Women's Center

Financial Wellness with the WMC

A workshop series offered with the Tennessee Tech College of Business

This workshop series is all about financial literacy, and empowering young people to take charge of their financial futures. It's open and useful to everyone, and it will specifically address the issues facing women. Participants enroll in the entire series, and those who complete all the sessions will graduate at our April awards banquet.

2023 Logistics: 4-5:15 pm the first Wednesday of the month (Feb-April) in Johnson Hall 220.  Dinner will be provided, along with workshop material. Details for each session are included below.

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2023 Session Details

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Session 1: Our Money Stories

February 1, 4:00 pm, JH 220

Our panelists will introduce financial empowerment by telling their own money stories, highlighting feelings around money and big life transitions. Participants will come away with a new perspective on the stories we tell and how feelings can affect our relationship with money.

Panelists, from left to right:

  • Nia Buntin, Tennessee Tech College of Business graduate and current Audit Associate with Smith Marion & Company in Franklin, TN
  • Charria Campbell, Director of Student Engagement & Intercultural Affairs
  • Dr. Ann Davis, Professor of Accounting and licensed CPA in the state of Tennessee and a CGMA
  • Cheryl Montgomery, Director for the Dean of the College of Business

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Session 2: Budgeting

March 1, 4:00 pm, JH 220

with Cassie Brown, Tech MBA graduate and Raymond James Financial Planner

How do you feel about budgeting? Yes, no...maybe so? Is there more than one way to budget? Do you have to use Excel? What if all that planning makes you queasy? Tackle these questions and more with this session on the building blocks of budgeting--which can be much simpler than you think.

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Session 3: Building Credit

April 5, 4:00 pm, Johnson Hall 220

Credit has a huge impact on your life, well beyond student loans. It can determine the cars you drive, which house you can buy, and the school zone where your kids live. Credit matters, but it can be overwhelming to navigate. How do you build credit when you're just starting out? Dr. Alma Nuñez will guide participants through that process in this session.

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April 24, 5:00 pm,  Johnson Hall 103

We will recognize our graduates with plaques and in the program for our April awards banquet. Bring friends and family, and celebrate what you've learned! Let us know who's coming by April 17th.

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