To continue our 2019 tour after successful events in New York, Phoenix, and Los Angles, we are bringing members of the financial media and the local community together in Atlanta to talk about how writing, blogging, and podcasting can have a great impact on people's lives.
On October 24, hear from the best community-builders about inspiring action in their audiences and participate in an inspiring group discussion in which everyone shares their unique insight.
Plutus Voices brings attention to speakers and topics that are crucial to success with financial literacy, capability, and empowerment through blogging and podcasting. It is a series of events in 2019 coming to several cities throughout the year.
Thursday, October 24, 2019
6:00 pm to 8:30 pm
Atlanta Community Food Bank
732 Joseph E. Lowery Blvd NW /// Atlanta, Georgia
Snacks and Wine
Register today to attend the event live and receive access to all the material that will be presented at the event and compiled afterward.
For financial bloggers, podcasters, authors, presenters, other media, and the communities they serve
Continuing on our 2019 tour, Plutus Voices brings insightful topics and fresh speakers to cities throughout the United States with the goal of bringing unique perspectives to financial literacy, capability, and empowerment to communities, as well as helping the financial media community build and make a meaningful impact on their audiences. Limited tickets are available.
The evening will include opportunities for networking and meeting other members of the financial media, talks by engaging speakers, and group activities to be announced at the event.
This event will take place at the Atlanta Community Food Bank, 732 Joseph E. Lowery Blvd NW, Atlanta, GA 30318.
We encourage a donation of $25 (or $5 or $250 -- up to you!) to ensure we can continue offering Plutus Voices events throughout the country.
Activities: Networking and group activity related to the evening's topic
Founder, Know Money Inc.
Owner, My Money Chronicles
How Authenticity and Honesty About Debt and Money Mistakes Transformed an Audience
After making every money mistake imaginable as a college student, Steven took massive action over the course of the next four years to improve his financial situation. He's now a financial psychology and behavioral finance nerd and weekly on-air money expert for the CBS affiliate in Columbia. In 2014, Steven founded Know Money Inc, a nonprofit that teaches college students how to think, talk, and interact with money positively, so they can live carefree, responsibly.
Jason Butler is the owner of My Money Chronicles, a website where he discusses personal finance, side hustles, travel and more. Jason is from Atlanta, Georgia. He graduated from Savannah State University with his BA in Marketing. Jason has been featured in Forbes, Discover, and Investopedia.