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Do you want to come play with the money? We are in conversation with Stacks House co-founders Kindra Meyer and Patience Ramsey. Really excited to announce that tickets are on sale currently for our Los Angeles arrival. You can purchase tickets at and I have a special discount for SO MONEY listeners…Use SoMoneyStacksLa for 20% off your ticket. We’ll be opening doors on April 17th and we'll have a limited run in the City of Angels and the plan is to travel the country.

What better way to go behind the scenes of the why and the how and the what of Stacks House than to invite my cofounders Patience and Kindra to So Money.  I met these two ladies back in the summer of 2018. They invited me to come and learn about their plans to launch a major company called She Stacks, which is all about supporting women in their endeavors to become a financially independent and close the wealth gap. Stacks House is the first of many offerings from She Stacks.

If any of you ever been to the Museum of Ice Cream or Museum of Pizza, Color Factory, etc. you know that popups are a thing right now, right? People are lining up and can't get enough of them.  To leverage that popularity, we're doing our own version of a pop up, but with a purpose: to serve women on their journey to becoming financially free.

Coming up, learn how about my co-founders' storied past growing up with not a lot of money, and how that impacted their relationship with money as adults. Patience and Kindra are marketing mavens, each with 15+ years experience building brands, starting movements, utilizing talent and galvanizing communities. Patience is also a founding Executive at Good Counsel, Mastry Inc., and The Bloomberg Players Technology Summit. Kindra is former owner of McLeod Residence, a members-only lounge and art gallery. They’ve each come a long way from humble beginnings. Kindra was raised in a one room log cabin. Patience, the eldest of six children, talks about how her parents declared bankruptcy when she was young. How did all that influence their money mindset and their desire to support other women along the way?
Again, check out to reserve your spot.  Use the code: SoMoneyStacksLA for 20% off your ticket!
And follow us on Instagram @StacksHouse

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