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Financially Fit – Get Organized, Set Goals, Stay on Track – Registration Required

June 23
6:00 pm - 7:30 pm

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Free for CRC Members; $20 - Non-CRC members Per Couple in advance
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Virtual Event - Registration Required

Presented by: Bridget Jones, Founding Sister, Smart Sister Finance

This program will improve your financial health, knowledge and confidence! Being financially organized will help you reach your life goals whether you are just getting started or planning for the long term. Anyone going through a life change (job search, marital status, growing family, illness) can benefit from the planning and assessment tools in this session. Recent college grads will gain important information to chart their own finance journeys.

Bridget is a financial coach that works with individuals on financial strategies to help them reach their goals. In this session, Bridget will focus on:

• Setting Financial Goals
• Spend Tracking to Meet Goals
• Budget Guidelines
• Managing Your Credit Score/Reading credit agency reports
• Balancing Debt and Savings
• How to be Recession Proof

Free for CRC Members - Please email


$20 - Non-members - click link above to register

About the presenter:

Bridget Jones is a Business Transformation Consultant who helps small companies grow and large companies become more efficient, all while maintaining focus on their culture and core differentiators. Bridget worked at Whole Foods Market for over 10 years in Finance, Operations and Technology executive leadership roles. She also built the company’s Change Management organization, leading 90,000 Team Members successfully through major initiatives. Prior to Whole Foods Market, Bridget worked at Potbelly Sandwich Works and Clif Bar in Finance roles and at PricewaterhouseCoopers as a Consultant. She holds a BA degree from Kalamazoo College where she majored both in Theatre and Economics as well as an MBA from Boston University.

Bridget is proud to be a native Detroiter and has devoted herself to improving the urban landscape in all the cities she has lived. She has given her time to economic empowerment projects on Chicago’s south side with organizations such as Ladder Up, the Greater Chicago Food Depository and the Metropolitan Planning Council. She recently facilitated the completion of Englewood Community Kitchens at the Primo Center, a community teaching kitchen and wellness space for the residents of Greater Englewood.


To learn about CRC Membership or for registration questions, please email kelly@CareerResourceCenter.org.


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