Rachel Steidl is the founder and owner of Financial Fluency. She just launched her business this month and will be providing financial coaching, counseling, and education to help women take control of their finances. While it may seem like relevant timing given that so many people are experiencing financial hardship right now, this business has really been a long time coming for her.
From a young age, Rachel was fascinated by personal finance and used it to help her achieve her personal goals. Being in control of her finances empowered her and helped her grow in other areas of life. While Rachel originally dedicated her career to mental health, she continued to learn about personal finance in her spare time. She began questioning her initial career path after meeting many inspiring, educated women who were lost when it came to their personal finances. Rachel was disheartened to see so many women struggling in this way and knew it was holding them back. She felt she should do something about it, and since she always wanted to be an entrepreneur, she decided to open her own business dedicated to solving this issue. In February 2020, she switched careers and dedicated herself full-time to helping women become financially empowered and strong.
She is now offering webinars, online group classes, and one-on-one services to women with varying needs and price points, to provide the help they need to get on the right financial path. While she is open to working with all women (& men when appropriate), she puts a special emphasis on working with millennial women. You can check out her website for complete details at https://myfinancialfluency.com/. To help people who may be overwhelmed by their finances right now, she is offering a free webinar titled “The Six Financial Questions to Ask Yourself During COVID-19” on Monday, April 20 at 2 pm ET and then again at 7 pm ET. Register by clicking here. If you’d like to talk to Rachel about potential services or more info, you can schedule a free 30-minute consultation via her website or by email at email@example.com.
Rachel Steidl is the founder and owner of Financial Fluency. Financial Fluency provides financial coaching, counseling, and education to help women take control of their finances. She started this business after recognizing how many people (including her most accomplished female friends) lacked the financial knowledge and confidence they needed. Prior to launching her business, she worked in the mental health field, and most recently worked as a Public Health Advisor within the federal Department of Health and Human Services (Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration). Rachel graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison with a Masters of Public Health and Bachelor of Arts in Psychology degrees.