Kayla Sloan, top national financial blogger, working with non-profit to create financial resiliency for Kansas women
Women’s Money® proudly announces that national finance expert, Kayla Sloan, has been named a National Women’s Money® Week Ambassador for Kansas.
National Women’s Money® Week (#WMWeek17) is a national nonprofit campaign that includes live events, online education, and social media events to highlight the resources and need for financial resiliency of women and families. This national program is organized by Women’s Money®, a non-profit organization, providing services and resources to women who seek a path toward financial resiliency.
Kayla is a Kansas native, having resided in the state her entire life. She graduated from Kansas State University in 2012 with a bachelor’s degree in Animal Sciences and Industry with a concentration in Agricultural Communications. After graduating from college, she returned to her hometown of Colby, KS, where she currently resides.
Kayla’s passion for personal finance and educating women about money and business stemmed from her own journey to pay off debt and to better understand her own financial situation. Now her passion has become her full-time job as she writes about personal finance and business. She has been featured in a number of publications, including The Huffington Post, AOL Finance, Due.com, Magnify Money, Get Rich Slowly, and Centsai.com. Kayla also chronicles her own financial journey at Shoeaholicnomore.com.
“We are very excited and honored to work with Kayla in leading the effort in Kansas,” said Women’s Money® President and Founder Gina Robison-Billups. “Her expertise and ability to connect with women on a very scary topic makes her a perfect candidate to represent the concerns affecting the financial wellness of Kansas families.”
About Women’s Money®
Women’s Money®, a 501c3 non-profit organization, completely funded by sponsorships and donations, has developed and delivers a unique and proprietary financial education and accountability system to help women move from financial fragility to financial resiliency.
Women’s Money®, a national organization, successfully piloted its innovative financial education program in Nevada in 2012. The organization produces the Women’s Money® Conferences – one of the top financial education conferences in the nation, and La Conferencia de Mujeres y Dinero® – the only personal financial education conference completely in Spanish in the U.S. The organization also hosts National Women’s Money® Week from January 1-7 – an awareness and education campaign highlighting the importance of financial education for women. Additionally, Women’s Money® delivers its proprietary mentoring program to women and girls nationwide. The program has received the National Association of State Treasurer’s Pinnacle Award, National Plutus Award Finalist recognition, and has been featured in the New York Times, Woman’s World Magazine, USA Today, and Forbes.