October 2019:

How do you create the life and world you want to see?

A 4-week exploration of activism, money, social change, and leaving a legacy

The Professional Women Speaker Series

Co-Hosted by KCS Wealth Advisory, LLC and
The Feminist Majority Foundation

Program is free, but space is limited.


Location: The Feminist Majority Foundation

433 S. Beverly Drive, Beverly Hills

(between Olympic & Pico)

Street Parking on Beverly Drive

Time: Thursdays, 6:30 to 8:30 pm

Food and Wine Provided

Speaker: Kathy Spillar, Executive Director, Feminist Majority Foundation & Executive Editor, Ms. Magazine and
Betsy Butler, Executive Director, California Women’s Law Center

How do we work to change our world in a way that maintains hope and focuses your impact? How do you plug in to the movements you believe in so that it really moves the needle?  There are so many issues to tackle in the world, it can often feel overwhelming. However, when we find the common threads and pull it together into a cohesive strategy, activism can change our lives.

Speakers: Katrina Soelter and Laura Gilman, KCS Wealth Advisory, LLC

Knowing your finances and understanding what you are worth empowers you to live the life you choose. Engaging your total net worth with intention allows you to proactively decide how you will: negotiate your salary; align your spending with your values; work towards financial independence on your terms; and use your resources to have a lifestyle that creates the future YOU want.

Speaker: Kaitlin Koga, Chief of Staff, The Bail Project

What does it look like to harness today’s resources to influence society and truly create change? How do you gain the confidence to speak to your values in all aspects of your life without proselytizing your message?

What can we learn from a woman who has done just that?

Speakers: Willow Mc Jilton, Founder, Willow Law Group ALC, Inc and
Natella Royzman, Director of Charitable Gift Planning, Jewish Community Foundation of Los Angeles

How do you continue influencing the world after you are gone?  It’s time to challenge your fear of estate planning and harness your resources to continue to fund the future you want to see for generations to come. All sizes of estates, small to large, can create impact using charitable planning. By embracing your worth, you can both continue to support the activism you value and still create a peaceful transition for your loved ones.