The Cardiff networking team behind Warrior Women Collective, the ever-popular series of female-focussed events, are returning with their first event of the year following a succession of sold-out events in 2020.
Despite the Covid-19 pandemic, creators Charlie Morgan and Amy Holland endeavoured to quickly adapt their networking style in a bid to keep their community connected during lockdown and continue to host their events.
Their new style virtual events skyrocketed in popularity and the duo have returned in 2021 with even bigger plans for their community of female trailblazers, with their next online panel event scheduled to take place on 18th March.
The topic of discussion will be all things money, led by their panel of three female money experts who will be covering everything from personal finance, debt, and investing and navigating finances during maternity leave or as a working Mother.
Panellist, Ellie Austin-Williams, is a former solicitor turned millennial money coach and financial content creator who wants to help millennial women to feel confident and in control of their money without sacrificing their social lives.
Joining Ellie is Clare Seal, creator of the My Frugal Year Instagram account, founder of The Financial Wellbeing Forum and author of Real Life Money: An Honest Guide To Taking Control Of Your Finances (Headline 2020) and
The Real Life Money Journal (Headline 2020). Clare works to address the deeper causes of debt and financial difficulty, discussing how mindset, privilege and circumstances contribute to an individual’s financial lives and emotional wellbeing, giving guidance on how to resolve money worries for good.
Completing the panel is Tobi Asare, founder of My Bump Pay which was created as a destination to give women the tools and guidance to build successful careers amidst the barriers that surround parenthood.
Warrior Women Collective aims to empower and celebrate women through their series of female-focussed events. The uplifting, inspirational, and empowering events aim to engage women in thought-provoking and positive discussions.
They have featured speakers including some of Wales’s leading businesswomen and entrepreneurs, including Sophie Howe, Future Generations Commissioner for Wales, and Hannah Pycroft co-founder of Spectrum
Collections, while also shining a light on thriving female-run businesses.
“We are so happy that our online events have been such a success. Our event style had to be transformed overnight as a result of the pandemic and it was a scary prospect. However, the network of amazing women who support our events have adapted to our new style and 2020 ended up being fantastic for us.”
“Following our series of sell-out events last year, we are so excited to be back this year. Despite the difficulties everyone has faced, it’s been amazing to see our community come together and support each other, sharing their amazing stories. We can’t wait to shine a spotlight on even more phenomenal women this year.”
The Money event will be held on March 18th. For more information and tickets visit https://warriorwomencollective.co.uk/next-event