This basic overview class covers our outlook on the major systems we have become dependent on as a society: Food & Water, Energy, Money, and Government Services. In this workshop we take a 50,000 foot view and highlight some of the major risks within these systems, and make our case for why we think people should begin investing their money, time and energy into building community resiliency and individual independence from these systems. Participants will walk away with useful resources for furthering their education and understanding of the primary risks to our wealth and well-being today. Many people also leave energized and motivated to re-align their investments in time and money with the reality we face today.
Now in her 10th year in the financial advising field, Angela has worked almost every aspect of the industry. At the age of 20 she began a two year apprenticeship with Allen Green of A. Green Financial Group (AGFG) in Downtown Ypsilanti. Since then she has spent 5 years at a large traditional firm and 5 years as an independent advisor. In the Fall of 2011, Angela founded her own firm, ‘reconsider’, in order to deliver the message of Slow Money, localization and practicality to her clients and community.
Additionally, Angela Barbash has served on the board of the Ypsilanti nonprofit Growing Hope from 2009-2011 working on development and special events. She also has been serving as President of the New West Willow Neighborhood Association (NWWNA) in Ypsilanti Township since 2010.
Angela Barbash is an Investment Advisor Representative with reconsider, who uses Royal Advisory out of Grandville, MI for Advisory Services (Member FINRA/SIPC) and RBC Capital Markets as their Trustee.