Session 2: October 16 – December 11, 2018
Tuesdays, 6:30 – 8:00 PM
In the past, women have taken a less active role in financial decision making. According to government statistics, women now represent almost half the workforce, income earned by women is increasing, the number of women-owned businesses is growing, and females now earn the majority of all bachelor’s master’s and doctoral degrees!
This indicates that more women than ever are responsible for their financial well-being and the financial health of their families. As a result, it is critical for women to know how to save, invest, and plan for their futures. This class will benefit women of all ages, backgrounds, and education/work experiences.
Brenda Dozier, Ph.D., CDFA | firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Brenda Dozier earned her undergraduate degree from the University of Alabama and her master’s and doctoral degrees at Auburn University. As a retirement specialist, Brenda helps individuals and couples design a plan that will insure they do not outlive their money. As a CDFA, or Certified Divorce Financial Analyst, at her business Moneywise Divorce, Brenda is highly equipped to help insure divorce settlements are equitable for her clients in the present and future. She is an author (For the Children’s Sake: Parenting Together after the Marriage Ends, and Two-Home Families: A Family System Approach to Divorce Therapy), a national speaker, expert witness for court, and a divorce mediator. Dr. Brenda Dozier has also taught graduate students at Troy University and Columbus College.