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Her Direct Reasons for Wanting Latinos to be Financially Independent | HDM 266

Her Direct Reasons for Wanting Latinos to be Financially Independent | HDM 266

Sometimes we think that to be financially independent is not at our reach because we have limited opportunities to improve our career journey, but actually, this is just a perception. When evaluating a new opportunity do not discount yourself for not having the experience right off, be a risk-taker and go for the next big role, make your mark in the near term, and you will learn everything else.

In this episode, Ileana Musa shares with us her career journey and how her father had a huge influence on her financial life. She also shares her mission to help the next generation of Latinos to achieve equity and to be financially independent.

Ileana Musa is the Co-Head of International Wealth Management and the Head of International Banking & Lending. Ileana was recently named to the Girl Scouts National Board (GSUSA) and sits on the Corporate Advisory Boards of the Association of Latino Professionals for America (ALPFA), Florida International University Honors College and the Cuban Heritage Collection at the University of Miami.

 

What you’ll learn about in today’s episode:

  • The influence her father had which led her to study finance and eventually her current leadership role
  • Her suggestions for Latinas to improve their financial lives
  • Her advise for organizations to help improve the advancement of Latinas

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A point in time that impacted Ileana’s perception about money. [2:54]

How Ileana’s father had a huge influence on her finances and eventually her current leadership role [5:00]

Ileana’s career trajectory after getting her degree. [7:13]

Suggestions for Latinas to improve their financial lives. [9:27]

A little about her role at Morgan Stanley. [13:19]

Ileana’s personal mission to help the next generation of Latinos achieve financial independence and equity. [18:45]

Her take on Latinx generational wealth. [24:37]

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Jen

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