Fiscal Femme To Bring Financial Wellness to Women in Wellness Conference

Ashley Feinstein Gerstley, a money coach and the founder of The Fiscal Femme

Ashley Feinstein Gerstley, a money coach and the founder of The Fiscal Femme, will be one of several powerful speakers at American Spa's Women in Wellness Leadership Conference, which takes place March 6, 2018, in New York City. During her enlightening session, Gerstley will be hosting a workshop on 10 Steps to Financial Wellness. “I’ll take participants through ten action-oriented and manageable steps they can take immediately to greatly improve their financial well-being,” she says. “These steps include transforming our money mindset as well as setting up processes and cultivating positive money habits that will set us up to reach our financial goals.”

As a money coach, Gerstley, demystifies the world of personal finance and money for her clients in a fun and accessible way that empowers them to achieve their financial goals. She and her work have been featured in NBC News, Refinery 29, Bustle, Forbes, Glamour, Yahoo Finance, and DailyWorth, among others. 

Gerstley has worked in the financial services industry for more than nine years, first as an investment banker, then in corporate finance, and most recently running The Fiscal Femme. She graduated with a bachelor’s in finance from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania.

American Spa’s Women in Wellness Leadership Conference ($350 per participant) will take place at Convene 117 W 46th Street in New York City. Space is limited, so registration will close when capacity is reached. Register at www.americanspawiw.com.

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