At 3:00PM EST / 2:00PM CST

¡Cafecito y Dinero! Webinar

Saving, Planning, and Celebrating Life’s Important Events
Wednesday, August 12th from 3PM to 4PM EST

Join our conversation on helping our community use life’s important celebrations to introduce financial planning and long-term saving resources to help our families be financially secure, beyond the moment.

Let’s talk about what these events genuinely represent for our community and how we can adapt to celebrating these moments amidst the pandemic and the ongoing journey of creating generational wealth. 

Latinos for a Secure Retirement and AARP are partnering to guide a discussion with a Certified Financial Planner to help Latino families integrate financial planning and saving strategies within our most anticipated and communal celebrations. 



3:00 PM Welcome Remarks & Setting The Stage
3:05 PM AARP Savings & Planning Tools
3:10 PM Conversation with Certified Financial Planner w/ Q&A
3:50 PM Call to Action & Closing Remarks


For any questions please email Monica at

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Meet The Speakers

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Jen Hemphill , Latina Money Expert, Host of Her Dinero Matters Podcast

Jen Hemphill, a military spouse & proud bilingual Latina, helps the busy career-oriented woman become the reina (queen) of her money and love her dinero more. She is a Latina Money Expert, an AFC® (Accredited Financial Counselor), author, speaker and hosts the Her Dinero Matters podcast.

She has been featured in publications such as Forbes, Clark Howard, USAA, Oprah Magazine, Good Company Magazine and Grow (Acorns + CNBC).

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Veronica Fuentes, Certified Financial Planner, Northwestern Mutual

In 9 years, Veronica Fuentes has built a reputation as one of the nation's leading Latina Financial Planners. Her DC based practice, in partnership with DeVaughn Hodge, serves over 500 clients across the country. She consistently ranks in the top 10% among Northwestern Mutual’s financial advisors nationwide. For Fuentes, financial planning is not only a career but a personal mission. When her mother passed away unexpectedly at the age of 19, Veronica learned how important financial planning was to a family. From this experience, Fuentes has made it her life's work to make a difference in other families' lives by giving them the gift of financial security.

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Carmen Ayaya, Culture and Events Manager, JOLT

Carmen Ayala serves as the Culture and Events Manager at Jolt. Prior to joining Jolt, she served as the Executive Director of the Dallas County Democratic Party. She is working to shift cultural tides by harnessing the power of Latino culture to create a new generation of civically engaged Latinos. She is a proud Mexican American with ties in Michoacan, Mexico. She graduated from El Centro College in Dallas and the Texas Women’s University in Denton.

About Cafecito y Dinero

Our curated Cafecito y Dinero webinars bring essential information on Savings & Planning to aid Latino families in preparation for life’s important events. These educational webinars focus on the Latino experience and enhance dialogue around economic challenges, Savings & Planning, and retirement readiness.

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About AARP

AARP is the nation’s largest nonprofit, nonpartisan organization dedicated to empowering people 50 and older to choose how they live as they age. With a nationwide presence and nearly 38 million members, AARP strengthens communities and advocates for what matters most to families: health security, financial stability and personal fulfillment or “Salud, Dinero, y Amor” in Spanish. AARP also produces the nation’s largest circulation publications: AARP The Magazine and AARP Bulletin. To learn more, visit or follow @AARP and @AARPEnEspañol on social media.

Questions, Comments or Concerns?
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