Last Day for NLGJA Convention Advance Registration Rate – NLGJA Convention Event of the Week: Straight Money Talk with Suze Orman:
NLGJA’s 2019 National Convention in New Orleans is coming up fast! Each week from now until the convention, NLGJA will be featuring one of the outstanding activities that will be offered throughout the Convention. Be sure to register today to take advantage of the Advance Rate. Registration rates increase tomorrow!
I am excited to be attending the convention as a recipient of this year’s NLGJA Excellence In Blogging Award. This is a huge honor for me, not only because my work is recognized but also because this serves to elevate and platform the topic reflected in the article that won the award: “LGBT Refugee peaceful protest Turns Violent at UNHCR Compound in Kenya”
This week’s featured activity is Straight Money Talk with Suze Orman, made possible by the generous support of AARP.
On August 30 when the world’s Money Matriarch brings her no-nonsense money moves to our stage. She will rock the house with unique money advice that every one of us needs to know, so we can be more and have more. You’ll be able to ask questions, get personalized answers and maybe—just maybe—you will witness a true ‘Suze Smackdown!’ You never know what can happen when Orman takes the stage. Learn, laugh and live your richest life in this one-of-a-kind, priceless event.
Orman is among the most listened to and respected personal finance experts in the world today. USA Today called her, “a force in the world of personal finance,” and, “a one-woman financial-advice powerhouse.” Time and Forbes both named her as one of the 100 most influential and powerful people in the world and Businessweek named her the top female motivational speaker. Orman is the author of nine consecutive New York Times best-seller books. A two-time Emmy Award winner, Orman hosted a weekly TV show, “The Suze Orman Show,” that aired for 14 years in the U.S. and 18 countries worldwide. She is the most successful single fundraiser in the history of PBS, raising over $250 million dollars. She is immensely proud of her work in the LGBTQ community, including her public support for marriage equality. She received the GLAAD Vito Russo Award for her TV work promoting equal rights for the LGBTQ community, as well as the HRC National Equality Award.
Be sure to register today to take advantage of the Advance Rate.
By MELANIE NATHAN
Advocacy: African Human Rights Coalition
Follow me on Twitter – @MelanieNathan1
With many thanks to the West Marin County lesbian community of friends for supporting my presence in New Orleans and my friends who provide the daily emotional support I have needed to keep going, including the much needed muse-ment…