Julia Myers is national speaker, wife, mom and pharmacist. Julia received her Doctor of Pharmacy degree from the University of Wyoming School of Pharmacy and her Masters in Business Administration from the University of Tennessee- Knoxville. Her 15 year healthcare career career encompassed clinical and leadership roles in community
pharmacy, ambulatory care, health system and specialty pharmacy.
In 2020, Julia was recognized as a member of the Class of 20 Under 40 by Columbia Magazine for her achievements in medication affordability, specialty pharmacy and overall community impact. After experiencing a life changing medical event, Julia semi retired in May 2022. Forced with seeing life in a new way (literally), Julia was inspired to share her experiences as a mom of five children (ages 7 to 19) through speaking.
From navigating entitlement, teaching financial maturity, and parenting with tough love, Julia has taken to stages and podcast shows to share her message. Overcoming the guilt of raising entitled children is possible by understanding how generational differences affect perspectives about money and wealth management.
70% of wealthy wealthy parents worry that their children will become entitled as a result of their inheritance.
Attendees will gain an actionable framework to move from a guilty parent to an empowered and discerning steward.
How ready are your kids to transition into financially independent adults? Many families work hard at growing wealth, but are less intentional about passing along the common cents values behind the financial decisions.
While less than half of parents feel confident in what they are teaching their children about money, even fewer regularly discuss money with their kids. After the presentation, audience will learn that it is never too late, or too early, to provide a financial education for kids living at home ore are still on the payroll.
How do your experiences with money as a child differ from
the experiences and lifestyle of your children?
Julia discusses how the type of money household you grew up in influences your financial management today. Julia explores strategies to teach your children about money across the generations, from early childhood to adulthood. Julia weighs in on the loss of generational wealth, why mistakes are the best teachers, and how self reflection can lead you to better equip your children to build their financial futures. Throughout the talk, Julia offers practical tips on approaching money conversations with your family and empowering your children.