My first experience in corporate America was at the age of 15 years old as a grocery clerk bagging groceries/pushing carts at Hughes Market in Dana Point, CA. Two weeks into being employed, I knew this job was NOT for me. That’s when I became determined; and seven years later, graduated with departmental honors securing my Bachelor of Science (BS) degree from the University of Southern California (USC), Marshall School of Business in 1999. From grocery clerk to financial fraud auditor, my 20 year journey was learning the importance of financial literacy and being fiscally responsible establishing a foundation for effective mentorship. Most people are habitually making just one or two mistakes; and if they can tweak those mistakes and learn to make better financial habits, they can gain financial freedom. Whether you’re living paycheck to paycheck, have debt, lack savings, or striving to be a first-time homebuyer, I’m here to help! Let’s start your financial path to freedom!
I Became a Life Coach
I recognize that managing the basics of finances can be a struggle for most. As a mortgage and banking professional with a career spanning over two decades, becoming a financial literacy leader and coach is something I have gratefully mastered. Overwhelmed by the desire to share the financial lessons with others and to do God’s will, I’ve decided to answer the call to serve and help everyday people reach their financial goals.
“Changing Your FINANCES starts with changing your MINDSET!
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