The Path to Financial Independence

The Path to Financial Independence

Everyone wants to achieve financial success, but how can you get there? To start, there are five things you should fundamentally understand: saving, spending, investing, entrepreneurship and philanthropy. This seminar is designed for young professionals who are interested in learning critical skills to develop smart financial habits and achieve financial independence.

Arisleyda’s presentation will be followed by a brief introduction to the Murray Hill Institute Mentoring Program.  

Refreshments will be served. There is no charge for this seminar, but please register so that we know you are coming! 

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Arisleyda Riehl CIMA, CRPC
Vice President
Wealth Management Advisor
Merrill Lynch Wealth Management

Arisleyda joined Merrill Lynch in 1994 after interning with the Firm during graduate school. Her long tenure in the industry has given her witness to a variety of challenging markets and economic landscapes.  In addition to working with a diverse clientele, Arisleyda has a nuanced understanding of the needs of professional women who in recent years have become a stronger financial force. Arisleyda holds a bachelor’s degree in Finance from the State University of New York at Old Westbury, and an M.B.A. in International Business from Hofstra University’s Zarb School of Business. 


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Entertaining Made Simple

Entertaining Made Simple

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Murray Hill Place
243 Lexington Avenue (NE corner of 34th St) 
New York, NY  10016

An afternoon-long seminar for young professional women. Learn the basics of entertaining before the busy holiday season gets underway.  

Making hors d’oeuvres: An in-kitchen demonstration with lots of hands-on time will show you how to make and present a wide variety of hors d’oeuvres. Each participant will enjoy a generous taste of every appetizer and leave with all recipes used in the session.   

Wines and beverages: Wine expert or not, everyone can confidently choose a wine that complements her menu if she knows the basics. The presentation will cover a range of topics: matching wines with foods; the order in which wines are served; the kinds, shapes, and sizes of wine glasses; knowing the bottle shapes associated with special regions. Each participant will have a chance to taste and contrast different wines.

$30 per person through October 15.  
$40 per person after October 15. 

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Ethical Leadership: FACEBOOK AND OUR FAKE NEWS PROBLEM

Ethical Leadership: FACEBOOK AND OUR FAKE NEWS PROBLEM

CASE STUDY: FACEBOOK AND OUR FAKE NEWS PROBLEM

Murray Hill Place
243 Lexington Avenue (NE corner of 34th St)
New York, NY  10016

Please join us as we introduce a new series on Ethical Leadership. We will use case studies to discuss approaches that can be applied to tackle morally complex situations in ethical ways. Our first discussion will be on: Facebook and Our Fake News Problem. The case can be accessed here.

Refreshments will be served. 
Register below for complimentary access to this event.

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An Evening of Conversation with Ann Brennan: Networking, Part 2

An Evening of Conversation with Ann Brennan: Networking, Part 2

Murray Hill Place
243 Lexington Avenue (NE corner of 34th St) 
New York, NY  10016

6:00 Wine and cheese reception
6:30 Discussion

Ann Brennan returns to Murray Hill Institute to share her vast experience in building trusted relationships across a wide variety of industries. Join us to hear tips and advice that will help you build on your own professional, family, and social contacts to create an effective network that will benefit both you and others.     

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Ann is Founder and Managing Partner of Brennan Executive Benefits, an insurance brokerage firm that specializes in Executive Benefits and succession programs. She is an experienced speaker, panelist, and author and is active in community service in the Chicago area, where she makes her home.  


Fees:
Online registration:  $10
On-site registration: $20

This event is complimentary to past and present MHI mentees. Past and present mentees register here.

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Ethical Leadership: GIVING IN OR GIVING UP

Ethical Leadership: GIVING IN OR GIVING UP

CASE STUDY: GIVING IN OR GIVING UP


Murray Hill Place
243 Lexington Avenue (NE corner of 34th St)
New York, NY  10016

For this session of Ethical Leadership we will discuss Giving in or Giving up, a case that deals with  bribery as a necessary cost of doing business in certain places. Read about the case history here.

Please join us to share with others your ideas about how to tackle the moral and ethical decisions that confront us from time to time in the professional world.

Light refreshments will be served. 
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Creating a Home within Your Apartment’s Walls

Creating a Home within Your Apartment’s Walls

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An evening seminar for young professional women. Join Paula Caravelli, co-founder of Paula + Martha, and discover the why and the how of having a welcoming and serene apartment, a place of rest and renewal of mind, body and spirit.

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Award-winning designer Paula Caravelli’s fine arts background shaped her design perspective and honed her keen eye for color and proportion. Her work has been featured in leading decorating and design publications, including The New York Times, Elle Décor, HGTV, Architectural Digest, New York Cottages & Gardens, among others. 
Read more about Paula’s work at:
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Architectural Digest  
New York Cottages & Gardens


Wine and hors-d’oeuvres will be served. 

This event will be held at a private residence on the upper east side of Manhattan. The address will be sent to those who register. Registration is limited to 10. If space is filled you will be placed on a waiting list.    

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If the event is sold out, please sign up here to be added to the waiting list.


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