What You'll Get
- $55 for one admission to a two-hour women’s investing lesson and dinner with financial-education expert Melissa Donohue
- This event is for adults only
- Participants should bring something to take notes with
- Dietary restrictions can be accommodated
- Upon purchase, you may schedule for one of the available dates
- You must reserve your date here in advance of the event
The event will be held at Crepes du Nord, which serves up French and Scandinavian crepes in the financial district.
Each event is capped at 10 purchasers.
What You’ll Do
Investment is an important wealth-building tool that not only paves the way to a comfortable retirement, but also helps establish financial freedom. However, as it stands, women earn less and save less over their lifetimes than men do. Financial-education expert Melissa Donohue aims to change this through casual investing lessons that empower women to take the reins of their financial future.
Learn to Invest
Melissa Donohue shares fundamental investing advice for women, delving into each participant’s personal financial goals and experiences, as well as investing basics.
Enjoy Crepes and Wine
Throughout the discussion you’ll sample Crepes du Nord’s farm-to-table crepes, filled with locally grown ingredients, plus dessert and coffee.
Build Your Portfolio
With the advice from the dinner, and a packet of information each woman gets to take home, participants will have the tools necessary to begin investing wisely.
Founder and Principal, Financial Nutrition
As the founder of Financial Nutrition, Melissa Donohue spreads financial literacy any way she can—through lessons, textbooks, and even journalism. These avenues have led her down an understandably diverse career path. Within academia her work has focused on fostering financial knowledge among girls and women, whereas her time as a journalist has included a stint at Bloomberg LP and her finance-industry work has included jobs at Swiss Bank Corporation.
The Fine Print