Women of UC: Women & Wealth
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Women currently control about 33% of total U.S. household finances, but many have not taken active steps to plan for their financial future. UC alumna Rebecca Stewart, A&S ’16, is working to change that. As a financial advisor, Rebecca strives to empower and educate women to assertively and strategically manage their personal financial situation to more effectively achieve their goals.
Join us for cocktails and conversation as Rebecca leads an important interactive presentation. We’ll dig into the history of women and money, explore how dynamics have shifted, and discuss how women can set themselves up for financial success.
Registration is $25 and includes light bites and two drink tickets. Complimentary parking is available in the Rookwood Commons parking garage and surface lot.
Meet Rebecca Stewart, A&S ’16
Rebecca serves young families and emerging professionals as a Financial Advisor in Northwestern Mutual’s Cincinnati office. Her practice has grown nationally and serves families in over 25 states. Her passion stems from the desire to educate individuals on the possibilities that arise from sound financial planning, encouraging each person she meets to learn something new.
Rebecca is a graduate of the University of Cincinnati and University of Tennessee with bachelor’s and master’s degrees in psychology. Leveraging this educational background in behavioral science, she leads individuals to action through small steps of progress toward their short-term and long-term goals.
As a college football coach’s wife, Rebecca works with a wide range of professionals in athletics, as well as in the tech space and real estate industry. She has been recognized in the top 4% of advisors to impact over 100 lives in the first year as a Financial Advisor with Northwestern Mutual. She also mentors college students interested in pursuing financial services.
Rebecca grew up in Kent, Ohio, and enjoys spending time with her husband, Walter, and their two children, Niya and Nolan, doing crafts, experiencing new restaurants, and traveling.