Get Shameless About Money
Get Shameless About Your Money Financial Workshop
As we enter a recession, it’s easy to feel like you’re the one who failed, when in fact, there was no way to predict what was going to happen in the future.
“I should have prepared more…”
“I should have saved more…”
“I should have known that my job was going to fire me…”
We’re here to remind you that you’re not wrong,
You’re not stupid,
and you are not alone.
We are Brunch & Budget, a financial planning, coaching, and advocacy practice that serves people through a racial wealth equity lens.
In this workshop, you will walk away:
- Knowing your options: Action steps to take towards financial safety using our very own method, “5 Stages to Financial Legacy”
- Understanding the system: How to identify systems that use shame and trauma to weaponize your trust
- Knowing your values: Gaining agency and ownership of your own tendencies around money
- Relinquishing shame and guilt of the things that you don’t have control over
We can’t be shamed if we know our options
We can’t be shamed if we understand the system
We can’t be shamed if we know who we are and what we want (our values)
Get shameless about your money.
CFP® AFC® Founder & CEO of Brunch & Budget | Co-Founder of See Change | Co-Host of Brunch & Budget
Pamela Capalad is a Certified Financial Planner™ and Accredited Financial Counselor™ and has been in financial services since 2008. She founded Brunch & Budget to help people who felt ashamed or embarrassed about money have a safe place to make real financial progress. Pam has been featured in the Washington Post, Teen Vogue, Huffington Post, Vice Magazine, and was named New York Magazine’s Best financial planner of New York 2019.
Director of Pedagogy at Pockets Change | Founder of See Change | Co-Host of Brunch & Budget Podcast
Dyalekt has been a Hip Hop educator and performer for nearly 20 years. He’s rocked stages and classrooms with the goal of helping people break out of the boxes assigned to them because of their race, class, or bank account. Over the past 7 years, he’s worked as the Director of Pedagogy at Pockets Change, where they change how we talk about money.