Jenny is a former, award-winning Chief Financial Officer for several startup companies. She holds a bachelor's degree in Accounting from Virginia Tech, an MBA from George Washington University, and an Executive Certificate in Financial Planning from Northwestern University.
She passed the Certified Financial Planner® exam in 2021 and now helps other women live abundantly as a money mindset and financial planning coach.
I was tired of working hard, yet feeling like I was just getting by. There had to be another way to live. I intuitively knew that if I really wanted things to change for me, it wasn’t just about making more money, but about changing my relationship with it.
I read personal finance books and blogs and did my best to apply the tips and tricks, but it all felt piecemeal and I still wasn’t sure if wealth was in the cards for me.
When my 30s rolled around, I found myself working for a self-made billionaire, and the quest to improve my financial outlook took a turn. I had never been exposed to someone that had both inner and outer wealth.
It was through this exposure that I received the best financial education. I observed how they made financial decisions and managed their money, and then I applied those learnings to my situation.