Named on of Glamour’s Best Books of 2020 (so far), Bow Down is a book about getting everything you want through the lens of BDSM. Goldwert, a money podcaster and creator of Spent shares the money secrets dominatrixes know — and you should too!
Moderated by Ramona Ortega, Esq., Founder and CEO of My Money My Future, a personal finance platform designed to help women manage their money with confidence.
Together they will explore how to create a “personal code of conduct” to make sure your money is serving you.
Join us for an evening of exclusive networking and discussion. Light fare and drinks.
Every ticket holder will receive a free signed copy of Bow Down.
Lindsay Goldwert is the author of Bow Down: Lessons from Dominatrixes on How to Get Everything You Want (Simon & Schuster, January 2020) and the former editorial director of the personal finance app Stash. She has worked as a journalist for more than fifteen years at Glamour, Redbook, CourtTV, ABC News, CBS News, and Daily News (New York). Her writing has appeared in Quartz, AdWeek, Refinery29, Fast Company, Slate, and many others. She has appeared on multiple panels and podcasts to talk about women and finance, financial education, and more.
In 2016, she created SPENT, a podcast for the financially challenged that has been featured in The Atlantic, The A.V. Club, The Globe and Mail (Toronto), and others. She also hosted the podcast Teach Me How to Money, a top 100 Business Apple podcast, for Stash.
Ramona Ortega is the CEO & Founder of My Money My Future and Entrepreneur-in-Residence with Azlo. My Money My Future is an all-in-one personal finance platform that helps women manage their money with confidence with financial guidance and action plans.Previously Ortega was an attorney in New York where she worked on complex securities litigation and corporate matters at the SEC and U.S. Bankruptcy Court. In her early career, Ortega led the Human Rights Project where she worked globally on strengthening policies related to economic security. Ortega is a contributor to TechCrunch and Huffington Post and is a sought after speaker and thought leader in Fintech. She has a B.A. from UCLA and a J.D. from Fordham School of Law.