RENO, NV - State Treasurer Kate Marshall is inviting women across Nevada to learn how to take better control of their money and family finances by attending the 2nd Annual 2013 Nevada Women’s Money Conference, sponsored by her office in cooperation with the International Association of Working Mothers.
Last year, more than 650 women from across Nevada took part in the Women’s Money Conferences, a first of its kind in Nevada.
The two conferences, which coincide with National Financial Literacy Month, will be held in Reno at the Sienna Hotel on Saturday, April 20, 2013; and in Las Vegas at the Texas Station Hotel on Saturday, April 27, 2013. Registration is limited to 300 attendees in Reno and 500 in Las Vegas. Cost is $75 per person, which includes admission to speaker and discussion sessions and the resource expo, plus continental breakfast, a luncheon, the Women’s Money Guidebook, and being part of a year-long mentoring program.
Marshall said the goal of the Nevada Women's Money Conference is in line with her office’s motto, Investing in Nevada’s Future, and is part of the Board of Trustees of the College Savings Plans of Nevada goal of improving financial fitness in our schools and for people throughout our state.
“The Nevada Women’s Money Conferences provide a full-day educational and networking event, which will provide women with the financial knowledge, tools, and contacts to build a secure financial future,” Marshall said. “As Chairman of the Nevada College Savings Board and as someone who believes wholeheartedly in financial fitness, I am grateful for the opportunity to share with women across our state information that can change their lives and their families’ financial security.”
Conference attendees will learn how to reduce financial stress; feel confident with money matters; fix credit; pay off debt; maximize income; save for college and retirement; develop a financial support network; and how to build a more secure financial future.
The Nevada Women’s Money Conference will feature presentations by noted financial authors and experts; discussion sessions with professional financial mentors; a financial resources expo; and networking events.