For women, finance is about more
than just the money.

Multi-award winning Elizabeth Naumovski is a tireless advocate for financial literacy and female empowerment.

A successful Bay Street executive for over 20 years, she has championed for women in different countries for many decades.

Host of Finance Is Personal, public speaker, emcee, and panelist, she is highly sought after for her intelligence, knowledge, engagement and compassion.

Elizabeth was the 2021 recipient of the Wealth Professional IFSE Institute Award for Financial Literacy Champion. She was also the inaugural winner of the same award in 2019.

Elizabeth is a 2020 Mohawk Alumni of Distinction Award winner for Creative Arts & Design.

Since winning the award, she created the Elizabeth Naumovski Alumni of Distinction Bursary. This yearly bursary is for a single mother (or female) enrolled in any STEM course at Mohawk College.

Elizabeth was a finalist for the 2020 Wealth Professional Mackenzie Investments Award for Female Trailblazer of the Year.

Elizabeth is a firm believer of living a frugal and disciplined life and wants to make frugality fashionable for everyone.

Watch and subscribe to Finance Is Personal to learn how to take control of your life.


, CM


It’s Fraud Prevention Month! – For the next 4 days, we will be sharing our multi-language anti-fraud campaign “Just Hang Up!” in support of the occasion.

Watch our #Russian version recorded by Anna Oganova:

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Finance Is Personal is the educational show for women who want to learn how to take control of their finances and reach their personal life goals.

Episodes feature female professionals offering information and opinions on topics relevant to all:

  • Financial stability
  • Finance of Divorce
  • Estate Planning & Retirement
  • Debt Management
  • Insurance: What do you need?
  • Women Conquering Finance
  • ETF`s: What are they?
  • Fraud, Scams, Romance Scams;
    Protecting yourself
  • Inspiring Young Women in STEM
  • Financial Literacy for Children:
    At what age should you begin?
  • Behavioural Finance
  • Dealing with your
    Investment Advisor
  • Philanthropy
  • Preparing for ‘unexpected
    life experiences’
  • Courageous Conversations
  • Elder Care
  • Taking care of yourself
  • Female/Male Time Management
  • Female Money Mindset
  • ABC’s of Financial Literacy
  • Trademark Protection & Patents
  • Debt & Fear of Missing Out
  • Money Smart Living
  • Cohabitation, Marriage,
  • More to come…

So many women like to settle into a comfortable space, and enjoy a delicious cup of coffee, while watching Finance Is Personal with a friend, their children or their mother. This makes watching the show a better experience and the cup of coffee actually tastes better.