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$hape Your Finances: Creating Generational Wealth w/Chloe McKenzie

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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. 

Guest: Chloe B. McKenzie

Topic: Creating Generational Wealth

Chloe McKenzie has a B.A. from Amherst College and a Graduate Certificate in Financial Planning and Services from Boston University. She obtained a Master’s Degree in Public Administration from NYU Wagner Graduate School of Public Service and is a certified teacher with Graduate Certificates in General Education and Special Education. As an Author, her best-selling book (The Activist Investor: Next Gen Playbook to Dismantle Oppressive Business Models) teaches the next generation of investors how to trade stocks like a community activist.

Chloe McKenzie is a wealth literacy expert, leader for wealth justice, and Amazon Bestselling author. She advises institutions and Fortune 500 companies on how to fight for wealth justice through wealth literacy; and how to attract and retain new and more diverse clientele demographics through more accessible and inclusive financial practices. She is also the CEO of BlackFem, Inc., a 501(c)(3) nonprofit with a mission to transform school-based learning so that girls of color in underserved communities are empowered with skills, habits, and resources to build and sustain wealth. Chloe's work has been featured in Forbes, Entrepreneur Magazine, Ozy and other major publications and platforms.

Websites: BlackFem.org and Chloebmckenzie.com

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