Author Talk: Roselyn Wilkinson
July 10 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pmFree
When it comes to your money and finances, are you a damsel in distress? Well there’s no need to wait for Prince Charming and no settling for being “princess.” Why not move right up to Queen? It’s time to own your financial life just as you do your career and health. Set your own goals and don’t abdicate your financial health to anyone else. If the whole idea of financial planning scares you, know that financial planning is no more complicated than eighth-grade math. You can do this. After all, you’re the Queen!
Roselyn is a Pittsburgh-based financial planner who essentially found that there weren’t many reading options for women that centered on their unique and specific needs when it comes to personal finance, investments and financial planning. Since she didn’t find that many options, she decided to write the book that she felt some women needed: It’s Good to be Queen: Every Woman’s Pocket Guide to Financial Sovereignty.
It’s a fun, readable book covering the complexity of money management, investing and personal finance without creating barriers caused by the use of financial jargon or over-complications. At the same time, and perhaps most importantly, it is a road map for women to take control of their financial futures. For each individual, the challenge may be unique, but there are some commonalities among many women which this book addresses.
A Certified Financial Planner ® CFP professional, Roselyn is the author of “It’s Good to be Queen: Every Woman’s Pocket Guide to Financial Sovereignty.” She is passionate about helping women feel empowered financially. She is President of MD&A Financial Management Co. and a Registered Representative and Investment Advisory Associate of Berthel Fisher & Company Financial Services, Inc. Roselyn is a graduate of Bucknell University with an MBA from the University of Pittsburgh. On the board of the Women & Girls Foundation, Roselyn actively supports other women professionals and woman-owned businesses.