About the event
Gaylord-Hansen’s Women’s Financial Fitness is a FREE series that empowers women by helping them achieve financial stability and homeownership. This series is designed for women at any stage of life. There will be guest speakers and women experts from different industries covering budgeting, credit, investing, the homebuying process, home organization, goal setting, and more!
What to expect
**In an effort to promote public health and safety, we have postponed our in-person sessions.**
Instead, we are hosting free ONLINE DISCUSSIONS to give women a place to come together virtually, swap tips and advice, and provide encouragement during this time of uncertainty.
Our next online session is "The Pursuit of Happiness" and features guest speaker Jessica Zaragoza with the Gaylord-Hansen Community Foundation.
Join us while we uncover the path to achieve lasting happiness and a more fulfilling life through research-tested techniques based on:
- Self compassion
Let’s take a moment to learn and grow together as we navigate these difficult times.
The discussions in this session are for informational purposes only and should not be relied on for advice. Consult your own advisors before engaging in any transaction.
Note: This session will be held in an online meeting room, where you can join via video chat, computer, or phone. We'll send you the session login information when you register for the event.
About our guest speaker
Executive Director | Gaylord-Hansen Community Foundation 501(c)(3)
Jessica wears multiple hats in life. She is the Community Outreach Director for the Gaylord-Hansen Mortgage Team at loanDepot and the Executive Director for their nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization, the GH Community Foundation. On top of that, she is also a mom, wife, and superhero in training. She is passionate about making a positive impact in the world and is the happiest when empowering others to unlock their full potential, step out of their comfort zones, and live their best lives. She believes compassion & kindness matter. In support of this, she completed a Mindful Self Compassion course at UC San Diego’s Center for Mindfulness and will soon begin UCSD’s Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction teacher training in the spring. When she’s not trying to save the world, she can be found off the beaten path with her hiking group, A Bunch of Wanderers; meditating; volunteering in the community; or cheering for her son at his football games.