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Join Woven: Where Women and Nonbinary Folks Thrive Together

Why Woven?

Where Finance Gets Friendly for Women and Nonbinary Folks.

Your cozy corner in the financial world, away from all the noise.

Finding a spot where money talk feels like a chat with friends? That’s Woven for you. In a world where finance communities for women and nonbinary people are few and far between, we’re here to fill that gap — and then some.

  • Just the Right Space: Big enough to cover diverse financial topics, yet intimate enough for you to feel heard and supported. Woven is your go-to for money matters, where people know your name, and your financial well-being is the main agenda.
  • Engage and Grow with Weekly Prompts: Every week, Woven offers unique prompts designed to spark discussion, inspire action, and foster connections. These aren’t just conversation starters; they’re growth accelerators, helping you to reflect, act, and connect on deeper levels.
  • Exclusive Live Events and Content: Our live events are more than lectures; they’re interactive sessions with experts who genuinely want to see you succeed. Miss an event? No problem. Almost every session is recorded and added to our growing content library, exclusively for you. This resource is constantly evolving, adding layers of valuable insights accessible at any time.
  • Journey Together with Angela & Regina: Join Angela Rozmyn and Regina Moore, not just as founders but as active members of your financial support network. They’re here sharing, learning, and sometimes just enjoying a good laugh with you. It’s finance made personal because that’s how it should be.
  • Beyond the Algorithm: In a community free from the clutter of clicks and algorithms, Woven stands out as a breath of fresh air. Here, you’re valued for the connections you make and the steps you take toward growth, not the engagement metrics.

Looking for a finance community that feels like a breath of fresh air? Dive into Woven. We’re the haven for anyone tired of the impersonal nature of big online platforms, offering a place where managing your finances is empowering and engaging. Together, let’s create a space that’s all about support, growth, and genuine connections, away from the hustle of mainstream social media.

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Dive Deeper with Our Curated Picks

Exploring financial independence or looking for ways to manage your money smarter? Our handpicked resources are here to guide you, offering insights, strategies, and stories to inspire your journey. From in-depth articles on ethical investing to practical tips for saving more, find your next read among our favorites.

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What an Honor!

“In celebration of Money’s 50th anniversary, we’re highlighting 50 influential figures shaping Americans’ finances — today and beyond. Meet Money’s Changemakers.”

“Who do you look for inspiration for your own finances?

When Money launched in 1972, it was a magazine that you could get delivered monthly with tips and actionable advice to help your wallet.

Times have changed, but the ethos hasn’t.

Money celebrated its 50th anniversary all year, and to cap things off, we are excited to launch a brand-new experience called Changemakers — 50 people innovating in the world of money. Some you might know, some you might be learning about for the first time.” – From Money.com

From Our Community

In my current social circle, discussing finances is taboo. I love that Women’s Personal Finance has been a safe space to engage with like-minded individuals to share knowledge, goals and experiences. It’s empowering to know there are other women who are interested in improving their overall financial picture and willing to help others do the same.


Women’s Personal Finance is a wonderful community of smart kind knowledgeable womxn that made me comfortable to ask any questions and share my own personal experience. I had the experience of being mansplained and talked over in other groups. As an introvert, WPF made me feel like I was at home. No judgment and lots of supportive womxn!


I have been a member of the Women’s Personal Finance Facebook group for a couple of years and it has grown into an empowering and safe place for myself and other women to congregate and discuss what means most to them. This group is special because it does not restrict women to only talk about finances but to support each other in good times and bad. Now that I have a membership I am able to communicate live and in chat rooms with these wonderful women and it makes me feel even more connected to people which I have found priceless in these unique times. Every woman needs a safe place like this to connect with other women and I think anyone who joins the Women’s Personal Finance membership program will feel the same.


I’ve always been intrigued by finance, but never had anyone to talk to about it. Money is still so taboo in American society that it can feel like you’re all alone if you have an interest in it. For this reason I was so happy to join the Women’s Personal Finance Community and see that there are literally tens of thousands of women who shared a similar interest, were not afraid to talk about it and had created a space to exchange ideas. It’s a lovely and unique place on the internet that I can’t recommend enough.

A Purple Life

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