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Millennial Money Management-Season IlI hosted by J. Elliot Howard

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Posted By: Beverly Johnson on June 06, 2019

Millennial Money Management hosted by J. Elliot Howard with special guest, Guest Speaker: Dr. Leticia DeSuze

Season III Finale

June 6, 2019 at 5:30PM-PST 6:30PM-GMT 7:30PM-CST 8:30PM-EST.

Call 347-539-5285 or Listen Online LIVE/ARCHIVED: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/gumbofortheso...



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About Our Guest:

Leticia is an Atlanta-based business coach and the CEO of Elite Wealth Enterprises, LLC. She provides business coaching and financial consulting services designed to help entrepreneurs and consumers completely change both their financial perspectives and positions.





Although she has coached more than 1,000 executives and entrepreneurs, for Leticia this mission began as something personal. Leticia is a single mom and was determined to help her daughter avoid her mistakes and ensure a solid financial future.



Her daughter obtained a full academic scholarship to Vanderbilt University and graduated with honors in 2018. She is now a successful financial executive in Tampa, FL. Leticia has now merged her passion and purpose to educate and empower others in the area of entrepreneurship and financial literacy on a massive scale.



In her spare time, Leticia enjoys traveling, experiencing new foods and the ocean. She also mentors youth in the areas of financial literacy and entrepreneurship through her nonprofit - Beyond Potential, Inc.

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