After a successful preview in New York City last year, we are bringing members of the financial media together in Los Angeles to talk about writing, blogging, and podcasting.
On April 25, 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. The theme in this event is personal finance and mental health. Be more effective with your audience by understanding how these multiple issues intersect.
Plutus Voices brings attention to speakers and topics that are crucial to success with blogging and podcasting. It is a series of events in 2019 coming to several cities throughout the year.
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, and other media
This event is the second stop on our 2019 tour, following Phoenix and a preview late last year in New York City, where Plutus Voices will bring insightful topics and fresh speakers to cities throughout the United States.
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 in Irvine, California, not far from Los Angeles.
Tickets are free, but limited. 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.
Host: Winnie Sun, founding partner of Sun Group Wealth Partners and CNBC Financial Advisor Council Member.
Activities: Networking and group activity related to the evening's topic
Dear Debt, Lola Retreat
Sun Group Wealth Partners, CNBC
Mental Health + Money: How to Support Your Most Vulnerable Readers
Using Mental Strengths to Enhance Financial Health
Melanie Lockert is the founder of the blog and author of the book, Dear Debt. Through her blog, she chronicled her journey out of $81,000 in student loan debt. She is also the co-founder of the Lola Retreat, which helps bold women face their fears, own their dreams and figure out a plan to be in control of their finances. She is passionate about empowering women, helping others get out of debt, and focuses on the intersection of debt and mental health. Every September she organizes a Suicide Prevention Awareness Blog Tour, to help share resources for those struggling with debt and suicide. You can find her at DearDebt.com and @DearDebtBlog.
Winnie Sun is a financial advisor who also plays one on TV. She has been ranked as one of most influential financial professionals on social media today. She's the regular personal finance contributor on Good Day LA, Forbes, and a CNBC FA Council member, and her popular financial social media chats average 150 million impressions per hour.