Sallie Krawcheck slated to speak at Women in Wellness Leadership Conference

Sallie Krawcheck, cofounder and CEO of Ellevest, will speak at American Spa's Women in Wellness Leadership Conference.

Stressed about money or just want to make sure you're earning what you're worth? Then you won't want to miss Sallie Krawcheck, cofounder and CEO of Ellevest, an innovative digital investment platform for women, talk about "What Smart Companies Will Do for Women...and What We Should Do for Ourselves" at American Spa's Women in Wellness Leadership Conference in New York City on March 6. Best-selling author of Own It: The Power of Women at Work, Krawcheck is the chair of Ellevate Network, the global professional woman's network, and of the Pax Ellevate Global Woman's Index Fund, which invests in the top-rated companies in the world for advancing women. Prior to becoming an entrepreneur, she served as CEO of Merrill Lynch Wealth Management, Smith Barney, and Sanford Bernstein. Considered one of the most successful and influential executives in finance, she will share her experience and address the topic of monetary strain and the role it plays in women's lives. Women typically live longer, earn less, and invest less than their male counterparts. Krawcheck will share how to break the pattern with a conversation on what companies can do to to engage, retain, and advance women at work, and what women can do today to start earning what they deserve. 

For more information or to register, check out American Spa's Women in Wellness Leadership Conference.

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