Money Talks

Description

Money Talks is a virtual community made up of Black women of various backgrounds and life stages who meet regularly to engage, share with each other, and learn from experts about saving and investing.

Goal of Program

To reduce barriers that women of color face in building generational wealth, by increasing their knowledge and confidence in money management and investing.

What We Provide

Training sessions on money attitudes and values, debt management, savings goals, planning for the future, and ways to invest. Trainers include Jessica Perrone, founder of Her Financial IQ, Veronique Scullion, financial planner at Northwestern Mutual, Tamika Barrett, Director of Family Development at Open Hands Ministries, and Violet Graham, controller at Neighborhood Allies. 

How to Engage

Contact Sarah Dieleman Perry, Director of Economic Opportunity for more information. 

Stories of Impact

First ‘Money Talks’ Cohort Completed!| 50 Black women come together to learn about saving and investing

First ‘Money Talks’ Cohort Completed!| 50 Black women come together to learn about saving and investing

Our Money Talks program is a virtual community made up of Black women ...
Media Coverage | Pittsburgh launching Money Talks next month

Media Coverage | Pittsburgh launching Money Talks next month

By: Patty Tascarella, Pittsburgh Business Times | February 21, 2022 | ...
Media Coverage | City of Pittsburgh Named Winner of 2022 DollarWise Innovation Grant from The U.S. Conference of Mayors

Media Coverage | City of Pittsburgh Named Winner of 2022 DollarWise Innovation Grant from The U.S. Conference of Mayors

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: February 14, 2022 | Read full release City ...