LOS ANGELES, CA / ACCESSWIRE / January 29, 2021 / Gina Judge may only be 26, but she has proven herself to be a helpful ally to many women already. Today, she is filling her role as a money coach, especially for those who are going through a crisis. She understands how essential and helpful it is to have another woman who can be your mentor and guide along the way in life.
Coming from humble beginnings, her childhood wasn't easy, yet she's taken the contrast of adversity and used it to her advantage as she now enjoys great success. Growing up, she was raised by a single mother who struggled to provide for the two of them. Her adolescence was riddled with various forms of abuse, this had her feeling extremely disconnected from life, getting through much of it on autopilot. One day, she had decided enough was enough and moved out immediately. This sudden and major decision when she was 18 would end up changing her entire life path.
As a woman who had gone through a number of crises of her own, Gina now teaches other women that they are never products of their circumstances. They can always take the reins and empower themselves to be financially stable and free. No matter what sort of adversity you face in life, Gina believes you can use it to move you forward in life, instead of letting it keep you stuck from achieving great things.
Today, Gina is teaching financial literacy to women through her podcast The Millennial Money Guide. This wealth of helpful financial information has been helping countless women manage their finances. She takes a holistic approach to helping women become financially stable and free. She looks at a number of areas, including budgeting, investing, building credit, managing student loans, qualifying for a mortgage, and becoming debt-free. Gina sees all of these areas as being part of the formula to living a more fulfilled life, full of opportunities.
Gina is shaping up to be a real role model and leader. She was nominated for the WXN's Emerging Leader Award, which is an award that recognizes the 100 most powerful women in Canada. Beyond that, Gina has won two prominent awards while working at the credit union Coast Capital Savings.
Gina is a big believer in financially independent women being powerful women. After all, she has seen it in herself, as well as clients that she has helped. She now teaches her clients how to manage their money better, especially if her clients are currently going through a crisis. Gina knows firsthand how challenging that could be.
Being there for other women in need is something she always wants to do. She is reminded of something Oprah once said, which was that "Whatever happens to us, happens for a reason. Every one of us, surely in my case, gets through the tough times because somebody is there, standing in the gap to close it for us." That's a very good reminder.
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