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MoneyGirl

A movement of young women who are ready to take
control of their money and be part of a community
with like-minded peers.

MoneyGirl is dedicated to improving the financial literacy of every young woman in Australia.

MoneyGirl provides live in-person workshops covering multiple areas of money.

From big financial decisions like investing and choosing financial advisors, right through to everyday budgeting, MoneyGirl provides everything you need to start on the right path.

When you join the MoneyGirl community, you’ll be joining a sisterhood of smart, savvy and supportive young women to help you on your journey.

 
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For Organisations

Our relationship with organisations is twofold.

Firstly, we love to collaborate with organisations who have a similar vision of educating and instilling confidence into young women. MoneyGirl provides on-location live workshops to various community and private organisations on topics ranging from budgeting to saving and all things personal finance.

Secondly, we rely on the generous help of corporate sponsors to help get our mission out to the young women of Australia.

If you would like to partner with us, or know of an organisation that might, please contact us for more information.

The Founders

 
Mariam Mohammed  Mariam is a community developer, which basically means she brings people together. In 2017, she became the youngest President of the Sydney University Postgraduate Representative Association, leading the organisation to deliver a 600% increase in its community engagement. In 2018, she won the first-ever Australian Dell Policy Hack for a proposal tackling women entrepreneurs' access to capital in Australia. By 2019, she co-founded MoneyGirl to empower and inspire women to become financially independent.

Mariam Mohammed

Mariam is a community developer, which basically means she brings people together. In 2017, she became the youngest President of the Sydney University Postgraduate Representative Association, leading the organisation to deliver a 600% increase in its community engagement. In 2018, she won the first-ever Australian Dell Policy Hack for a proposal tackling women entrepreneurs' access to capital in Australia. By 2019, she co-founded MoneyGirl to empower and inspire women to become financially independent.

 
Mellissa Ma  Mellisa is a Management Consultant with experience in strategic transformations, growth strategies and large-scale financial cost-outs for major Australian companies. Coupled with an academic background in Commerce and Accounting, she is passionate about empowering women through financial literacy, as well as intrapreneurship, the startup ecosystem, and environmental sustainability.

Mellissa Ma

Mellisa is a Management Consultant with experience in strategic transformations, growth strategies and large-scale financial cost-outs for major Australian companies. Coupled with an academic background in Commerce and Accounting, she is passionate about empowering women through financial literacy, as well as intrapreneurship, the startup ecosystem, and environmental sustainability.