Buffett From a Woman’s Perspective

May 23, 2012 at 2:11 pm in Work & Money by Kitty O'Keefe

When I taught in the Financial Planning curriculum at UCLA, I noticed that only about 15% of my students were women.  I talked that over with a colleague, who suggested we develop a course called Financial Planning for Women.  Part of its success was attributed to a guest speaker (and dear friend) named Mary Buffett, who has written extensively about Warren Buffett’s investing techniques.  I’m happy to say that she is now launching a blog and newsletter.


I hope you sign up, and tell your daughters, moms, friends and colleagues to do the same.

Now we have a Buffett who writes for us.

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