When you’re trying to achieve your goals or just trying to make things financially better, it gets kind of difficult to build or move up when you don’t see people that look like you sitting in that position that you might need or a spot of support to help you in your financial concerns. And you can’t help but feel intimidated or uncomfortable sometimes.
But today, more and more black, brown, and people of color are now filling in financial positions (especially senior management roles) in the financial industries! Today, you’re about to meet someone who’ll empower you to build your legacy and prosper in life!
In this episode, we are joined by Dana Wilson, the CEO and founder of CHIP (Changing How Individuals Prosper), a platform designed to connect individuals consumers to financial professionals of color.
Learn how you can help yourself and others prosper as Dana talks about how CHIP is helping individuals and professionals of color thrive! Find out what CHIP is doing to retain its people and why it matters that you have a financial professional of color to help you with your financial needs!
>>What is CHIP all about and why should you care?
>>How Dana started CHIP and how she’s currently helping individuals to prosper through it
>> Why it’s important for minorities to have a financial professional of color?
>> Dana’s thoughts on generational wealth
>> Community and collaboration
>> What’s the next step for CHIP?
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