UPDATED: Due to the weather this event has been postponed until March 24
Originally posted on Monday. Updated with quote from Mayor from press release issued on Thursday.
FRAMINGHAM – Massachusetts State Treasurer Deb Goldberg and Framingham Mayor Yvonne Spicer will jost a women’s economic empowerment series on Saturday, March 3 on the campus of Framingham State University.
The event will be held in Alumni Hall beginning at 11:30 a.m.
Spicer’s new senior advisor Jacquetta Van Zandt worked for Goldberg, before joining the Spicer for Mayor campaign last year.
The free, one-day program will cover several financial topics:
- Planning for Retirement
- Understanding How to Manage your Debt
- Budgeting Basics
- Salary Negotiations
Click here to register for Women’s Economic Empowerment Series.
“I am very excited that the Treasurer’s Office has asked to collaborate with Framingham by bringing the “Women in Economic Empowerment Series” to Framingham State University. This is a very important time as we talk about economic empowerment and financial literacy; really honing in on Women’s economic equality. Wage equality is foremost on the minds of many women here in the commonwealth and across the country. This program is just the resources that our community needs and I’m happy to continue to collaborate with Treasurer Goldberg,” said Mayor Yvonne Spicer, in a press release issued by the City of Framingham’s Public Information & Records Access Officer/Webmaster, today, February 8.