Being knowledgeable about, and in control of, your finances has never been more important. In this time of economic uncertainty, Mount Holyoke is pleased to offer a highly informative and accessible workshop on personal finance with Marilyn Bruno ’69, JD, Ph.D. Geared towards recent alums and students, the webinar will entail key insights on budgeting, savings, avoiding debt, insurance, and retirement. Whether you are an alum experiencing unprecedented economic times, a graduating senior about to enter the world of work, or a current student hoping to minimize debt and learn how to manage your finances for the future, this workshop is for you.
If you have specific questions on the topics that will be covered, please feel free to share in advance by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. You will also be able to submit questions during the webinar.
More about the presenter
Marilyn Bruno JD, Ph.D. graduated from MHC in 1969 as a Spanish major and went on to become a widely respected expert in finance. Her ranging experience includes serving as a Clerk in the U.S. Court of International Trade, an Economic Officer in the U.S. Foreign Service, and a stockbroker for nearly a decade. Marilyn loves to educate on personal finance and has done so at the college level, as a TV and call-in show host, by publishing an online personal finance newsletter from 2008-2017, and by developing "Transition" seminars for the State Department and retirees of other U.S. agencies, including courses on personal financial and estate planning, investments 101, etc. Since 2008 to the present, she serves as CEO of her daughter's (MHC '01) biotech company, Aequor, Inc.
Thursday, May 14 at 11:00am to 12:00pmVirtual Event