Balancing broking and motherhood

Edwena Dixon, Pinpoint Finance Edwena Dixon, Pinpoint Finance
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Winner of the Editor’s Choice award at the 2018 Better Business Awards in Victoria, Pinpoint Finance founder and complex loan specialist Edwena Dixon entered broking with the intention of being in control of her own lifestyle.

In this episode of Elite Broker, Edwena joins hosts Annie Kane and James Mitchell to share how her previous experience organising work placements for university students benefits her in broking and how she balances being a broker and a mother.

Edwena will discuss the maternity leave process and how becoming a mother was one of the biggest challenges that she has faced in her career so far.

Tune in to find out:

  • Why she chose to work under her own independent brand
  • How she went about finding the right people to outsource work to
  • How she is helping to create financial awareness for high school students

And plenty more!

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Articles of interest:

Best in the business: The Adviser Better Business Awards 2018
Victorian brokers honoured at Better Business Awards
Broker unveils new networking initiative
2018 Winners Victoria

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