GNA launches a free financial fitness series for GNA Members
October 5, 2020- The Georgia Nurses Association is pleased to offer a three-part series on financial fitness for GNA Members.
We want to make sure that our members know how to be financially fit as we approach the end of 2020 and anticipate the beginning of a new year- no matter what it might bring!
We joined efforts with our partner Valerie Edwards from Mutual of Omaha Advisors® to host three virtual presentations to provide knowledge and action steps to our members so they can either strengthen or start improving their financial management skills for a more secured future.
The dates are:
October 29th at 3 pm- “Where’s My Money? Identifying and reviewing the basics”
November 19th at 3 pm- “How to Make my Benefits Work for Me”
December 10th at 3 pm- “From Surviving to Thriving (no matter what 2021 brings!)”
GNA Members can register today at https://georgianurses.nursingnetwork.com/nursing-events.
This is a hands-on, interactive presentation. Upon registration, you'll receive a copy of the Personal Budget Worksheet!
Access information for the sessions will be provided prior to the presentation time.
If you attend all three sessions, you'll receive a special gift.
Get your pen and paper and prepare to take your finances to the next level. Register now!
About Valerie Edwards
Valerie Edwards is a native of New Orleans, LA, and long-term resident of Atlanta, GA.
Val has over 20 years of experience in the Financial Services Industry.
She joined Mutual of Omaha 10 years ago. Her focus is developing financial strategies for individuals, small businesses, and associations. Seminars and individual consultations are the mainstay of her business. She provides guidance and consistent service to develop, implement and maintain a comprehensive business and/or individual strategies.
“Just like with any fitness program, getting in shape does not happen overnight! It happens over time. The same is true with your finances. You have to put the work in to enjoy the results!”