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Financial & Life Empowerment: Women & Finance Series #8 w/ Veronica Dangerfield

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The Lionel SHIPman $HAPE YOUR FINANCES Show is a financial and life empowerment show focusing on our lives around money and finances. The show aims to educate and motivate people to improve their financial outlooks and empower them to take charge of their lives and to live life to the fullest. 

Topic: Women and Finances Series #8: Tune in and hear the challenges and achievements of various women in finance and business. Tonight's guest is Veronica Dangerfield

Veronica Dangerfield has enthusiasm that is riveting. It will grab your mind, ignite your soul, and fatten your wallet.  She is a Financial Educator for Patelco Credit Union, an award-winning speaker, a published poet, and a professional comedienne. What you will remember most about Veronica’s presentations is how much fun you had learning. 

She has won numerous awards for her work as a financial educator including.   In 2017, she was awarded the Credit Union Rock Star Award and a national award called Desjardins for her contributions to adult financial literacy. As a philanthropist, she supported the Bay Area Crisis Nursery for six years producing and performing in an annual Mother’s Day Comedy Show. She has taught financial literacy for 18 years at UC Berkeley, Cal State University East Bay, San Francisco State University, Diablo Valley College, and Sierra Junior College as well as dozens of high schools and nonprofit organizations throughout the state. She received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Communication from Sacramento State University.

Veronica is an avid traveler, the mother of three, and a committed to life-long learning.  She believes that in order to achieve financial prosperity people need to understand the emotional impact of money. The practice of compassion and forgiveness is vital to changing and adjusting to new financial behaviors.

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