Meet Tarra Jackson aka Madam Money on May 4th | Helping Women Succeed in Atlanta


Tarra Jackson
, known as “Madam Money”, is a native of Dover, Delaware, and is the President of Prosperity Now Financial Management Services. Tarra provides Financial Success Coaching and Financial Educational Seminars to consumers, as well as Financial Management Services to business owners.

Tarra served her community as a tenacious financial coach and lending partner in the position of Executive Vice President of a Financial Institution in Atlanta, Georgia, from 2008 to 2012. Tarra’s previous executive level experience includes Vice President of Lending of a credit union in Delaware and Training Manager & Bank Officer at Bank of America.

Tarra has almost 20 years of experience within the financial services industry. She is an energetic and charismatic public speaker and has been the keynote speaker at numerous national and international conferences, as well as conducted financial educational seminars and other training sessions all over the United States.

Tarra’s passion for community reinvestment, financial education and financial empowerment for all, inspired her to author a financial self-help book entitled, “Financial Fornication,” as well as implement “Madam Money’s Financial Boot Camp”, which is a program that helps individuals learn how to have healthier financial and credit relationships. Clients of Tarra are appreciative of her real life talk and no-nonsense yet compassionate approach to financial coaching.

This inspirational gathering is about Helping WOMEN Succeed because we cannot do it alone. Madam Money’s topic will be: Creative Ways to Save MORE Money Now! Come out to this event to unleash your creativity, make NEW Connections and receive some inspiration to keep moving forward!

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