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EXPO-AMHIGA 2018

In a day full of events and activities for Spanish-speaking women in Central Texas, Amhiga Hipana presented EXPO-AMHIGA a space in which the 7 pillars of the organization are celebrated with diverse creative activities which focus on the empowerment of women through

Fecha: Sabado, 29 de septiembre de 9 am a 2 pm

Lugar: HCBC Center, 12124 Rach Road 620 N, Austin, TX

Details:

 • All outreach done in Spanish for Spanish-speaking women entrepreneurs

• Free to participants and access to raffles from vendors & sponsors

• Allow consumers to interact with resources to improve their businesses

• Conferences to empower Spanish-speaking women holistically

SPEAKERS

Elaine King

EXPERT FINANCIAL PLANER

Elaine has worked with families around the world for more than 18 years, focusing on human and financial capital. She has an MBA from Thunderbird (# 1FT), and a BBA in Administration, International and postgraduate studies in Family Therapy at the Bowen Center for Family Studies in Georgetown. Her vast experience as Vice President, Director and Partner in the Financial Industry includes: WE, Family Offices, Bessemer Trust ($ 75B), Gibraltar Private, Royal Bank of Scotland-Coutts LATAM and Citigroup Salomon Smith Barney ($ 13B). As a certified Financial Planner, she is also the Ambassador of the National Board of Certified Financial Planners in Washington D.C.

Elaine has developed international conferences that have led to Austria, Brazil, Canada, Colombia, Ecuador, El Salvador, Japan, Mexico, Panama, Peru and throughout the United States. Their seminars are full of financial strategies for the whole family. Elaine is the financial hope in many international media; continuously invited and cited in radio and television for its originality, philosophy and strategies in the area of ​​personal and family finances. He is a columnist for economic magazines in Peru, Colombia and the United States.

Elaine has written several books for families, young adults, teens and children with more than 18 years of experience working with miles of families around the world.

“Align the colors of money in your personal and professional life”

 Elaine King will present us the 7 essential lessons, each represented by a color, to reach a better understanding, control and organization of your money. Identifying the color in which you must improve will bring you closer to your goals:

Step # 1 Green: The financial personality, what is that?
Step # 2 Blue:  Plan for what?
Step # 3 Purple: Organize me how?
Step # 4 Orange: Savings how and where?
Step # 5 Red:  Loans and debts how to control them?
Step # 6 Lemon Green:  Invest Why?
Step # 7 Yellow:  Share and protect what for?

The 7 steps to achieve your financial health is a process that can be easily followed when you understand each of the colors of your money. Keeping in mind that your money does not have a single color, it is a combination of colors determined by the purpose you give them. According to your financial education, there are millions of colors and possibilities for your finances. Do you know enough to give your finances the color you want? Let Elaine King guide you during your presentation during your presentation at Expo-Amhiga!

Elena Olascoaga

SPEAKER & AUTHOR OF THE  “LOS FRUTOS ROJOS”

Elena Olascoaga began her career at UN Women, subregional office for Mexico, Dominican Republic, Cuba and Central America). She is an expert in Gender and Development. Winner of the National Women’s TEC Award, citizenship category (2017), Arturo Díaz Alonso National Research Award (2016) and the PACMYC CONARTE Scholarship (2015). Passionate about the creation of creative content that helps to sensitize diverse populations about the importance of gender equality. Director of the documentary Tomadoras de Decisiones; Author of The Red Fruits: Women Leaders; former collaborator of PROMAGAZINE magazine and leader of the multimedia project “Voces” in Mexico, which aims to document testimonies of women entrepreneurs in subsistence economy.

“We don’t have to be friends to be allies”

Elena Olascoaga began her career at UN Women, subregional office for Mexico, Dominican RepublElena Olascoaga began her career at UN Women, subregional office for Mexico, Dominican Republic, Cuba and Central America). She is an expert in Gender and Development. Winner of the National Women’s TEC Award, citizenship category (2017), Arturo Díaz Alonso National Research Award (2016) and the PACMYC CONARTE Scholarship (2015). Passionate about the creation of creative content that helps to sensitize diverse populations about the importance of gender equality. Director of the documentary Tomadoras de Decisiones; Author of The Red Fruits: Women Leaders; former collaborator of PROMAGAZINE magazine and leader of the multimedia project “Voces” in Mexico, which aims to document testimonies of women entrepreneurs in subsistence economy.ic, Cuba and Central America). She is an expert in Gender and Development. Winner of the National Women’s TEC Award, citizenship category (2017), Arturo Díaz Alonso National Research Award (2016) and the PACMYC CONARTE Scholarship (2015). Passionate about the creation of creative content that helps to sensitize diverse populations about the importance of gender equality. Director of the documentary Tomadoras de Decisiones; Author of The Red Fruits: Women Leaders; former collaborator of PROMAGAZINE magazine and leader of the multimedia project “Voces” in Mexico, which aims to document testimonies of women entrepreneurs in subsistence economy.

Edwin Scott

SPEAKER, COACH & MEMBER OF THE GROUP JOHN MAXWELL

Edwin Scott was born in Managua, Nicaragua. In 2004 he graduated as an engineer from the national university of engineering in his country of origin. While still in college he felt the desire to serve God and people. That is how in 2005 he came to the United States to study theology in the city of Edinburg, Texas. In 2009 he graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Bible studies from Rio Grande Bible College. Currently lives in Austin, Texas. When he was in the last semester before graduating from Rio Grande, Edwin founded PAWN Ministries, where he holds the position of president. This is a non-profit organization that is dedicated to developing leaders in marginalized places in Nicaragua. He is a motivational speaker, coach and member of the John Maxwell group.

“PRINCIPLES THAT LEAD US TO SUCCESS”

ne of the important things we have to understand in life is that success can mean financial freedom for one person, but for another it can be something completely different. It can be fulfilling your dreams of adolescence or even fulfilling a call to which you feel almost obligated to comply, even if this means living a modest life. Regardless of the meaning that success has for each individual the majority says goodbye to this world without reaching it.

The main reason for this is that you have a bad concept of the path that leads to it. We come to believe that success in life is the result of chance or fortuitous events to what we call “luck in life.” However, this is far from the reality. Success in life first begins with a decision and in the second place is the result of putting into practice principles of life which are inviolable, but fortunately they are available to everyone.

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