120: Stacks House A Pop-Up with a Purpose

I got the chance to visit Stacks House, a pop-up in the heart of downtown Los Angeles, to speak with co-founder Farnoosh Torabi about why Stacks House was created, the need to empower women financially, and her dive in to stand up comedy. 

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Pop-Up Debate!

In this special episode format we will each have 1 minute to argue our point.  Our topic… Is it ok to Mooch Off of Someone Else’s Netflix Account?

Meet Today’s Guest – Farnoosh Torabi

From her early days reporting for Money Magazine to hosting a primetime series on CNBC and writing monthly for O, The Oprah Magazine and Mint.com, she’s become a favorite go-to money expert and friend.

Millions have tuned into Farnoosh’s award winning podcast, So Money, which made its debut in January 2015. On the show she interviews leading experts, authors and influencers – from Tony Robbins to Robert Kiyosaki, Margaret Cho and Tim Gunn – about their financial perspectives, money failures and habits. She also answers listeners’ personal financial questions each week.

Farnoosh is also the co-founder of Stacks House. Stacks House is a massive Pop-Up with a purpose that aims to empower women financially.

The 11,000 square foot space is filled with selfie-worthy exhibits like Debt Boxing, Retirement Rodeo, Stacks Salon, Gold Bar, and Money Moves Room. The space is open in Los Angeles from April 17-May 19.

Stacks House is offering Popcorn Finance listeners 40% OFF their visit when they visit Stackshouse.com/tickets and enter promo code GIRLBOSS!

Learn more about Stack House on Instagram @StacksHouse!

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