In this kick off episode, learn why Nav.it CEO and Founder Erin Papworth dropped everything to create a female-forward money management app that provides practical finance, travel and life tips. Erin spent 12 years working in sub-Saharan Africa on projects that increased health care access for marginalized women. Her work and travels have taken her to Tanzania, Zanzibar, Kenya, Malawi, and Haiti, Cameroon, Sudan, Mozambique, and other countries in Africa and around the world. Upon her return to the U.S., Erin became determined to change female conversations around finances and help women redefine their lifestyles and what wealth means to them. Erin shares about her entrepreneur journey and her drive to help women navigate finances, travel and life.
What You'll Learn
The backstory behind the genesis of Nav.it
The history of women and access to wealth
The core underpinnings of the Nav.it philosophy
The importance of women learning to navigate traditionally male dominated systems
Information about the Nav.it app and what it provides
What some of the challenges have been along the way
The episode ends with a Real Talk story about Singapore from the community section of the Nav.it app.
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