Robin’s signature presentation is based on her best-selling book, A Parent’s Guide to Raising Money-Smart Kids. In this entertaining and interactive presentation, Robin discusses why it’s important to teach kids about money as well as the challenges parents face, including the challenge of being a good financial role model. She explains how to address age appropriate money-related topics with young kids, pre-teens, teenagers and emerging adults. The presentation is approximately one hour in length, including time for questions.
Robin will also provide specific tips and examples about:
- smart spending
- virtual spending
- credit & credit cards
- family philanthropy
What participants have said:
Just wanted to thank you again for a fantastic presentation – there’s been a flurry of texting since the evening ended and everyone is in agreement that it was incredibly engaging and informative!
Erin Brimble, Teacher and parent, Keswick, Ontario
Robin was an outstanding panelist at the AICPA Women’s Global Leadership Summit. She articulately zeroed in on the needs of the audience to share insights from her career. Her down to earth and humorous style was truly engaging.
Wendy Woods, Principal, Watershed Training Solutions, Toronto
I recently attended the People for Education conference and was very impressed by Robin’s presentation. In particular, I appreciated her points about the connection between parental spending habits and those of their children.
People for Education conference attendee, Waterloo
Robin presented so much helpful information on how to teach kids of all ages to manage money wisely. The tips, strategies and highlighting pitfalls were all helpful.
Community & Parent Partner for Kids, Burlington
Robin was a great presenter and made the session very personal by using her own anecdotes and those from her book.
Canadian Institute of Chartered Accountants
Robin did a terrific job and really engaged our group — which is not easy to do, let me tell you!
The Institute of Chartered Accountants of Ontario