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You do not have to be a financial expert to help.

Volunteers are core to our work at Women’s Money Matters. Our participants know that our coaches and presenters are not showing up to support them because they are being paid to do so – they are doing it because they genuinely care.

Our fully-remote programs offer a range of volunteer opportunities and ways to help out from anywhere you are. We also have some limited in-person volunteering opportunities!

All you need is the desire to help another woman in your community make the most of the money she has.

We believe diversity in identity and perspective enriches our programs and helps us better serve our clients. We strongly encourage people of color, LGBTQ-identifying individuals, people with disabilities, and other underrepresented groups to apply to become a coach.

Step One - Apply to be a volunteer today!

Ways to Get Involved

Coach

Coaches are the backbone of our one-on-one coaching model. Coaches are thoughtfully paired with a program participant for the duration of the program. They work directly with their partner to help them reach their specific financial goals.

Apply to be a coach today!

Presenter

Presenters facilitate specific workshops as part of the program’s curriculum. For each workshop, we have already developed the lesson plan and materials, presenters are there to lead the lesson and conversation. You select the workshop topic that you feel most passionate about! Presenters can facilitate as many or as few workshops as they would like and are available, so this is a great way for individuals to volunteer who cannot commit to being a coach.

Apply to be a presenter today!

Upcoming Programs

In-Person Programs

Life Launch in partnership with Greenhalge School 

  • Starts: April 23rd, 2024
  • Tuesdays 3-4pm EST
  • In person at Greenhalge School, 149 Ennell Street, Lowell MA
  • This partnership with Greenhalge school will bring together a group of 9-11 year old girls to introduce them to financial wellness and money management. They will have a space to come together and talk about how money relates to goals, how to break goals into manageable and doable pieces, and begin introducing them to finances to promote confidence in the future. 

Virtual Programs

Life Launch Collective

  • Starts: April 20th, 2024
  • Tuesdays 7pm EST
  • Virtual, English
  • Our Life Launch program is for young women and girls who are just beginning their financial wellness journeys. This program is tailored to younger participants who are focusing on learning about banking basics, job readiness, furthering their educations or skills, how to make a savings and spending plan, and MORE 
  • Click here for full schedule 

Financial Futures Collective 

  • Starts: April 25th, 2024
  • Thursdays 6:30-8pm EST
  • Virtual, English
  • Our signature Financial Futures program empowers participants with coaching, financial wellness workshops, community and peer support, and resources to feel more confident to manage their finances.
  • Click here for full schedule 

Financial Futures Collective 

  • Starts: May 11th, 2024
  • Saturdays, 9:30-11am EST
  • Virtual, English
  • Our signature Financial Futures program empowers participants with coaching, financial wellness workshops, community and peer support, and resources to feel more confident to manage their finances.
  • Click here for full schedule 

Financial Futures Collective 

  • Starts: May 14th, 2024
  • Tuesdays 6:30-8pm EST
  • Virtual, English
  • Our signature Financial Futures program empowers participants with coaching, financial wellness workshops, community and peer support, and resources to feel more confident to manage their finances.
  • Click here for full schedule 

Financial Futures Collective 

  • Starts: May 20th, 2024
  • Mondays 6:30-8pm EST
  • Virtual, English
  • Our signature Financial Futures program empowers participants with coaching, financial wellness workshops, community and peer support, and resources to feel more confident to manage their finances.
  • Click here for full schedule 

Spanish Programs

Colectivo de futuros financieros

  • Empieza: 23 de abril 2024
  • Martes 6:30-8pm EST
  • Virtual, Español
  • Nuestro exclusivo programa Financial Futures brinda a los participantes capacitación, talleres de bienestar financiero, apoyo comunitario y de pares, y recursos para sentirse más seguros para administrar sus finanzas.
  • Clic agenda completa

Hear from Volunteers

I would greatly encourage someone to become a coach. I found the group to be very supportive, kind and all contributed to an incredibly genial environment for all.

Patricia

I am learning and so grateful for the opportunity. My participant was wonderful. I sent her encouraging text messages on Monday mornings her responses were filled with gratitude. It was encouraging for me.
We planted seeds.

Kimberly

I enjoyed helping a woman make tangible differences in her life and helping the entire group of participants in supporting one another!

Allison

I love coaching with this program! It's so inspiring to help other women empower themselves in their lives.

Pamela

I think this program shows in a simple way how to start organizing your finance and that is great. I loved the fact that maybe I’m not a financial expert, but I have had some other opportunities in life and adding some empathy, I could support these women in their journeys.

Mariedelsy

Our Volunteers

Many of our financial wellness programs are virtual so you can sign up to help create more secure financial futures for the women in our programs from anywhere. Our programs take place in the eastern time zone but our volunteers currently span the entire country, and even across the globe!

Volunteer Frequently Asked Questions

How to Get Involved

What is the time commitment each week for each role?

Volunteer Coach: 

~2.5 hours per week for the duration of the program (~3-4 months). Each week will include 1 hour of 1:1 time (or more if you choose), and a 1.5 hour WMM workshop.  If you need to miss a workshop or two, that is ok just communicate with us and your partner! 

Volunteer Presenter: 

~3-4 hours per workshop: 1.5-2.5 hours to prepare for the workshop and 2 hours on presentation day. Once you have presented a workshop, the preparation time will be less if you present again in the future!

I am not available during normal working hours. Would this prevent me from being able to volunteer as a coach?

Not at all! The majority of our programs take place in the evening, though some are offered during the day. The coach and participant paired together decide the best time to meet between workshops that will work for both of their schedules.

What if I need to miss one or more workshop sessions?

We understand that an unavoidable conflict may come up, people get sick, etc. The success of the program relies on a commitment from both the coach and their partner to attend as many workshops and one-on-one sessions as possible.  If it is something you know about in advance, be sure to let the Program Leader know so they will ensure that your participant has support during the breakout session/workshop. Also let your partner know that you will not be there and encourage them to attend in your absence so they do not miss the week’s lesson.  If you know in advance that you will be missing multiple workshops, our Volunteer Manager can help you find a program that will better fit your schedule.

Can I coach multiple participants at once?

Coaches can only coach one participant per Women’s Money Matters program. We pride ourselves in the meaningful one-on-one relationships that are built between coaches and participants, which have proven most successful in supporting participants in meeting their financial goals. Special circumstances where experienced coaches want to volunteer for multiple programs (e.g., if programs that may overlap shortly or meet at different times) will be considered on a case-by-case basis by program leadership.

Are volunteer positions (e.g., coaches, presenters) compensated or provided stipends?

Coaches and presenters are volunteers who give their time to women in our programs.

Volunteer Qualifications

What qualifies a person to be a coach?

The women in our financial health programs need a different type of financial coach. Our participants come from a diverse set of backgrounds and, unfortunately, many have experienced some form of trauma in their lives. For these reasons, while our participants come to us to get support in meeting their financial goals, they really need someone who can take the time to understand their full life picture in a non-judgmental and compassionate way. Someone who cares about the participant holistically. Someone who is in their corner and wants to empower them and build their confidence to succeed, both personally and financially.

Do any workshops require a financial background to be a presenter?

Although a financial background is not necessary to be a presenter, some workshop topics such as Building Credit, Repairing Credit, and Fighting Fraud require a level of expertise on the topic and knowledge of current trends in order to feel comfortable responding to questions during the presentation. These workshops are often led by volunteers directly from financial institutions.

Do I need to be a woman to volunteer?

Coaches are required to be women (cis and trans women) or a non-binary person who is comfortable in a space that centers around the experiences of women. 

Anyone, regardless of gender, is welcome to be a presenter as long as they are comfortable working in a women-centered space.

What technology do I need to have to participate in virtual programs?

You can join from any device anywhere as long as you have the internet access to connect to Zoom, we just ask that you have your camera on when possible to build a rapport with the group. It is preferred that the Tech Support role connect with a computer that supports full zoom functionality.

Why do I have to fill out a CORI (i.e., background check) and sign a confidentiality agreement?

Throughout the program, participants may be disclosing personal financial information with their partner via screen sharing or in person (example: credit reports, bank statements, online accounts). In addition to the our Life Launch program which may include participants under the age of 18, many of our participants are parents/caregivers of children, and it is entirely possible to encounter them throughout the program, especially during virtual programming and in-person one-on-one in meetings.  We want to maintain trust with our participants and collaborating organizations by ensuring our volunteers are fully vetted. 

Volunteer Training

What materials and resources will I receive and how will they be delivered?

At this time, materials (google slides for weekly workshops, zoom links, activities, etc.) are shared via google drive. This is expected to change with upcoming developments on our new website; regardless, materials will still be accessed electronically.

Is training required to be a volunteer?

All volunteers (coaches, presenters) receive official training and orientations, as well as all needed materials and resources to adequately fulfill their role. A Coach Exchange (zoom event) is offered each month for new and experienced coaches to come together and share ideas, experiences, and support each other through any challenges they may be facing.

Do presenters develop the workshops?

No, we already have a curriculum that was developed over many years in a really interactive way with many partners, participants and presenters providing input. Presenters are provided with materials and a lesson plan but are encouraged to augment the presentation with their own knowledge and flair while being sensitive to the audience to which they will be presenting.

Program-Related Questions

How am I assigned to a program? Can I choose which program I volunteer for?

As new programs are announced, volunteers will be notified (via email/newsletter) and will have the opportunity to review options and select which program they would prefer to enroll in based upon their personal schedule and availability.

How do you match your participants to coaches?

Participants and coaches are matched by the Volunteer Manager and Program Leader based on answers provided on the intake application/survey submitted by both participants and coaches, as well as information shared during the Introduction workshops.  We encourage Coaches to let us know of any skills, abilities, or experiences that they feel would be helpful in the matching process.

What determines if a program will run longer? Would I know before signing up?

Program schedules are set before we start the process of recruiting coaches.  Although very rare, if an adjustment needs to be made to an existing schedule after the start of the program, all participants will be notified in advance.

Will programs be returning to in-person?

We have begun in-person programs again for collaborator organizations who request it. If you would like to volunteer in-person ask about the locations of our in-person programs. We will continue to offer a lot of virtual opportunities too!

Interested in learning more?

We look forward to hearing from you!

Apply to be a volunteer today!
🌟 Ready to take the next steps in your financial journey? 🌟

Join us at Women's Money Matters for a supplemental workshop on "Saving for Retirement"! 💰💼

📅 Date: Thursday, April 4th
🕒 Time: 6:30-8pm EST
📍 Where: Zoom

Are you looking to enhance your saving strategies for education, start saving for retirement, and MORE? Look no further! Our workshop will equip you with the tools you need to secure your financial future.

Topics include:
✅ Social Security insights
✅ Funding education for yourself or your loved ones
✅ Exploring different retirement account options
✅ Introduction to investment opportunities
...and much MORE!

This is your chance to dive deep into the world of retirement planning, completely free of charge! 💸 Don't miss out—reserve your spot today! Click the link below to register: https://qrco.de/bewA7A

Get ready to empower yourself financially and pave the way for a secure future! 💪 

#FinancialFreedom #RetirementPlanning #WomensMoneyMatters

🌟 Ready to take the next steps in your financial journey? 🌟

Join us at Women`s Money Matters for a supplemental workshop on "Saving for Retirement"! 💰💼

📅 Date: Thursday, April 4th
🕒 Time: 6:30-8pm EST
📍 Where: Zoom

Are you looking to enhance your saving strategies for education, start saving for retirement, and MORE? Look no further! Our workshop will equip you with the tools you need to secure your financial future.

Topics include:
✅ Social Security insights
✅ Funding education for yourself or your loved ones
✅ Exploring different retirement account options
✅ Introduction to investment opportunities
...and much MORE!

This is your chance to dive deep into the world of retirement planning, completely free of charge! 💸 Don`t miss out—reserve your spot today! Click the link below to register: https://qrco.de/bewA7A

Get ready to empower yourself financially and pave the way for a secure future! 💪

#FinancialFreedom #RetirementPlanning #WomensMoneyMatters
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🌟 April marks the beginning of Financial Literacy Month! 💰✨ At Women's Money Matters, we're dedicated to empowering girls and women living on low-incomes with the knowledge, skills, and confidence they need to achieve financial wellness. Join us this month as we celebrate and promote financial literacy and wellness!

Are you ready to join the over 3,800 graduates and volunteers who are part of our Women’s Money Matters community of financial goal-getters?👩‍💼 Whether you're looking to enhance your own financial knowledge or coaching a woman in our community on her journey, there are many ways to get involved this April:

1️⃣ Join our program and attend our workshops alongside your dedicated coach. Our workshops are focused on budgeting, saving, credit, fighting fraud, and more! https://womensmoneymatters.org/join-a-program/
2️⃣ Volunteer your time to support women and girls in our community as they overcome their financial challenges and create plans to achieve specific financial goals. You will be a shoulder to lean on, a trusted listener, and cheerleader for your partner in the program. Apply today and support financial wellness this April: https://womensmoneymatters.org/volunteer-application/
3️⃣ Raise your voice! Share our resources and posts to help raise awareness about the importance of financial literacy. Write to your legislator today about the importance of including financial literacy in the K-12 curriculum: https://malegislature.gov/Search/FindMyLegislator

Together, let's make a difference in people's lives by promoting financial wellness! 💪💵 

#FinancialLiteracyMonth #WomenEmpowerment #WomensMoneyMatters

🌟 April marks the beginning of Financial Literacy Month! 💰✨ At Women`s Money Matters, we`re dedicated to empowering girls and women living on low-incomes with the knowledge, skills, and confidence they need to achieve financial wellness. Join us this month as we celebrate and promote financial literacy and wellness!

Are you ready to join the over 3,800 graduates and volunteers who are part of our Women’s Money Matters community of financial goal-getters?👩‍💼 Whether you`re looking to enhance your own financial knowledge or coaching a woman in our community on her journey, there are many ways to get involved this April:

1️⃣ Join our program and attend our workshops alongside your dedicated coach. Our workshops are focused on budgeting, saving, credit, fighting fraud, and more! https://womensmoneymatters.org/join-a-program/
2️⃣ Volunteer your time to support women and girls in our community as they overcome their financial challenges and create plans to achieve specific financial goals. You will be a shoulder to lean on, a trusted listener, and cheerleader for your partner in the program. Apply today and support financial wellness this April: https://womensmoneymatters.org/volunteer-application/
3️⃣ Raise your voice! Share our resources and posts to help raise awareness about the importance of financial literacy. Write to your legislator today about the importance of including financial literacy in the K-12 curriculum: https://malegislature.gov/Search/FindMyLegislator

Together, let`s make a difference in people`s lives by promoting financial wellness! 💪💵

#FinancialLiteracyMonth #WomenEmpowerment #WomensMoneyMatters
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🌟✨ What an incredible way to close out Women's History Month! 🌟✨

A huge THANK YOU to everyone who joined us for our Money and Mingle event! It was an evening filled with inspiration, empowerment, and meaningful connections. We couldn't have asked for a better way to celebrate the achievements of women in finance.

Special thanks to our amazing panelists:

🌟Lubna Lundy, Director, Investment Product at @fidelity 

🌟Jacqueline Chacon Event Sponsorship Manager, Corporate Citizenship managing at State Street

🌟Michelle Brathwaite Regional Vice President at @primerica and Co-Founder of Building Black Wealth, and a Women’s Money Matters Board Member

Your insights and stories have left a lasting impact on all of us. 🙌 And, of course, a heartfelt thank you to our organizational sponsors, @wfboston and @cummingsfoundation , and our event sponsor, @enterprisebanking for their support in making this event and our work possible! 💼

To everyone who attended, your presence made this event truly special. Thank you for being a part of our community and for your continued dedication to women's financial empowerment. 💪💰

Let's carry this momentum forward and continue to uplift and empower each other! 💼🚀 

#WomensMoneyMatters #Empowerment #Finance #WomeninFinance #ThankYou #Gratitude #Community #Networking

🌟✨ What an incredible way to close out Women`s History Month! 🌟✨

A huge THANK YOU to everyone who joined us for our Money and Mingle event! It was an evening filled with inspiration, empowerment, and meaningful connections. We couldn`t have asked for a better way to celebrate the achievements of women in finance.

Special thanks to our amazing panelists:

🌟Lubna Lundy, Director, Investment Product at @fidelity

🌟Jacqueline Chacon Event Sponsorship Manager, Corporate Citizenship managing at State Street

🌟Michelle Brathwaite Regional Vice President at @primerica and Co-Founder of Building Black Wealth, and a Women’s Money Matters Board Member

Your insights and stories have left a lasting impact on all of us. 🙌 And, of course, a heartfelt thank you to our organizational sponsors, @wfboston and @cummingsfoundation , and our event sponsor, @enterprisebanking for their support in making this event and our work possible! 💼

To everyone who attended, your presence made this event truly special. Thank you for being a part of our community and for your continued dedication to women`s financial empowerment. 💪💰

Let`s carry this momentum forward and continue to uplift and empower each other! 💼🚀

#WomensMoneyMatters #Empowerment #Finance #WomeninFinance #ThankYou #Gratitude #Community #Networking
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🌟 We’re always so happy to hear amazing stories full of resilience and determination💪 Deonne, who graduated from one of our Financial Future programs a few years back, shared that she was able to buy her daughter an inhaler thanks to our financial wellness programs. This was an emergency $200 expense that she was able to cover with emergency savings that she didn’t have before being a part of Women’s Money Matters. 

Thanks to the knowledge she’s gained and the saving changes she made through our financial wellness programs, she was able to provide for her daughter's emergency needs. She embodies the power of community and financial empowerment!💰
Deonne's financial wellness journey is a testament to the impact of financial empowerment. It's about more than just numbers on a sheet—it's about empowering women to take control of their futures and provide for their loved ones with confidence. We love celebrating wins! 💖✨ 

#FinancialEmpowerment #TransformativeJourneys #WomensMoneyMatters

🌟 We’re always so happy to hear amazing stories full of resilience and determination💪 Deonne, who graduated from one of our Financial Future programs a few years back, shared that she was able to buy her daughter an inhaler thanks to our financial wellness programs. This was an emergency $200 expense that she was able to cover with emergency savings that she didn’t have before being a part of Women’s Money Matters.

Thanks to the knowledge she’s gained and the saving changes she made through our financial wellness programs, she was able to provide for her daughter`s emergency needs. She embodies the power of community and financial empowerment!💰
Deonne`s financial wellness journey is a testament to the impact of financial empowerment. It`s about more than just numbers on a sheet—it`s about empowering women to take control of their futures and provide for their loved ones with confidence. We love celebrating wins! 💖✨

#FinancialEmpowerment #TransformativeJourneys #WomensMoneyMatters
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🌟Our Senior Volunteer and Community Engagement Manager, Ariana, presented to the students of Salem Prep! The group was amazing–engaged and eager, and some students expressed interest in joining our Life Launch Financial Wellness program, starting April 9th!🎉

Moments like these remind us of the importance of integrating financial education into early education. It will shape a financially savvy future!🤑💜💚

🌟Our Senior Volunteer and Community Engagement Manager, Ariana, presented to the students of Salem Prep! The group was amazing–engaged and eager, and some students expressed interest in joining our Life Launch Financial Wellness program, starting April 9th!🎉

Moments like these remind us of the importance of integrating financial education into early education. It will shape a financially savvy future!🤑💜💚
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Calling all changemakers! We are looking for passionate volunteers to guide our financial wellness program participants! 

We need ten coaches for our English Financial Futures program, which runs Mondays from 6:30-8 PM. Women in the program, like Samantha, need support to reach their goals. Samantha shares, “My financial goal is to be debt-free, have savings, an emergency fund, and save money for my future.” 

Additionally, seven volunteers are needed for our in-person YWCA Lawrence Life Launch girl’s program that runs on Wednesdays. 

If you have a heart for empowering others and are looking for volunteer opportunities, join us in making a difference. Your time and expertise can light up the path to financial wellness for many. 

“I appreciate the time the people took to teach us and give us information, as well as everyone's understanding and patience. Thank You All!” - WMM Graduate

Please visit our website for ways to get involved! Link is always in our bio!

#VolunteerOpportunity #FinancialEmpowerment #MakeADifference #WomensMoneyMatters

Calling all changemakers! We are looking for passionate volunteers to guide our financial wellness program participants!

We need ten coaches for our English Financial Futures program, which runs Mondays from 6:30-8 PM. Women in the program, like Samantha, need support to reach their goals. Samantha shares, “My financial goal is to be debt-free, have savings, an emergency fund, and save money for my future.”

Additionally, seven volunteers are needed for our in-person YWCA Lawrence Life Launch girl’s program that runs on Wednesdays.

If you have a heart for empowering others and are looking for volunteer opportunities, join us in making a difference. Your time and expertise can light up the path to financial wellness for many.

“I appreciate the time the people took to teach us and give us information, as well as everyone`s understanding and patience. Thank You All!” - WMM Graduate

Please visit our website for ways to get involved! Link is always in our bio!

#VolunteerOpportunity #FinancialEmpowerment #MakeADifference #WomensMoneyMatters
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🎊A huge round of applause to our financial wellness program participants who attended the Spanish Cybersecurity Level-Up Workshop! They have just taken the steps to learn how to protect their digital identities and secure their finances, and their dedication to enhancing their financial health is amazing. 

Led by Juan Vasquez, Managing Director & Senior Information Security Officer at State Street, this workshop teaches women the crucial steps to secure themselves and their financial futures in this digital age.

Thank you to our organization partner @wfboston for making these level-up workshops possible!

🎊A huge round of applause to our financial wellness program participants who attended the Spanish Cybersecurity Level-Up Workshop! They have just taken the steps to learn how to protect their digital identities and secure their finances, and their dedication to enhancing their financial health is amazing.

Led by Juan Vasquez, Managing Director & Senior Information Security Officer at State Street, this workshop teaches women the crucial steps to secure themselves and their financial futures in this digital age.

Thank you to our organization partner @wfboston for making these level-up workshops possible!
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From the first woman-owned bank to breaking glass ceilings in boardrooms, women’s journey in finance has been nothing short of revolutionary. Swipe through to explore key milestones in our financial history and see how far we’ve come. 

✨1800s
US, 1839: Mississippi allows women to own property in their own names and is the first state to do so.
US, 1848: Married Woman’s Property Act is passed in New York. which allowed women to own, buy, and sell property, keep any income from the property or occupation, and keep any inheritance. 
✨1900s
US, 1903: Maggie Lena Walker becomes the first woman to own a bank. St. Luke Penny Savings Bank,
US, 1919: First Women’s Bank of Tennessee (Clarksville) opens to cater to women customers only. Founded by Brenda Vineyard Runyon.
US, 1974, when the Equal Credit Opportunity Act passed, women in the U.S. were granted the right to open a bank account and receive a credit card on their own.
✨2000s
A new law adds protection against pay discrimination: the Equal Pay Act.
✨2010s
Most working mothers are breadwinners. Quote: “More than 4 in 10 (41.2 percent) were sole or primary breadwinners” (Center for American Progress)
First woman nominated as Federal Reserve Chair: Janet Yellen!
✨Today
Today, we have more programs like Women’s Money Matters, a financial wellness program that empowers women and girls to confidently take control of their finances!

Let’s honor our past, celebrate our progress, and continue to push for a future where financial inclusivity and empowerment are realities for all women. Together, we write the next chapter. 

#WomensFinanceJourney #Empowerment #FinancialFreedom #HerStoryInFinance

From the first woman-owned bank to breaking glass ceilings in boardrooms, women’s journey in finance has been nothing short of revolutionary. Swipe through to explore key milestones in our financial history and see how far we’ve come.

✨1800s
US, 1839: Mississippi allows women to own property in their own names and is the first state to do so.
US, 1848: Married Woman’s Property Act is passed in New York. which allowed women to own, buy, and sell property, keep any income from the property or occupation, and keep any inheritance.
✨1900s
US, 1903: Maggie Lena Walker becomes the first woman to own a bank. St. Luke Penny Savings Bank,
US, 1919: First Women’s Bank of Tennessee (Clarksville) opens to cater to women customers only. Founded by Brenda Vineyard Runyon.
US, 1974, when the Equal Credit Opportunity Act passed, women in the U.S. were granted the right to open a bank account and receive a credit card on their own.
✨2000s
A new law adds protection against pay discrimination: the Equal Pay Act.
✨2010s
Most working mothers are breadwinners. Quote: “More than 4 in 10 (41.2 percent) were sole or primary breadwinners” (Center for American Progress)
First woman nominated as Federal Reserve Chair: Janet Yellen!
✨Today
Today, we have more programs like Women’s Money Matters, a financial wellness program that empowers women and girls to confidently take control of their finances!

Let’s honor our past, celebrate our progress, and continue to push for a future where financial inclusivity and empowerment are realities for all women. Together, we write the next chapter.

#WomensFinanceJourney #Empowerment #FinancialFreedom #HerStoryInFinance
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