Navigating Personal Finance in the Age of COVID-19: An Early Career Professionals Meet-Up

Date: Tuesday, October 6
Time: 5:00pm-6:30pm EDT
Location: Zoom Meeting (Advanced registration is required.)

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Navigating Personal Finance in the Age of COVID-19: An Early Career Professionals Meet-Up
Zoom Meeting | Tuesday, October 6 | 5:00pm-6:30pm EDT

At a time when arts administrators have lost jobs, been furloughed, or face reduced income, navigating personal finances can feel harrowing. This event seeks to support Early Career Professionals, many of whom were already managing on small salaries with limited savings pre-pandemic. Join us as financial and HR professionals address how to manage financial challenges, including issues such as student loan repayment, credit card debt, and COBRA. This event is hosted by the Early Career Professionals Meet-Up Group, but is open to all members of the arts education community at no cost. Advanced registration is required.

Zoom Registration Link: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZ0pdumhpjMjEtUNmZVDclEybMGByCElgWzP

Panelists 

Alana Atterbury is the HR Generalist for Theatre Development Fund, a non-profit dedicated to bringing the power of the performing arts to everyone. Prior to this she was the Human Resources and Payroll Manager at Manhattan Theatre Club and has also worked in the corporate finance and insurance industry.

Zuhaly Ramon is a social entrepreneur, with a passion for educating and empowering others on personal finance through the power of storytelling.  She founded a social media, digital platform for the Latinos called Dinero Chronicles. The mission is to educate the community on the basics of money management and to challenge the toxic money mentality and relationships within minority communities by presenting a holistic approach to building wealth. She is currently the Program Coordinator for the College of Communication at Boston University. Simultaneously, she is a last semester advertising graduate student at Boston University. She also serves as an active mentor for Chica Project, a non-profit organization whose mission is to develop Massachusetts’ next generation of youth Latina leaders. 

The Early Career Professional Meet-Up Group is an affinity group for arts administrators and teaching artists who are in the first five years of their career or work in an entry-level position at arts organizations.

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