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Wealthy Sistas® Marcella Mollon-Williams & Muneerah Warner

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"Planning For The Inevitable" - There are 2 things that are for certain about life, we grow older and/or we expire. Often times we are so deep in the day to day living and the hustle and bustle of life, that we fail to plan. It's a sensitive topic old age and death, yes it's one that makes many of us very uncomfortable. Join us today as we shed the importance of providing for your life after work and your family's security. 

Our experts today are: 

Marcella Mollon - Williams- is the Co-Founder of LBG Financial Services, a family owned, independent financial services firm specializing in wealth preservation, asset protection, retirement planning, tax diversification strategies and legacy planning. Their unique areas of expertise give them an in-depth understanding of the mistakes individuals make in their financial planning. This brother/sister duo spend much of their time speaking on the importance of legacy building and financial literacy and equipping individuals and families with knowledge needed to create a legacy of financial independence and generational wealth. 

Munerrah Warner - After three family member died Muneerah gained employment working at a funeral home and became passionate about every aspect of the funeral industry. She was only 15 years old. She continued to work at funeral homes, attended Temple University, graduated from Pittsburgh Institute of Mortuary Science and became a licensed funeral director at age 21.
Muneerah has 16 years experience in the funeral industry, 7 of which she was a director. As Muneerah grew and learned out the industry she opened several businesses in the field, including Funerals Today magazine and Funeral Divas Social & Support Group. 

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