NYC: How to Live Financially Ever After with Stacy Francis
Join What Women Want Networking NYC as we come together to talk about life, money and charity with Stacy Francis.
We’ll talk with Stacy about how we can maintain stable personal and financial footing through life transitions. And we’ll discuss how and why Stacy started Savvy Ladies™, a nonprofit organization founded to educate and empower women to take control of their finances.
DOOR PRIZES include (of course we have giveaways):
– Tickets to Cyberbabies the Musical running May 30 – June 17 at Theater For The New City
– Swisse Hair Skin + Nail supplement
We promise you’ll have some fun, learn something and make some new connections. May you enter as a guest, yet leave as a friend! Come share exactly what you want in your life and your business. And bring plenty of business cards to connect to the women in the room! You are also welcome to bring a door prize to raffle off if you chose!
Valuable Networking * Smart Savvy Women * Entertaining & Educational Guest Speaker * Wine + Hors d’oeuvres * Raffles & Gifts
ABOUT OUR SPEAKER:
Stacy Francis, CFP®, CDFA®, CES™, President & CEO Francis Financial
Stacy Francis is the President and CEO of Francis Financial, Inc., a fee-only boutique Wealth Management, Financial Planning and Divorce Financial Planning firm dedicated to providing ongoing comprehensive advice for high-achieving women and couples in transition. Stacy has over 20 years of experience in the financial industry. She attended the New York University Center for Finance, Law and Taxation, where she completed the Certified Financial Planner™ (CFP®) designation. Stacy is also a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst® (CDFA®) as well as a Certified Estate and Trust Specialist (CES™). Stacy has mastered specialized training in the financial issues of divorce and is the Director of the Association of Divorce Financial Planners’ (ADFP) Greater New York Metro Chapter.
Stacy is the founder of Savvy Ladies™, a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing free financial education and resources to empower women to achieve financial independence. Savvy Ladies has helped over 15,000 women through free one-on-one financial counseling, workshops and retreats.
She is a nationally-recognized financial expert being one of twenty of the nation’s leading wealth managers on CNBC’s Digital Financial Advisor Council, a member of the Forbes Finance Council as well as an expert contributor for The Wall Street Journal. Stacy’s expertise is highlighted in over 200 media publications, articles, bylined pieces and quotes.
Stacy has received numerous industry awards, among them, Investment News 2016 Women to Watch, Financial Planning Association’s Heart of Financial Planning Award and Financial Planning Magazine’s Pro Bono Award. She was also listed as a national Money Hero by CNN Money Magazine and received the Women’s Choice Award for one of the best financial Advisors for women.
Stacy also hosts the podcast, Financially Ever After, where she brings savvy tips and words of wisdom on how to secure your financial future before, during and after divorce. For 30 minutes, every other week, you can hear personal stories from women who have either faced or are currently facing this transition. In addition, listeners soak up knowledge and inspiration from the industry’s top legal, financial, residential and mental health professionals.
Personally: Stacy grew up in the countryside in Michigan, which sparked her love of animals and the outdoors. She enjoys snowboarding, skiing, and horseback riding with her family. Stacy is as active as it gets and she loves her morning boot camp, running marathons and training for triathlons. Her favorite activities include cooking with her kids for their monthly Chopped Cooking Competitions, discovering new wines with her husband, swimming with dolphins in the Bahamas and scuba diving in the Dominican Republic. Captain Stacy and her family are also avid sailors and she recently acquired her sailing certification.
Favorite quote: “Whether you think that you can or you can’t, you’re usually right.“ – Henry Ford