Diane Sexton was an early female pioneer in a male dominated business world. She began her career in the mid sixties, which was a time when women were groomed to become great secretaries or efficient administrative assistants, NOT managers or heads of departments, and most certainly not managers of a staff that included men. Despite the obstacles and perceptions of the woman’s place in the workplace, Diane’s career within a major financial company grew, albeit much slower than the men she worked with, where she became a national manager of the company’s Field Marketing Department with a staff in 9 states. After many years of retirement, Diane decided to reinvent herself and begin a encore career as a financial planner. Today, she educates women and families on how to make their money work for them and secure financial independence throughout their life times.