Savvy Money Management with Stacy Francis and Farnoosh Torabi in New York

Spend an evening with Step Up Women’s Network in partnership with Savvy Ladies

Tuesday, April 24, 2012
6:30pm – 8:00pm
New York NY

About Stacy Francis
Stacy is the President of Francis Financial and is referred to as “the human Prozac” for financial woes because, as a result of working with her, worries and anxiety over finances disappear. Stacy went from feeling disempowered as the only female working in an investment bank division of 50 men to being a very successful Certified Financial Planner®, running a private practice that brings in six figure revenues at a growth rate of 300% annually. She is proud to say that she lives without personal credit card debt, is a savvy investor, and is on her way to a seven-figure income within the next few years.

Stacy has an extensive background in finance. She attended the New York University Center for Finance, Law and Taxation where she successfully completed CFP® education requirements and the CFP® certification exam. She is a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst (CDFA), completed specialized training in the financial issues of divorce through the College for Divorce Specialists, and serves on the board for the Association of Divorce Financial Planners.

In addition, Stacy has a B.A. in International Economics and in French from Middlebury College where she graduated Cum Laude. She has been formerly employed as director of investment relations at Robinson, Lerer & Montgomery and as an investment-banking analyst at Donaldson, Lufkin & Jenrette Securities Corp., specializing in financial services.

Stacy is active in the development of financial planning as a profession. She is a professor for the International Association for Financial Planning where she teaches financial planning and investment management to students studying for the CFP® certification exam. She sits on the board of directors of the Financial Planning Association and is an adjunct professor at The New School University.

About Farnoosh Torabi
Farnoosh is a frequent financial contributor to The Today Show and host of the most popular personal finance series on the web, Financially Fit, which airs weekly on Yahoo!Finance. She is also the resident financial coach on Remake America, an original Yahoo! show helping struggling families rebuild their lives in this critical election year. The New York Times calls her advice, “perfectly practical.”

Farnoosh‘s work and advice has been featured in Real Simple, Glamour, Marie Claire, Cosmopolitan, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, and USA Today. Her television credits also include Good Morning America, Larry King Live, and Live! With Regis and Kelly.

She is the author of two books: You’re So Money: Live Rich Even When You’re Not and Psych Yourself Rich: Get the Mindset & Discipline You Need to Build Your Financial Life.

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About Savvy Ladies
Savvy Ladies is a 20,000+ member non-profit organization that educates and empowers women to take control of their finances and achieve more rich and rewarding lives. The website is a premier destination for women to learn about money, investing, and personal growth. Savvy Ladies takes women through all facets of financial planning from starting an investment program to understanding the ins and outs of a workable budget!

About Step Up Women’s Network
Step Up Women’s Network is a national, nonprofit membership organization dedicated to connecting and advancing women and girls. By bridging communities of professional women and underserved teen girls through mentorship, networking and advancement, we ensure women and girls have the opportunities they need to create a better future.

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