Building Generational Wealth: How to Save and Invest Your Money Efficiently.
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Co-sponsored by Be Well.
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Hudson Financial Strategies
Regina Hudson, an Afro-Latina born and raised in Springfield, MA has been a financial advisor for the past three years. She is a life insurance broker, certified credit counselor, and soon to be real estate agent. After graduating with her Bachelors of Science in Accounting from the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, Regina Hudson became employed into the higher education industry in 2014. She has worked for Western New England University and the Springfield Promise Program as a Financial Aid Advisor guiding families through the financial aid process. As she gained experience in the financial industry, Regina gained expertise in credit counseling, budgeting, and received insurance licenses. In 2018 to better help others, Regina opened her own business, Hudson Financial Strategies to educate others in having good credit, the importance of life insurance, and conducting seminars across the city.