Hello sheVestors! I trust you are being prudent about your finances and not making any unnecessary purchases. If you are still struggling to take charge of your finances or you want to gain more knowledge about financial wisdom, I am here to point you in the right direction. As the title of this article suggests, today we are going to find out about 8 female financial literates that you need to follow on social media, if you are not already doing so. The good news is that, you can find articles from some of these women right here on sheVestor.
Arese Ugwu: She is a Nigerian who has tons of financial advice for women. She is the author of Smart Money Woman and also has a YouTube account where she shares pertinent financial tips. Arese runs a website called Smart Money Africa and as the name implies, the platform focuses on money related issues. When it comes to money, you can never know too much so follow her and be enlightened.
Omilola Oshikoya: She is the founder of a life and finance coaching company called Omilola Oshikoya International. In addition to this, she is a blogger and her website is PocketFinance. She writes articles about personal financial management and also gives advice about entrepreneurship. This financial expert is married with three kids. If you need to start a business or want some advice, I recommend that you start searching and follow her ASAP.
Opunjmi Akinkugbe is another financial expert who runs a website called Money Matters with Nimi. She is also the Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Bestman Games Ltd. In addition to this, she is the author of “A – Z of Personal Finance”. This lady has 23 years experience of working in the banking sector so it goes without saying that she has a great deal of financial expertise. She is interested in helping people achieve financial security so hurry and take advantage of her wisdom.
Bola Sokunbi is the brain behind Clever Girl Finance. A blog that churns out financial tips ranging from budgeting to saving. Bola is a Certified Financial Education Instructor (CFEI) and in her own words, an “all round finance junkie”. Her goal is to help women to become more in tune with their finances.
Christine Sesay: She is the CEO of Africa’s Moneypreneur. A platform for financial discussion and education. She has a background in accounting and enjoys advising people about how to manage their finances. She also works with the Ministry of Health in Sierra Leone. Her aim is to help people develop financial strategies that will enable them to live comfortably. I am certain you are interested in financial strategies that can enable you to live a lifestyle of financial stability so make it a point to connect with her.
Abena Brigidi: This Ghanaian is a financial analyst as well as a banker. She also has an MBA in General Management. Her extensive knowledge about money makes her adept at offering financial wisdom to women like you and I. She is keen on encouraging people to invest so if you are looking for tips on this financial policy, I suggest you follow her as soon as you can.
Mapalo Makhu: Inspired by the book “Rich dad; Poor dad” by Robert Kiyosaki, made it her goal to not only gain wealth but to assist others to do the same. She has a degree in Finance and has years of experience in the financial sector. She has and continues to help women to gain financial literacy. Her desire to see women empowered financially inspired her to create Woman&Finance. A platform where she disseminates financial tips for women.
Samke Mhlongo-Ngwenya: Again we have another smart woman who is filled with financial expertise. She has a Bachelor of commerce in Accounting and a Master of Business Administration. justsamke.com is the website where she shares her financial wisdom with the world. Follow her to empower your purse!