PNYA’s Post Break Tackles Financial Wellness for Post Pros
Rebecca Selkowe, Manager of The Actor Fund‘s Financial Wellness Program features in the next edition of Post Break, the free webinar series of Post New York Alliance (PNYA).
Budgeting, investing, and other aspects of financial management can be challenging for post production professionals, especially freelancers. Selkowe leads a program at The Actors Fund that offers courses on a range of financial topics to help industry professionals with fluctuating incomes achieve stability, develop investment plans, and set long-term goals. In her Post Break appearance, Selkowe will provide hands-on personal financial advice to help industry professionals thrive in difficult times. Photo editor Carl Marxer will moderate.
The meeting is scheduled for Thursday, August 12th at 4:00 p.m. EDT and you can register HERE. Participants are encouraged to participate and ask any questions they might have during the session. Following the webinar, participants have the opportunity to join small virtual breakout groups for discussion and networking.
Rebecca Selkowe is a New York City-based educator, musician, and consumer finance attorney Rock Your Money® Jam Sessions Podcast and author of Dominate Your Debt: A Work & Play Book. She specializes in helping individuals, couples, and groups manage and eliminate debt and create financial stability with multiple, variable, and episodic income streams. She has developed and hosted live and online workshops for nonprofits, schools, professional associations, small businesses, and individuals worldwide. Selkowe also administers the Financial Wellness Program of the Actors Fund, a national not-for-profit organization that serves the performing arts and entertainment community.
Carl Marxer is a freelance picture editor with clients like Gigantic pictures, Buttons studio, Hearst and other independent producers in the New York City area. He worked for Vice media, Meredith, and CNN. He recently completed Vamik’s Room, a documentary about the five-time Nobel Prize winner Vamik Volkan, a psychologist specializing in international conflict resolution. The film was shown at the Montreal Film Festival, the New Haven Documentary Film Festival and the Global Health Film Festival.