Hannah Foxley understands a thing or two about triumph over adversity. In an 18-month period she lost her beloved father Bill Foxley, lost her job, got another one, lost a friend and got breast cancer… twice.
Having looked death squarely in the face, she decided that she wanted to take control of her own destiny and she wanted to do something that she felt really passionate about.
So immediately after finishing cancer treatment, she took her 10 years experience as a financial planner, quit her job and started a business specialising in giving financial advice to divorcing and divorced women called The Women’s Wealth Expert
This is when life really began. She changed her mindset, changed her attitude and took life on fully. She has achieved massive things in an incredibly short space of time and she puts it down to mindset, a positive attitude and goal setting.
She has written a book, is a contributor to many blogs and articles for various websites, is building a profile among divorce lawyers, which is her chosen niche and has even appeared on Sky News and ITV Daybreak.
Her mission is to redefine the way that women feel about getting financial advice. She is known for transforming futures and she leaves her clients feeling confident, secure and liberated.
She loves to share her story with others so that she can inspire them to take action and to keep pushing through the challenges they face. Every time an obstacle or curve ball is thrown at her, she gets creative and finds a way around it but she never, ever quits.
She is absolutely passionate about financial education and empowerment for both women and youngsters and regularly delivers workshops to schools and is also working with young offenders teaching them life skills and financial knowledge.
She is an ambassador for Breakthrough Breast Cancer and takes part in crazy challenges to raise money for them and other charities. She walked the Race for Life 3 weeks after having a mastectomy and finishing chemo and raised £3,500 for Cancer Research UK. She is staunch supporter of cancer charities, doing what she can to raise their profiles and raise money.