We all have money stories. These stories shape how we think and feel about money.

As a financial coach, I teach my clients how to manage their finances but we also work on raising our baseline for how we desire to think and feel about our finances. In this event, you will learn about a tool I call financial visioning. This event will help you identify where you are right now and where you desire to go with your finances.

Keina Newell works with hardworking and passionate single women who need help creating clear financial goals so they can save more, pay off debt, and stress less about money. When Keina graduated from college, she was in $75,000 of student loan debt. Cue all the overwhelming feelings that flood in when you have a mountain of debt staring you in the face. She got out of overwhelm and found clarity when she started having weekly money dates with herself. Money dates were what helped her find ways to save money and pay off debt at the same time, buy her first home before the age of 30 and pay off $75,000 of student loan debt shortly thereafter.

Now, as a financial coach, she works with her clients to get them out of financial ruts so that they can get ahead financially and be more strategic with their spending and saving.

Keina is passionate about her work and finds no greater satisfaction than helping her clients start approaching the way they manage their money with joy because they’ve learned to feel possibility where they once felt shame, guilt, overwhelm, and anxiety.

When she is not coaching, Keina is spending quality time with friends and family and encouraging herself to go to CrossFit!