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New Show, The Gen-Z Project With Jennifer Openshaw, Kicks-Off Today
Nationally known financial expert and Silicon Valley entrepreneur will focus on the world's largest segment
By: Girls With Impact
A LinkedIn Influencer and longtime columnist for Dow Jones' MarketWatch who's appeared on Oprah and many other shows, Openshaw will draw from her roots and vast business and government experience.
Openshaw will seek to shed light on this generation following millennials. GenZ is comprised of those just now entering the workforce, the eldest of whom are 23. They represent 3.26 billion people globally.
Openshaw will seek to answer: Who are they? What's on their minds? How are they driving change? And how will they impact the workforce?
Research shows that 60% of GenZ wants to personally drive social change.
Today's kick-off show will feature 4 GenZ CEOs ages 14-18 are leading the way on key issues of the day – from #BLM and #diversity to #tech, #AI and more.
Future topics include:
- GenZ – Just how financially screwed are they?
- College admissions – What's hot? What should parents and GenZ students know to prepare?
- The mental health of GenZ – Good or bad? And how should parents and employers cope?
- How to make the most of a gap year during Covid
A one-time motel maid who climbed to board-level success as one of Silicon Valley's early rising stars, Openshaw is the author of three books including The Millionaire Zone: 7 Steps to a 7-Figure Fortune (Hyperion) and host of her own Public Television show after her first book, What's Your Net Worth?
She has held senior positions at the nexus of the financial industry, government and media, working with California State Treasurer Kathleen Brown, sister of Jerry Brown, Jamie Dimon at BankOne, now JP Morgan Chase, and Chief Marketing Officer of Mercer's When Women Thrive research platform.
Called "one of the most outspoken proponents for empowering women," she is now the CEO of Girls With Impact (https://www.girlswithimpact.org/
With a focus on helping people do the extraordinary, she's been a fixture in the media – from Oprah and Dr. Phil to CNN and CNBC.
She has advised Fortune 500 companies including Microsoft, where she was its national spokesperson for women and money.
Tune in Thursdays at 12noon EST. Visit her at: https://www.linkedin.com/
View Openshaw's full bio here: https://www.girlswithimpact.org/
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