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The Money Loves Women Podcast is for the modern woman on the go, who needs a quick and reliable way to gain knowledge that will help her in her personal and professional pursuits. Our guests are here to share the pathways that lead them to where they are now and give actionable advice on how to achieve success and financial freedom.

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Episode 38: Business as a Pathway to Wealth, with Tina Stephens

TINA, an avid traveler and strong proponent of ‘comfortable, yet classy’ clothing was having trouble finding pieces that fit into her lifestyle, so, she started to design her own. Her original Tees By Tina luxury basics have been featured in Vogue, Refinery 29 and other influential fashion publications and are made in the USA. While TINA loves visiting far flung, not oft-traveled destinations, so also loves the allure of Europe – especially Italy. It was on one of her trips there that she started collaborating with some Italian designers and TINA Stephens Made In Italy was born. TINA’s Made In Italy Collection features luxurious fabrics such as silks, cottons and linens that are comfortable, easy to care for and very versatile (not to mention moderately priced!) making them perfect for traveling, or relaxing at home. What You Will Learn: Tina’s wealth-building journey The backstory behind Tina’s decision to funnel her time and efforts into starting a business How Tina’s family inspired her personal and professional success throughout the years Key traits that enable high performers in business thrive How Tina manages her work-life balance so she can bring her best self to every interaction How Tina turned her brand into […]

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Episode 37: Learning to be a Leader, with Angela Proffitt

Angela Proffitt is an award-winning 8-figure entrepreneur and CEO of GSD Creative. She is no stranger to the spotlight and is currently the host of the Business Unveiled podcast. As a consultant with several books as well as an in-demand speaker, Angela has appeared on ABC, CMT, TLC, E! as well as other national networks. With a degree in psychology and proven expertise in productivity strategies that scale your business, her work has been featured in publications such as INC, Success, US Weekly & People magazine. When she is not speaking, writing, or creating content, Angela can be found working with other CEOs, Executives, Entrepreneurs, and Solopreneurs to implement and master processes that can turn any business into a profitable business. What You Will Learn: How Angela started and grew a successful event-planning business before transitioning into the field of productivity coaching How joining a group called EO (Entrepreneur Organization) changed Angela’s life and taught her key business leadership skills The importance of understanding the numbers that power your business How the global pandemic has impacted Angela’s coaching, and how she helps clients build out digital platforms for their events How Angela began working with Oculus to develop virtual reality […]

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Episode 36: The Fundamental Pillars of Building Wealth, with Dr. Deb Ekstrom

Dr. Deborah Ekstrom was raised in the rural upper midwest where the wind blows 365 days a year (admittedly creating energy production opportunities but also wreaking havoc with your hair), and there are only two seasons…winter and highway construction. The rural area of her birth is a place where neighbors still feel responsible for one another. In addition to the Southern Minnesota prairie lands, she spent part of her formative years in Europe which contributed to the development of her identity as an American and world citizen and as a lover of diverse peoples and cultures. She has always supported the concept of personal realization through a designed life created with intention and enjoys knowing others in-depth, and resourcing others toward a successful and significant life journey. While plastic surgery allowed her to assist others in recreating themselves in their next most beautiful iteration, she desired to find a way to create value for others on a greater scale. Personal achievement and wealth building have been major drivers behind her life and led to the development of Money Loves Women—a multimedia platform designed to cut through the noise and chaos of today’s messaging and provide actionable ways for women to […]

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Episode 35: Wealth as it Relates to Happiness and Contentment, with Dr. Deb Ekstrom

Dr. Deborah Ekstrom was raised in the rural upper midwest where the wind blows 365 days a year (admittedly creating energy production opportunities but also wreaking havoc with your hair), and there are only two seasons…winter and highway construction. The rural area of her birth is a place where neighbors still feel responsible for one another. In addition to the Southern Minnesota prairie lands, she spent part of her formative years in Europe which contributed to the development of her identity as an American and world citizen and as a lover of diverse peoples and cultures. She has always supported the concept of personal realization through a designed life created with intention and enjoys knowing others in-depth, and resourcing others toward a successful and significant life journey. While plastic surgery allowed her to assist others in recreating themselves in their next most beautiful iteration, she desired to find a way to create value for others on a greater scale. Personal achievement and wealth building have been major drivers behind her life and led to the development of Money Loves Women—a multimedia platform designed to cut through the noise and chaos of today’s messaging and provide actionable ways for women to […]

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Episode 34: Develop Your Financial Literacy, with Tami Peter

Tami Peter has worked for Moody’s Analytics since 2008. Since January 2020, she has been the Director – Relationship Manager for its Commercial Real Estate Solutions. From 2008-2019, Tami was Director, Product Specialist – Structured Analytics. She specializes in providing fixed income risk analytics solutions to institutional clients. Tami was also the recipient of Moody’s “Global Volunteer Award” on behalf of Bottomless Closet. She is also a contributing author to the book, “Risk Transparency”. Prior to that, she was Director of Structured Credit Sales & Trading at Société Générale and also worked in Frankfurt, Germany in Credit Risk Modeling with Dresdner Bank. She received a Masters of Business Administration (MBA) in Finance and International Management from Thunderbird School of Global Management and has been a guest lecturer several times. Tami also holds a B.S. in Finance and a minor in German from Villanova University. She is fluent in German, has lived overseas and has traveled to over 70 countries. Tami served as a Board Member and Treasurer of Bottomless Closet for 10 years. 20 years ago, she developed and still teaches a Personal Financial Management Series for disadvantaged NYC women to achieve economic self-sufficiency. She is also the creator of […]

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Episode 33: Build Your Wealth by Building Those Around You, with Joan Clark

With over 25 years in Human Resources, Joan most recently served in the executive position of Area Vice President of Human Resources with Parker Hannifin Corporation, a $13B global enterprise. She was instrumental in creating success for the Aerospace, Automation, and Engineered Materials Groups with overall responsibility for the HR direction of approximately 20,000 employees around the world; 200 HR team members, and an annual HR budget of $9M. Prior to this, Joan performed the role of Human Resources Vice President of the Aerospace Group, facilitating efforts to support a new aerospace arm in China from concept to $4B in contracts. Within these key roles, Joan’s collaborative style of leadership led to development of many key initiatives including the creation of a Talent Acquisition Center of Excellence resulting in $7M bottom-line savings in three years. Joan’s leadership experience spans various industries, including; Health Care, automotive, medical devices, and manufacturing throughout countries in China, Southeast Asia, Europe, Canada, France and Mexico. Now, as an Executive Coach and Consultant, Joan partners with corporations and individuals to help them achieve more than they could have imagined possible. Joan’s passion and straight-forward approach enable executives, leaders, and high-talent individuals to discover and unlock their […]

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Episode 32: The Attitude and Practice of Gratitude, with Dr. Deborah Ekstrom

Dr. Deborah Ekstrom was raised in the rural upper midwest where the wind blows 365 days a year (admittedly creating energy production opportunities but also wreaking havoc with your hair), and there are only two seasons…winter and highway construction. The rural area of her birth is a place where neighbors still feel responsible for one another. In addition to the Southern Minnesota prairie lands, she spent part of her formative years in Europe which contributed to the development of her identity as an American and world citizen and as a lover of diverse peoples and cultures. She has always supported the concept of personal realization through a designed life created with intention and enjoys knowing others in-depth, and resourcing others toward a successful and significant life journey. While plastic surgery allowed her to assist others in recreating themselves in their next most beautiful iteration, she desired to find a way to create value for others on a greater scale. Personal achievement and wealth building have been major drivers behind her life and led to the development of Money Loves Women—a multimedia platform designed to cut through the noise and chaos of today’s messaging and provide actionable ways for women to […]

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Episode 31: The Twenty-Year Project, with Silvia Foti

Silvia Kučėnaitė Foti, MSJ, MAT, MFA, is a journalist, creative writer, teacher, and mother. Silvia holds Masters’ degrees in Journalism, Education, and Creative Nonfiction has been a journalist for twenty years, has published two mystery novels, and has been a high school English teacher since 2007. With a Master’s in Journalism from Northwestern University, Silvia has extensive experience in writing nonfiction and has written for a variety of publications, including the Chicago Tribune, Southtown Economist, Southwest News-Herald, Crain’s Chicago Business, Chicago Parent, LA Parent, Buenos Aires Herald, Argentine News. After she earned her Master’s degree in Journalism, she moved to Buenos Aires, Argentina, to live with her great aunt, her grandfather’s sister, while recording many stories about her legendary grandfather. At the same time, she wrote movie reviews and features for the Buenos Aires Herald and Argentine News, photographed polo players for Polo News, taught English to business executives, and learned how to speak Spanish fluently. Upon her return to Chicago, she worked for the Academy of General Dentistry, where she managed its flagship monthly newsmagazine AGD Impact, as well as its major communications pieces. She left the AGD to form her own freelance writing company called Lotus Ink, and […]

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Episode 30: The Power of Relationships, with Marie-Elizabeth Mali

Marie-Elizabeth Mali helps purpose-driven, successful people to experience joy and fulfillment beyond their work. As a Relationship Artist and Coach, she helps people deepen love and connection in their relationship with themselves and others. Drawing on her Master’s degree in Traditional Chinese Medicine, her experience in being raised between three cultures (and being fluent in three languages since the age of 3), and her 30 years of personal development work, Marie-Elizabeth brings a unique and unparalleled perspective to what it means to be your full, authentic self in a relationship instead of trying to mold yourself to others opinions so you can fit in. Marie-Elizabeth is also a published author with an MFA in Poetry from Sarah Lawrence College and an underwater photographer who has a thing for sharks. What You Will Learn: How the success of our love and relationships relate to our ability to thrive in the workplace Marie-Elizabeth’s journey of personal growth and development Why mastering relationship management requires just as much time and effort as we put into professional development The principles that enable us to manage successful relationships and careers simultaneously Why our relationships with ourselves deeply impact our relationships with others What living a […]

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Episode 29: Building Your Financial Philosophy, with Grant Gochin

Grant Arthur Gochin currently serves as the Honorary Consul for the Republic of Togo, and as Vice Dean of the Los Angeles Consular Corps, the second-largest Consular Corps in the world. In March 2018, he was appointed as the Special Envoy for Diaspora Affairs for the African Union, which represents the fifty-five African nations. Gochin is actively involved in Jewish affairs, focusing on historical justice. He has spent the past thirty years documenting and restoring signs of Jewish life in Lithuania. He has served as the Chair of the Maceva Project in Lithuania, which mapped/inventoried/documented/restored over fifty abandoned and neglected Jewish cemeteries. Gochin is the author of “Malice, Murder and Manipulation”, published in 2013. His book documents his family history of oppression in Lithuania. He is presently working on a project to expose the current Holocaust revisionism within the Lithuanian government. The Granddaughter of the murderer of Grant’s family, Silvia Foti, is combining her research with Grant’s in order to expose Lithuanian Holocaust distortion. He is Chief of the Village of Babade in Togo, an honor granted for his philanthropic work. Professionally, Gochin is a Certified Financial Planner and practices as a Wealth Advisor in California, where he lives with […]

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