#WCW: Women in Finance

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This week’s #womancrushwednesday is all about women who have created waves in the financial industry.

Let’s be honest, money isn't the most comfortable thing to talk about. Whether it is investing your money, creating a budget for yourself, or simply making your money work harder for you, it can be quite a feat to find the right tools and learn the lingo. However, these female mavens have made it their goal to make money management a breeze.  

 

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Priya Malani (Stashwealth)

Priya Malani, founding partner at Stash Wealth, started her journey in the financial industry in wealth management at Merrill Lynch. Once she acquired enough experience to understand the ins and outs of money management, she decided that it was time for a financial tool that was tailored to H.E.N.R.Ys (high earner, not rich yet). Priya has made it Stash Wealth’s primary objective to educate and empower millenials who have just began to navigate their financial goals.
 

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Alexa Von Tobel (Learnvest)

Alexa Von Tobel is the founder and CEO of LearnVest, among the . With a resume that is full of many accomplishments including, Harvard Business School and dropping out, making it onto the coveted Forbes 30 Under 30 list. She has made it her mission to educate people on becoming “Financially Fearless”. LearnVest is a financial planning tool that is can be customized just as you need.

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Sallie Krawcheck (Ellevest) Sallie Krawcheck, founder of the digital financial advisor, Ellevest, is something of a financial feminist. With all the right credentials to support her mission, such as an MBA from Columbia and a career as CEO of Merill Lynch in Wealth Management, she has used her influential voice to educate women on the power of investing. With Ellevest, she has provided women with a safe platform to learn how to take better and smarter risks with their money.