The people who have trusted us so far
Thank you again for taking the time to lead an amazing financial literacy workshop for my scholars. Your engaging and informational presentation is just what the students need. As you know, a solid foundation in financial literacy is essential to success and I truly hope to have you back in the fall!
Director of Center for Student Diversity
I chose to work with Leah because she seemed very approachable and it was easy for me to say yes to her offer. I loved how easy it was to talk with her about such a sensitive subject, and I never felt uncomfortable or self-conscious talking about my financial issues. Leah is incredibly easy to talk to and is very focused on giving easy actionable steps to reach personal goals. Our session ended with me knowing exactly what steps I need to take to get my finances back on track without feeling deprived! I have specific guidelines of how much money I should be setting aside and how to organize the money I spend. On top of that, I am confident that I’ll be able to pay off all of my debt in a short amount of time without allowing it to change my lifestyle or stress me out. And, once my debt is paid off, I know exactly what to do to save money to move.
I would recommend Leah to anyone who thinks organizing finances can be stressful. We accomplished so much within a 45-minute session, and I walked away with actionable steps to start taking now to achieve my personal goals.
Look what came right on time…my Financially Forward planner by Leah Woodly. This planner is more thorough than any other planner I’ve had. I highly recommend getting one if you’re determined to change your financial outlook.
Upper Marlboro, MD
I had no hesitations whatsoever in working with Leah. I wanted to get professional advice on money management. Leah is very helpful and pays attention. I received plenty of helpful tips on how to manage my income and how to keep better track of it. My favorite part of working with Leah was that IT WAS FUN! It didn’t feel odd and I didn’t feel ashamed of my situation. Hopefully, I can use Leah’s tips to help my spouse improve his money management skills.