Novato, CA, June 12, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- Former Citi Smith Barney Branch Manager and experienced Financial Advisor Kirsten Lewis today launched Lady Advisor (www.LadyAdvisor.com), an interactive online resource for female Financial Advisors (FAs). Lady Advisor’s mission is to empower women Financial Advisors around the world with the information, resources and sense of community they need to have a successful financial services career and a healthy lifestyle.
The first resource of its kind, Lady Advisor is being launched at an opportune time in the finance industry. Around the globe and on Wall Street, support of diversity has become a huge focus as of late. To the astonishment of Lady Advisor’s visionary and founder, Kirsten Lewis, until now there has not been a comprehensive and approachable online community in which women FAs, both new and seasoned, could come together.
“I wanted to build an inspiring online place where women Financial Advisors can gather to discuss various topics ranging from work to family, share ideas, herald personal and professional accomplishments, and connect with their peers from around the world,” said Lewis.
Lady Advisor’s holistic approach toward pursuing achievement is reflected in features such as:
Robust business resources: Through informative interviews and lessons, Lady Advisor puts women FAs in a virtual classroom with top business leaders and performance coaches. Often these experts are only accessible to CEOs and leaders of successful organizations.
Inspiring Success Stories: Lady Advisor members gain a glimpse into the lives of successful women who have attained extraordinary accomplishments, both within the financial advising field as well as outside of it.
Rejuvenating Lifestyle Ideas: Lady Advisor knows that striking a healthy balance between work and play is critical to one’s overall well-being. Lady Advisor members can read, download, listen to and discuss topics such as exercise, family, mind-body renewal, travel and more.
A Community to Connect With: Because success is rarely achieved in isolation, Lady Advisor hosts a sophisticated discussion forum where advisors can freely discuss their own topics, share ideas and connect with their peers from around the world. Women FAs will also be able to directly interact with Lady Advisor’s professional contributors, comment on and rate any content, and ask questions.
“Whether women Financial Advisors are just launching their career in the Financial Services sector, building up their client base, or simply looking to take that next step up the career ladder, Lady Advisor is here to lend a supportive hand,” said Lewis.
For more information, visit the website: www.LadyAdvisor.com.