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Money isn’t complicated, but there’s often conflicting advice on what you should do and many people who are so called “personal finance experts” or “money experts” are just trying to make money off you. That’s not us.
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Our team is made up of some of the most respected personal finance, entrepreneurship, and investing writers around. We’re here to not only help you make better financial decisions, but also have more time for the people and things you love.
Grant Sabatier is the Creator of Millennial Money. Author of Financial Freedom (Penguin Random House), the international bestseller translated into eight languages, and Founder of the Financial Freedom Summit. Dubbed the “Millennial Millionaire” by CNBC, Grant went from $2.26 to a millionaire in 5 years, reaching financial independence at the age of 30. Grant has been featured in The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, BBC, Washington Post, NPR, CNBC, Money Magazine, and many others.
David Weliver is the Credit Cards Editor at Millennial Money. He is the Founder of Money Under 30 and is widely regarded as one of the top credit cards rewards experts in the world. David has been writing about personal finance and credit cards since 2006 and been featured in The New York Times, NPR, PBS, Chicago Tribune, USA Today, The Washington Post, Forbes, and many others. David enjoys spending time with his family in Maine.
Kimberly Lankford is an Editor at Millennial Money. Kim has been a financial journalist for more than 20 years. As the “Ask Kim” columnist at Kiplinger she wrote about insurance, taxes, retirement planning and other personal finance topics. Her articles have appeared in the Washington Post, Boston Globe and Bloomberg, and she was syndicated in the Chicago Tribune, Denver Post, Baltimore Sun and other papers. She won the personal finance Best in Business Award from the Society of American Business Editors and Writers, and she has written three books: Rescue Your Financial Life, The Insurance Maze, and Ask Kim for Money Smart Solution. Kim lives in Lynchburg, VA. with her family and 1-year-old Vizsla.
Andrea Tolar is the Managing Editor at Millennial Money and manages the content strategy, writers, and SEO optimization. She has many years of experience building some of the top personal finance websites online and joined the Millennial Money team in 2019. When not working on the site she spends time with her family in South Carolina.
Matt Bundrick is the lead developer at Millennial Money and manages all the technical elements of the website, including the site design, structure, analytics, data tracking custom widgets, and all aspects of making the site user experience awesome. Matt has been building and developing websites for the past 12 years and joined the Millennial Money team in 2019. He’s a die hard Clemson fan and lives in South Carolina.
Vicki Robin is the co-author of Your Money or Your Life, one of the best-selling personal finance books of all time and the book that started the financial independence retire early movement. Originally published in 1992 the book has sold millions of copies and been published in many languages. A celebrated social activist, Vicki has spent her life writing about money, sustainability, financial independence. Vicki Robin has been featured in The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Oprah, Money Magazine (she was on the cover!), and in many other publications.
Brynne Conroy has been writing about personal finance, investing and student loans for 8 years. Her writing has been featured on Student Loan Hero, The Penny Hoarder, Lending Tree, Mint, Magnify Money, & Business Insider. She’s the author of The Feminist Financial Handbook.
Jerry Brown is a personal finance and financial independence blogger from Baton Rouge, LA. After graduating with a degree in Business and IT, he made “all the wrong money decisions” getting into credit card debt and buying a new car he couldn’t afford. Since then he launched his blog Peerless Money Mentor where he writes about the challenges overcoming the limiting beliefs of poverty and becoming financially woke.
Scott Trench is the CEO of BiggerPockets, the largest real estate investing community online with over 1 million members. Scott is also the Author of Set For Life: Dominate Life, Money, and The American Dream, and co-shot of the Bigger Pockets Money Podcast. A serial “house hacker”, Scott regularly writes about personal finance, real estate investing, and financial independence.
Jillian Johnsrud is a frequent speaker, writer and coach teaching everyday courage and financial freedom. After growing up in a challenging situation, Jillian began pursuing a life with more financial freedom at 19. She fulfilled her dreams of traveling the world, adopting kids and paying cash for a house before becoming financially independent at 32. Jillian and her husband love exploring Montana with their five kids.
Travis Hornsby is the founder of Student Loan Planner, a company helping people conquer their student debt. He has applied his excel modeling skills from his days as a bond trader to save clients over $100 million on their student loans and counting.
Kevin Payne is the student loan, family travel, and budget expert behind FamilyMoneyAdventure.com. He regularly writes for Student Loan Planner, Club Thrifty, and PT Money. Kevin lives in Cleveland, Ohio with his wife and four kids.
Elle Martinez is the founder and host of Couple Money. She has been writing and podcasting about managing money as a couple for the past 8 years. Her new book, Jumpstart Your Marriage & Your Money￼ is designed as a four-week guide to help couples build their wealth together. She lives in Raleigh, NC with her family.
Steve Adcock is a 38-year-old early retiree who writes about the intersection of happiness and financial independence. He was the Founder of Think Save Retire, a popular FIRE blog which was acquired in 2019. Steve is a regular contributor to MarketWatch, CNBC, and The Ladders. He lives full-time in his 30′ Airstream Classic and travels the country with his wife Courtney and two rescued dogs.
John Nardini reached financial independence in his 40’s and retired at 52 after a career in marketing and publishing. In retirement he launched ESI Money, a blog about entrepreneurship, saving, and investing. He’s been featured in Business Insider, CNBC, and many other media outlets. Currently he’s enjoying retirement at home in Colorado.
Kim is a financial independence and early retirement blogger at The Frugal Engineers. She used geoarbitrage to achieve financial freedom in Wyoming and spend more time with her kid. She and her husband now enjoy the semi-retired lifestyle as freelance engineers.
Nadia Malik is a stay at home mom and personal finance blogger who has been debt-free for more than five years. She and her family of five travel around the world on one income thanks to budgeting and side hustling.
Zach is the 25 year old creator of Four Pillar Freedom and Collective Wisdom. He recently left his corporate job after realizing that he’d rather focus on work he loves, which include writing about personal finance, investing, psychology, and philosophy.
Kevin Tichy is creator of Blackboard Finance, a website about money management, investing, and personal development. Kevin has a background in mathematics and finance and has personally seen the importance a financial education can do for your life. He lives in New York City.
Bob Haegele is a freelance writer and personal finance blogger at The Frugal Fellow. His blog primarily covers topics around personal finance such as student loans, money saving tips, and investing. Having moved to various parts of the US, he is a bit of a nomad. He’s working toward financial independence while writing, blogging, and traveling.