No one puts a book on how to be successful in our cribs along with a teddy bear and rattle. We have to learn that stuff on our own. Not everyone's mom and dad is a Trump with a business to hand down to their kids. It's not easy to learn how to make money when you've never had any.
Minda Harts is the founder of The Memo, a career development company for women of color. She's a superstar career coach, helping women of all ages and backgrounds, from colleges to boardrooms to homeless shelters improve their resumes and advocate for themselves. She's here to talk about finding money mentors and how you can actually teach people to be ambitious.
ABOUT MINDA: Minda holds a Bachelor's in Communications and a Master's in Business Administration. She has more than a decade of fundraising and sales experience, and has been part of successful fundraising campaigns at The University of Texas at Austin, UCLA, and Duke. In 2016, she was nominated as a Change Maker at The White House State of Women Summit. Minda is a member of the New York Junior League and volunteers at women's shelters across NYC; helping women enhance their resumes and interviewing skills. Minda has been featured in Essence Magazine and The Guardian.