As a female finance expert, I am super passionate about empowering other women to take charge of their finances and I love to see (and get very inspired by) other women in the finance space who have a similar passion of helping others succeed with their money.
"I am super passionate about empowering other women to take charge of their finances and I love to see other women in the finance space who have a similar passion. "
That being said, I wanted to share 12 of my favorite female personal finance experts who are making a serious mark in the industry with their amazing brands and content that you need to check out too (This list could easily be much longer but I thought I'd start here)! Here goes -
12 of My Favorite Female Personal Finance Experts
Farnoosh is an award winning financial correspondent, best selling author and the creator and host of the incredible daily podcast, So Money, where her and her guests talk through a variety of money, business and career topics.
On the podcast, her guests also share their own financial struggles, successes and other personal stories to inspire and motivate others on their journey to financial success.
I'm a huge fan of the podcast (It got me through many long commuting days in my corporate america days) and I have been inspired by so many of her amazing guests. Listen in HERE.
From being on the cover of Black Enterprise Magazine to being featured in a ton of other major publications, Tonya is a nationally recognized millennial money expert with a focus helping millennials become financially free by breaking the paycheck to paycheck cycle so they can do more of what they love.
One big money accomplishment Tonya shares is how she improved her credit score a whopping 130 points in only 18 months! Check out her site HERE.
Melisa is a certified money coach and student loan expert, who focuses on helping borrowers analyze their student loan account statements, navigate the repayment process and develop plans to effectively pay off student loan debt quickly.
By educating herself on the nuances around her own loans and by using her debt repayment strategies, Melisa paid off over $37,000 in student loan debt in 5 years all while supporting her extended family, putting a considerable down payment on her first home purchase and having her first child. All without making a 6 figure income. Learn more about Melisa HERE.
Stefanie is a millennial money expert, author and speaker, who began her financial success journey after finding herself broke and unemployed at the height of the 2008 financial crisis. She decided enough was enough and committed to turning her finances around, creating her own income streams and building a rich life.
She now uses her personal journey to motivate and empower others and has since been featured in several major national publications and is also a reoccurring contributor to Success Magazine. Visit Stefanie's website HERE.
While paying off $65,000 worth of student loans and consumer debt (she paid off $40,000 of it in only 2 years), Kara took it upon herself to adjust her unhealthy money beliefs and limitations she had placed on her self.
This was the beginning of The Frugal Feminista, a platform she created to help brown girls strengthen their relationship with themselves and with their money. As a financial expert, Kara has worked with thousands of women and also partnered with some incredible brands. Learn more about The Frugal Feminista HERE.
Nicole Lapin is a financial news anchor and host as as well as the best selling author of the personal finance book "Rich Bitch".
She has worked for a variety of news outlets from CNN to CNBC and started out with a goal to work in journalism and transitioned into focusing on finance after own experiences with getting her personal finances in order. Learn more about Nicole HERE.
With a goal to retire at 40 and having saved $85,000 in 2016 alone, Jamila has an amazing story to share and her "journey to launch" definitely one to follow.
She's a certified financial educator who is passionate about teaching people to be budget savvy and debt free. Keep up with up with her plan to retire in the next few years HERE.
I first learnt about Hilary and her amazing podcast when she was featured on Farnoosh Torabi's So Money Podcast and I've become a huge fan.
She went from maxing out credit cards and unable to afford her mortgage to turning her finance around by studying the of psychology money and applying everything she learnt to herself.
Fast forward to today, Hilary is a "tell it like it is" Certified Financial Planner CFP and the voice behind the Profit Boss Radio Podcast that you definitely should to check out (Click HERE).
Tiffany is an award winning financial educator with numerous mainstream TV, radio and magazine features, who is passionate about teaching to create positive lifestyle shifts by becoming financially educated.
She is also the founder of the LIVE RICHER Challenge made of over 200,000 women worldwide working on improving their finances. Learn more about Tiffany and her LIVE RICHER Challenge HERE!
Erin is all about demystifying money myths for millennials and helping them get their financial life together. She is a finance expert, speaker, author (an amazing writer) and also contributor to Forbes.
To learn more about Erin and also to check out her book stop by HERE.
Ever had a finance question and all you wanted was a simple, straight forward and easy to implement answer? Well that's the move behind Real Money Answers created by Patrice Washington.
Patrice is passionate about moving people from debt to money mastery and has the experience to do so - her 7 figure business crumbled along with the financial crisis of 2008 but despite this set back, she was able to rebuild and come back even stronger financially. She's also a regular on the Steve Harvey Morning Show and has been featured in countless national publications and news outlets. Learn more about Patrice and her mission HERE.
Brittney is a Certified Financial Planner CFP and founder of Financially Wise Women where her goal is to help people define their ideal lives, and then support that with the structure of financial planning.
Her passion for finance stems all the way from her childhood and the example her parents set for her around being financially responsible. Brittney also has a pretty awesome and highly educative YouTube Channel. Learn more about her HERE.
Who are your favorite female personal finance experts? Share their links in the comments below!
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