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Women and Money

  • January 19, 2023
  • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
  • Zoom


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Thursday, January 19, 12:00-1:00 p.m. ET

Free for WMG members, $15 for non-members

If you’re an entrepreneur, solopreneur, consultant, free-lancer, or independent contractor who wants to grow your revenues in 2023, then this discussion is for you. 

Our panel of expert coaches will help you identify the emotions or ideas about money that are holding you back. They’ll show you how to set fees and value your services, and how to implement marketing strategies that result in enjoyable and effective sales conversations. There will be plenty of time for attendees to ask questions. Our goal is to provide information and answers that will help you grow your business in 2023.


Jane Wesman, who serves as WMG’s Programming Committee Chair, is president of Jane Wesman Public Relations, Inc. an agency that provides book marketing and publicity services (wesmanpr.com).  She is also the author of Dive Right In — The Sharks Won’t Bite: The Entrepreneurial Woman’s Guide to Success and has spent many years mentoring women business owners. Her articles on women and entrepreneurship have been published in a wide range of media outlets including Entrepreneur and Inc.


Monica Shah helps women entrepreneurs build businesses that support their ideal lifestyles. After receiving her MBA from the Kellogg School of Management and working in marketing for L’Oreal Paris, Monica left corporate America to start her own business. At Revenue Breakthrough (revenuebreakthrough.com), she guides clients through building, growing and expanding their businesses. She combines her business acumen with her intuition and healing abilities to help clients get unstuck, eliminate self-sabotage, and move through fear. Monica is the bestselling author of three books: Getting Rich: You’re Doing It Backwards, Pause: 52 Questions that Lead to More Money and Time, andThe Breakthrough Planner: A 90-Day System for Entrepreneurs.

After spending eight years on Wall Street as an equity markets sales specialist and corporate finance manager at such industry powerhouses as Merrill Lynch and Citigroup,Tricia Taitt started offering financial consulting services and officially formed FinCore in 2016 (fincorestrong.com). It is a boutique fractional CFO services company with a mission to engage, educate and empower business owners around their financials and to create a path to long-term financial stability and success. She helps clients move to a healthier relationship with money; gain confidence in their financial know-how to make the right decisions; and grow financially so they can give back to their businesses and communities and prepare to live the life they want upon exit. Tricia holds an MBA from Fuqua (Duke University) and a bachelors in finance from Wharton (University of Pennsylvania) and is the bestselling  author of Dancing with Numbers: Grow a Financially Healthy Business and Choreograph the Life You Want.

Mikelann Valterra is a writer, keynote speaker, and money coach who helps women transform their relationship with money. For over 25 years she has been a thought leader in the field of financial psychology. Mikelann has a bachelor’s in economics and a master’s in psychology and consciousness studies, including post-graduate training at the Financial Recovery Institute. She also holds an AFC® from the Association of Financial Counseling and Planning Education. Mikelann is the author of Why Women Earn Less, How to Make What You’re Really Worth. Her strong background in emotional intelligence, paired with her practical money strategies, enable her clients to consciously design their best life, while escaping financial anxiety. Learn more seattlemoneycoach.com.

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