It is not only domestic violence victims who struggle with financial literacy or depend on others to manage their finances. This issue is seen in women regardless of demographic– even female breadwinners.
This week, Dr. Ludy Green interviews finance expert and CEO Meredith Moore who offers some life lessons for surviving the pandemic, while also stressing the importance of women becoming engaged in their own finances.
Financial Expert and Founder/CEO of Artisan Financial Strategies
Meredith Moore is a financial expert with a passion for helping women, specifically female breadwinners, engage with their finances. Meredith holds a Bachelor of Industrial and Systems Engineering from Georgia Tech, but has since found her career path as the Founder and CEO of Artisan Financial Strategies
An Atlanta Native and Georgia Tech alumni, where she has served on numerous boards, Meredith is also a 2017 graduate of Leadership Atlanta. Her awards and community leadership activities include the following, among many others:
2018 Greater North Fulton Chamber “Business woman of excellence”
Leadership Atlanta – Committee for the group’s first Women’s Forum and moderator of the panel discussion “Critical Issues Facing Women Breadwinners,” 2017-2018
NAIFA – Top Women Advisors in Atlanta, 2013-2018
Atlanta NAIFA – Top Under 40 Advisor, 2011-2014
Atlanta Business Chronicle – 40 Under 40, 2009
NAIFA 2009 – 4 Under 40 Top Financial Advisors in the country
Mentoring – Meredith has mentored over 100 financial advisors and is currently mentoring 15 advisors in a curriculum-based program she developed
Cancer support – Guiding families and patients around the world that have been diagnosed with glioblastoma, based on her personal experience with the disease