UPCOMING EVENTS

Thursday, April 23rd, 2020

Managing Money at Home

The Greater Burlington Women’s Forum is excited to present a virtual lunchtime event that will help you manage money during this challenging time.

At our core the Greater Burlington Women’s Forum is a place for women of all walks of life to connect and gain useful tools, information and inspiration. In this new world of virtual gatherings, we are excited for the opportunity to reach even more of you. This month, we invite you and your entire quaranTEAM (pets & kids welcome) to join us online to discuss money maintenance in a time of crisis.

 

Joined by Connie Beal of United Way’s Working Bridges and Andria Denome of Baystate Financial, we’ll spend the hour discussing strategies for staying in the moment. Especially right now, we understand that it’s easy to feel like things are happening to you, so our panelists will share practical action items to help you regain control as it relates to your finances. Questions? Be sure to submit them when registering for this event! 

 

We’ll kick off the session with brief introductions from our panelists and then move into a discussion about setting realistic goals, steps you can take right now, tips for managing cash flow and resources that are available to you locally. What does financial stability mean to you? What are your short term and long term goals? How can you use this time to rethink your budget and strategy? We’ll spend the second part of the session addressing your questions, starting with the ones received during registration and opening up Q&A if we have time. We hope you’ll leave this session with actionable next steps and a list of accessible resources available. 

 

Panelists

Connie Beal - United Way 

Andria Denome - Baystate Financial 

 

Date: April 23rd, 2020

Time: 12PM-1:00PM

Place: Online via Zoom (details when you register) [For a basic Zoom guide, click here]

Format:

5 mins - Introductions 

20 mins - Panelist conversation (goals, action items, resources) 

30 mins - Question & Answer (from registration, via chat) 

5 - Wrap up 

 

A note from Greater Burlington Women’s Forum Leadership Team

We understand this is an extremely challenging time for all of us. We want to make sure that we are providing a safe, welcoming and inspiring space for you all. Our goal has always been to provide thoughtful, relevant and inspiring content so if there is a topic you’d like us to cover, let us know! We are all in this together and want to support this community however we can. 

 

About the Panelists:

 

Connie Beal, Working Bridges Initiative Director, United Way

Connie leads training development, innovation, and supports a team of skilled and caring Resource Coordinators. An exciting part of her work is convening the Working Bridges employer network to identify and design strategies, partnerships and pilots to elevate resources and identify gaps in supporting the ever-changing needs of Vermont's diverse workforce. She is also a Resource Coordinator and helps individual employees at workplaces navigate various community resources related to housing, childcare, transportation, health care, and more. She has experience working for nonprofits in the anti-violence and substance use prevention fields, as well as public health experience in the public sector. She holds a BA in Psychology from Colby College and Master of Public Administration (MPA) from the University of Vermont. Connie maintains work-life balance by escaping to a Vermont mountain top, playing with my young children, and eating plentiful amounts of dark chocolate.

 

Andria Denome, Financial Advisor, Baystate Financial

Andria provides holistic financial planning and education for both individual and organizational clients. She identifies client goals and priorities through relationship-building and works with a team of advisors at Baystate Financial to provide dynamic solutions for every stage of life. Her professional passion projects include increasing awareness and accessibility of ESG (Environmental, Social, Governance) investing, and working with companies to implement employee financial wellness strategies. She’s a graduate of UVM’s Sustainable Innovation MBA Program and has a background in family business. When she’s not in the office or visiting businesses, she can be found playing in the snow or biking to the beach.

 

Please register<http://bit.ly/managingmoneyathome> so we can manage the event effectively.

 

BY DONATION. For our events to be accessible and affordable for all women, we rely on your contributions! If you can manage it, we ask for a $5 donation when you register. If you would like to make your contribution online, please see our website (https://www.btvwomen.org) and click the DONATE button.

 

Our event sponsors include People's United Bank

 

Special thanks to the legal firm of PRIMMER PIPER EGGLESTON & CRAMER PC, our Founding Business Supporter; DUNKIEL SAUNDERS, Community Supporter; MERCY CONNECTIONS, our Fiscal Agent, providing fiscal oversight and tax-exempt status; and to MAYOR MIRO WEINBERGER, our Event Host Sponsor for live events.

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We hope you can join us!

 

Warmly, the Greater Burlington Women's Forum Leadership Team:

 

Abbie Waite, Aditi Datta, Andria Denome, Mary Dowd, Carina Driscoll, Charlene Wallace, Jessica Nordhaus, Gina Pandolfo, Olivia Peña, Leah Perkinson, Lola Houston.

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What's a Women's Forum Lunch Like?

Bring a lunch, listen, learn, share, and network with women in our community.

 

The program starts at promptly at noon, in Contois Auditorium, Burlington City Hall.

 

Most lunches involve a 20-30 minute panel presentation on a topic of interest followed by time for discussion with the women seated at your table. The program closes at 1:15pm with time for participants' announcements (job openings, services available, upcoming events...). The space is available until 1:30pm for informal networking.

 

Please register on Eventbrite to save your seat (no need to print out a ticket, though!). 

 

BY DONATION. For our events to be accessible and affordable for all women, we rely on your contributions! We ask for a $5 - $15 sliding scale donation at the door-- credit card, cash or check (payable to Greater Burlington Women's Forum). To make your contribution online, please click DONATE.

Special thanks to the legal firm of PRIMMER PIPER EGGLESTON & CRAMER PC, our Founding Business Supporter; DUNKIEL SAUNDERS, Community Supporter; MERCY CONNECTIONS, our Fiscal Agent, providing fiscal oversight and tax-exempt status; and to MAYOR MIRO WEINBERGER, our Event Host Sponsor.

Have a topic that you would like discussed? Want to organize a luncheon?

 

CONTACT THE GREATER BURLINGTON WOMEN'S FORUM LEADERSHIP TEAM FOR MORE INFORMATION OR VISIT OUR CONTACT PAGE.

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