Dcomply / Rhonda Noordyk

Who Is Rhonda Noordyk?

Rhonda Noordyk Biography

  • Rhonda Noordyk, CDFA (r)
  • Founder & CEO | The Women’s Financial Wellness Center
  • Host | Divorce Conversations for Women podcast
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  • Website: http://www.wfwcdivorce.com [podcast, blogs & more!]

Understanding that divorce can be a complicated and painful journey, Rhonda Noordyk left the financial industry in 2014 to pursue her passion of helping women achieve financial justice in their divorce. She offers a different kind of divorce experience; one that leads to empowering financial moments and living a happy and fulfilled life, post-divorce. Her clients typically save up to 50% on legal fees, access to the right experts and get at least a 10x return on investment.

 

Cue The WFWC!

Designed to help women find a better way to maintain financial wellness throughout and after a woman’s divorce, Rhonda uses her knowledge, passion, and experience to build leading-edge strategies that help her clients stay three steps ahead at all times. With the intention to create a safe place for women – especially those in a vulnerable position – to find their paths, their voices, and the financial confidence they need to lift themselves out of seemingly hopeless situations, Rhonda works to change the narrative of her clients’ divorce experiences.

Strategies & Vision

Instead of feeling overwhelmed and lost in the process, Rhonda works to develop strategies that help women move through and out of their marriage into a new life filled with endless possibilities. With a vision to open Women’s Financial Wellness Center branches throughout the country, Rhonda hopes to help even more women figure out what is best for themselves and their families. In April 2020, Rhonda and her team opened a second location in Madison, WI. They are currently in the process of opening five more locations to reach even more women and assist them in realizing their financial goals. Since starting the Women’s Financial Wellness Center, Rhonda has successfully alleviated financial vulnerability for thousands of women.