Bonnie is a graduate of Texas A&M University with a degree in finance with an emphasis in investments. Through her 21-year career in the financial services industry Bonnie has worked for several wealth management firms and joined IDA in 2015. Bonnie is passionate about philanthropy, connecting local women with other women through women’s groups, supporting education through scholarships and making a lasting impact on women in San Diego. She is committed to volunteer work with numerous organizations, including; International Rescue Committee Youth Programs Scholarship (IRC), Ninety-Nines Scholarship Chair and Women’s Empowerment San Diego.
In this show you will learn about:
- Some of the main reasons that trigger women to hire a financial adviser.
- What women look for when searching for a financial adviser.
- Best practices for women that are in need of financial advice.
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