Nevada Women’s Money Conference – A New Vision for Women and Money

Women are a powerful part of our economy. Yet many women lack the knowledge and confidence to manage their money well and create a secure financial future for themselves and their families.

That’s why the Direct Selling Education Foundation is proud to partner with the International Association of Working Mothers to sponsor the Nevada Women’s Money Conference. This one day conference, offered in both Reno and Las Vegas, NV will help women learn how to take control of their money and create a more secure financial future.

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As an attendee, you will learn how to:

  • Reduce your financial stress
  • Feel confident with money matters
  • Fix your credit
  • Pay off your debt
  • Maximize your income
  • Save for college and retirement
  • Develop a financial support network
  • Build a secure financial future

Registration is $75 per person (scholarships available), which includes admission to all speaker and discussion sessions and the Resource Pavilion, plus morning coffee and luncheon networking sessions. In addition, each attendee will receive a copy of the “Women’s Money™ Guidebook,” your personal road map for implementing the actionable ideas and knowledge you’ll learn at the conference.

Choose Your Location/Date:

  • Reno, NV: April 20, 2013
  • Las Vegas, NV: April 27, 2013


  • Registration: 8am – 9am
  • Conference: 9am – 2:30pm (includes lunch)

Best of all, the Direct Selling Education Foundation is offering full scholarships to direct sellers that are part of DSA member companies. Just use Scholarship Code: DSEF when you register here:

Please share this with every direct seller that you know in Nevada! Let’s make a difference in the financial future of women!


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  1. [...] Knowing how to manage your business finances is key to creating the income you want in your direct sales business. That’s why we’re excited to partner with the Women’s Money Conference in Nevada to provide full scholarships for women in DSA member companies to attend the conference. If you’re a woman in Nevada, or know a direct seller who is, get all the details on this conference here:… [...]

  2. Jane Jordan says:

    I registered for the 2013 Reno conference on Friday, April 5, 2013, but got an email today saying that my registration is not complete. I went back to complete my registration, which I did, but I’ve already paid through PayPal, and there’s no other way to leave that page and complete my registration without paying again. I would like to complete my registration before there are no seats available. HELP!

  3. Reyhan says:

    I would love to go! Thank you!

  4. [...] part of National Financial Literacy Month, we at DSEF are proud to sponsor the Nevada Women’s Money Conference. This important event helps women learn the skills they need to create a secure financial [...]

  5. [...] Foundation has partnered with the International Association of Working Mothers to sponsor the Nevada Women’s Money Conference! This one day event, will be offered in both Reno and Las Vegas, Nevada and will be teaching women [...]

  6. Kim says:

    I would love to see this offered online. I am unable to travel to the event.

  7. Grace Chung says:

    I am currently out of town and will be back in June. How can I obtain more information from the conference? I am now involving in the fast growing direct selling business and hence traveling in Asia to develop my business. Please advise, thank you.

  8. Kimberly Crawford says:

    I tried to register for the seminar and when was done filling out 2 forms , it directed me to webpage that showed agreement, but nothing to push to move foward again and I never received email either

  9. [...] The Direct Selling Education Foundation (DSEF), a non-profit organization dedicated to championing ethical entrepreneurship and standing up for consumers, is offering full scholarships to the conference for direct sales consultants who are part of Direct Selling Association member companies (companies like Avon, The Pampered Chef, Princess House, etc.) To take advantage of the scholarship, direct sellers can use the scholarship code “DSEF”. Here is a link with more information for direct sellers:… [...]