouse, AFCC®
Money Expert & Financial Counsellor
Matthew Siwiec, CFP®
Professional Financial Coach
City Councillor for Ward 17, Don Valley North
Rubina is a journalist and personal finance expert. She regularly appears on TV and radio across Canada and writes for several online and magazine publications. This includes CBC Radio and Television, Global News Toronto and Global News Radio 640 Toronto. She writes regular columns for several magazines and has her own website www.alwayssavemoney.com.
Rubina began her career as a broadcast journalist in 1999. As a business reporter, she has worked for CP24 from the Toronto Stock Exchange and reported for BNN. Her work has also appeared in the Toronto Star and various other national magazines.
She has a Bachelor of Arts degree from York University and an alumna of the Humber College post-graduate journalism program. She has also completed the Canadian Securities Course.
Follow her on Twitter @alwayssavemoney
Jessica Moorhouse is a millennial money expert, Accredited Financial Counsellor Canada®, speaker, host of the Mo’ Money Podcast, and founder of the Millennial Money Meetup®. She is also a regular guest on CTV’s Mind the Gap, can be often be found featured in major publications like Yahoo Finance, VICE, MarketWatch, Huffington Post, and CBC News.
As a financial literacy coach and CFP®, Matthew specializes in empowering Canadians to achieve financial independence. After leaving a lengthy career in the commercial finance industry, he embraced
his entrepreneurial side and he now focuses on offering non-biased financial education. With over twelve years of financial advising experience, Matthew believes that financial education should be oriented to each individual’s unique needs and life goals. He is also an avid financial blogger and is involved with many local non-profit organizations.
Shelley Carroll was first elected in 2000 to the Toronto District School Board where she served as Trustee for 3 years, including a stint as Chair of the Board. In 2003, Shelley was elected City Councillor for Ward 33. During her 15 years as Councillor, Shelley put her financial background to use as Chair of the Budget Committee during the global financial crisis and as the inaugural Chair of the Toronto Film Board. More recently, Shelley served on the Toronto Police Services Board and the Toronto Transit Commission.
As Councillor for Ward 33, Shelley introduced the Basement Flooding Mitigation Program, negotiated over 500 affordable housing spaces, delivered renovations to community centres and implemented Toronto’s first-ever Participatory Budgeting process.
Meet the author and have your book signed.
Hors d'oeuvres and refreshments will be served.
Welcome and book signing to commence at 6:30pm.
Books will be available for purchase at the event.
$2 of each book purchase will be donated to the official charity, CAMH: The Centre of Addiction and Mental Health (https://www.camh.ca).
Please be sure to RSVP by Feb 18th through Eventbrite to get on the guest list. You must have a ticket in order to get into the event.
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