February is Black History Month, so I want to shed light on some individuals in the finance space who constantly inspire me. The individuals are all people of color too! Tonya Rapley is the founder of My Fab Finance, Club Loofah and the non-profit organization Maternal Health and Education Project. Carter Cofield is a CPA and founder of Cofield Advisors. He helps creatives reach financial success through a variety of services and offerings. He provides plenty of tax-savings tips on Instagram. Patrice Washington has been dubbed “America’s Money Maven” and she’s created an entire brand around faith, life and money. She is the host of the Redefining Wealth podcast show and works as a success coach for women. Ash Cash Extanus is one of the nation’s top financial educators. He’s been featured in multiple outlets and takes a culturally responsive approach to his financial teachings. He’s the host of the Ash Cash Show and founder of Mind Right Money – a money mindset education platform. Koereyelle is a multi-business owner and brand-building coach. She helps teach black women how to make everyday a pay day through her Werk University program. She also provides resources for single women to become better individuals before becoming wives. Rachel Rodgers is an author, intellectual property coach and founder of Hello Seven. Hello Seven’s mission is to help women make 7 figures per year without sacrificing family, health or sanity.
Here’s a glance at this episode:
- [01:04] Kicking off our list with an inspiring businesswoman. Tonya Rapley has created multiple businesses over the years and continues to make women’s lives better.
- [08:59] Wrapping up our list is Rachel Rodgers, who helps women create seven-figure businesses while living a life they love.