If you haven’t yet heard, IG Wealth Management recently released a new podcast series titled, A Wealth of Women’s Stories. Hosted by award-winning entrepreneur Manjit Minhas, and featuring stories of empowerment, breakthrough, and perseverance shared by inspirational women from all walks of life, this podcast carves out a space where women’s voices are celebrated.
With episodes centered around personal well-being, demystifying personal finance, insights on leadership, equity and inclusion – you’ll be sure to start 2022 with a positive outlook.
- Catherine Choi, Founder of So Young: A recovered drug addict that started her on a quest of personal healing, Catherine had lived a good portion of her life believing in her own lack, with an overwhelming sense of unworthiness. She countered this belief with the courage to think bigger, believe in her own potential and pursue a greater vision. While most entrepreneurs would hide such a turbulent past, she uses her story as a powerful lesson for her children, the mission of her business, and to inspire other women.
- Stachen Lett-Frederick, Director of Weston Frontlines Centre: Recognized as one of WXN’s Top 100 Most Powerful Women, Stachen has over 20 years of experience in community and program development. She is the founder of the not-for-profit BrAIDS for AIDS, and the Executive Director of Weston Frontlines Centre, a youth charity in Toronto, Ontario. Along with host Manjit Minhas, Stachen brings insight to the topics of mentorship, empowering others and what it means to be a leader.
- Fate Saghir, Head of Sustainability at Mackenzie Investments: A thought leader with over 14 years experience in financial services, Fate joins Manjit for a discussion on inclusion, empowerment and challenging the status quo. Fate also sits on two Advisory Boards: Timea’s Cause, an organization dedicated to building awareness in human trafficking, and the Women’s Collection, an organization focused on enabling financial literacy for women. Fate has forged her own path and shares her inspiring journey of resilience, all the while proving her supporters right.
- Alyssa Davies, Founder of Mixed Up Money: Neither a certified financial planner, a certified public accountant, or an expert in any type of finance, Alyssa Davies makes money easy and fun, in a way that allows her audience to relate. As a woman who believes in financial equality, she places importance on acknowledging and vocalizing the difficulties women face, and provides the tools needed to succeed and be heard. She joins Manjit for an enjoyable and relatable conversation about women, their wealth, and the misconceptions of money.
Available now on Apple Podcast, Spotify, or your favourite podcast streaming app.
Learn more at www.ig.ca/women