Personal Finance for Young Professionals

Personal Finance for Young Professionals

A virtual workshop featuring Daniel Huizinga (Baylor BBA '15)

Wednesday, January 25th from 7:00-8:30pm

About this event: How do you optimize and simplify your financial life? What does it actually mean to get started investing? How should we think about the role of generosity as we plan our saving and spending? Join Daniel Huizinga (Baylor BBA '15) for this crash course on personal finance tips for young professionals, with answers to these questions and any others you've been wondering about but never knew who to ask.

We're proud to partner with Baylor Alumni on this virtual workshop! This event will take place on Zoom. Register to attend on Eventbrite, and we will send you the Zoom link.

Daniel is a consultant in the Chicago office of Boston Consulting Group (BCG). Previously, he was a strategy and consulting manager at Accenture in Washington, DC, focusing on data-driven strategy for nonprofit, education, and government clients. He also led Accenture's personal finance group of 80+ employee volunteers presenting to 10,000+ employees each year. In his free time, Daniel continues to lead personal finance sessions for students, young professionals, and colleagues. He is also the Chief Financial Officer of Komolion Fund, a non-profit dedicated to community development in Kenya. Daniel has his MBA from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business and his BBA in Finance / Economics / Business Fellows from Baylor University. Note: Daniel is not a financial advisor and will not try to sell you any financial products - this session is informational only and does not constitute specific financial advice. 

In preparation for the session, feel free to read three of Daniel's recent articles here:


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