Aug 13 2019
7:30 to 9:00 P.M.
Westchester United Methodist Church
Fellowship Hall
8065 Emerson Ave.
Westchester, CA 90045

 How To Buy and Sell on the Internet

Speakers: Mark Presky and Marsha Saltman

Mark Presky and Marsha Saltman will speak
to us regarding buying and selling online. Almost everyone has things, large and small, very valuable and not, that they would like to turn into cash. Mark and Marsha bring their several years of experience selling via eBay, Craigslist, Nextdoor, and OfferUp. They will take us through the process of listing ads, and point out
important dos and don’ts.

Meet Our Presenters

Mark, an LACS director, has a Master’s Degree in Microbiology from UC Davis, and he has a professional designation in Personal Financial Planning from the
Anderson School of Management at UCLA. He became a Certified Financial Planner in 2005 and continues to retain that designation. He recently retired after 43 years as a Clinical Laboratory Scientist, and he retired from professional tax preparation in 2016.

Marsha graduated from Portland State University in
Oregon and became Director of Human Resources for some of the largest hotels in Los Angeles, including
the Hollywood Roosevelt, the Beverly Hilton, and the Ambassador Hotel before retiring from that line of work. She is a Certified Human Resources Executive through the American Hotel and Motel Association.


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