Philadelphia Federal Credit Union encourages Women in Business to establish healthy financial lives
PFCU’s Accredited Financial Counselor, Erin Ellis, shares financial preparedness best practices at Greater Northeast Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce’s 2018 Women in Business Conference and Luncheon
PHILADELPHIA, PA (May 25, 2018) — As part of its ongoing commitment to help Philadelphia residents achieve their financial goals, Philadelphia Federal Credit Union (PFCU) was proud to be a corporate sponsor of the Greater Northeast Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce’s 2018 Women in Business Conference and Luncheon. The annual event, held on April 18 at the Radisson Hotel, brings together Philadelphia’s community of female business professionals – from chief executive officers to entry-level employees – for programming dedicated to empowering attendees and solving the unique challenges women face in business.
Conference attendees got the chance to hear PFCU’s Accredited Financial Counselor, Erin Ellis, share best practices for creating a healthier financial life. Ellis’ presentation, “How to Improve Your Relationship with Money”, highlighted the importance of establishing financial goals and creating a budget. Ellis provided a deep dive into how attendees could cultivate a healthier understanding of their personal finances and financial well-being to improve all aspects of their lives.
“From our branch team members to our online services and tools, PFCU is here to support the past, present and future female entrepreneurs of Philadelphia,” said Ellis. “Money has a ripple effect. Everything else in your life can be smooth sailing, but if you feel financially insecure, it’s easy to become anxious and allow those uneasy feelings to have a harmful impact in the other aspects in your life. That’s why we’re committed to ensuring this community of creative, business savvy women have the services and resources they need to confidently pursue their professional dreams without worrying about finances.”
To learn more about PFCU’s mission, services, and branches, visit www.pfcu.com.
PFCU’s Accredited Financial Counselor Erin Ellis encourages Greater Northeast Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce’s Women in Business Conference and Luncheon attendees to establish a healthier understanding and relationship with personal finances.
Greater Northeast Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce’s Women in Business Conference and Luncheon attendees in the “How to Improve Your Relationship with Money” session, presented by PFCU’s Accredited Financial Counselor Erin Ellis.
About Philadelphia Federal Credit Union
Founded in 1951, PFCU is a member-owned, not-for-profit financial institution serving Philadelphia and Columbia County, Pa. PFCU is among the top five credit unions in the Greater Philadelphia area, with 11 branch locations, more than $1 billion in assets, over 119,000 members, and more than 400 Partner Groups. PFCU returns its profits to members in the form of higher dividend rates, lower loan rates, better services, and investment in the community. For more information, visit www.pfcu.com and connect with PFCU on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Instagram.