Designed specifically for people working in Technology the “TechGirl Financial Podcast,” provides financial planning and wealth management insights empowering listeners to live a work-optional lifestyle.
The program curates current financial themes, discusses important investment and planning concepts, and shares candid interviews with clients, partners, and industry thought leaders. If you have a guest you think we should consider on the show, please share it below.
The Podcast is available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Amazon Music and other media players, as well as our website.
In the competitive landscape of recruiting and placement, the negotiating process of a new job offer can lead to a more lucrative outcomes with long-term implications. Nicole Bannon, team lead and advisor with Rora/81 Cents joins us on the podcast to provide intel on how to improve your chances of a better offer and the leverage you have to chart your own path. In our conversation we discuss how to evaluate a good fit with a new company and what to consider to increase your total compensation.
Victor Gaxiola joins Amy Webber on the Cambridge Stronger Podcast to share how they help clients plan for a "work-optional" lifestyle. In this episode of Cambridge Stronger Victor provides insight on his role as Head of Marketing, the latest trends in the digital space, and how he serves as a valued member of Cambridge’s Diversity, Equality, and Inclusion Advisory Council. He also shares the trials, tribulations, and risks he and his wife experienced while building their business with a family-first focus and why they always “keep the end in mind”.
As a recent recipient of the Spirit of Cambridge Award at our National Conference in Nashville, Kim was invited to participate in the Cambridge Stronger Podcast hosted by Amy Webber, CEO of Cambridge. In the episode, Kim shares how she got her start, what she's learned along the way and how TechGirl Financial leverages technology to connect and serve clients.
We are grateful to Amy for this outstanding opportunity to share our story and how we continue to embody Cambridge's core values- Integrity, Commitment, Kindness, and Flexibility.
Based on the book Breaking Money Silence® by Kathleen Burns Kingsbury, we break down how to have challenging conversations about money at home and the workplace.
This series introduces the complicated nature of a client's financial journey with a panel of experts sharing how they help navigate the path.
As a listener, you are part of the process and we encourage you to ask questions, make comments and offer suggestions for future shows. To participate, please send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org or join the conversation on Twitter with Victor Gaxiola (@victorgaxiola) and Kim Gaxiola (@kimgaxiola) using the hashtag #AskTGF. We also encourage you to follow us on Facebook and connect with us on LinkedIn.