Ultimately, after 23 in the banking world, I was laid off in 2017. And while it shattered my world at the moment, like many people, losing my job turned out to be the best thing that ever happened to me.
I found a new job in the start-up world, which opened my eyes to entrepreneurship and the struggles women face when raising capital. After some time there, however, my sister helped me realize my true passion: what I really wanted was to help women live their purpose and create economic power as business owners — and that’s what I get to do every day now.
Though my story has been messy at times, it’s shown me when women are economically empowered, they can change their lives completely. Money gives you choices, and the truth is, real power comes from having those choices.
If you’re ready to overcome the obstacles standing in your way and build a thriving, wildly successful business, I would be thrilled to support you.