Heroines of Personal Finance and Entrepreneurship #4: Julie Jansen

July 23rd, 2007

Interview contributed by Cody McKibben -- Julie Jansen is a motivational speaker, career coach, meeting facilitator, and trainer. She's consulted for corporations like TIME, Merrill Lynch, and General ElectricJulie is also the author of I Don't Know What I Want, But I Know It's Not This: A Step-by-Step Guide to Finding Gratifying Work and You Want Me to Work With ...

Heroines of Personal Finance and Entrepreneurship #3: Alexandra Levit

July 12th, 2007

Interview contributed by Cody McKibben -- Alexandra Levit is the author They Don't Teach Corporate in College: A Twenty-Something's Guide to the Business World, and a regular corporate and university speaker on Gen-Y employees. She is the Founder and President of Inspiration@Work career consultancy and also serves as a Vice President at Edelman public relations agency. She blogs regularly ...

Heroines of Personal Finance and Entrepreneurship #2: Anya Kamenetz

July 06th, 2007

Interview contributed by Cody McKibben. The second expert panelist for our women & money series is Anya Kamenetz, a respectable twentysomething author, columnist, and blogger from Manhattan. The daughter of a poet and a novelist, she graduated from Yale University in 2002. She has worked with the New York Times, the Washington Post, Salon, Slate, the Village Voice, and more, ...

Heroines of Personal Finance and Entrepreneurship #1: Pamela Slim

July 05th, 2007

Interview contributed by Cody McKibben. Pamela Slim is a tremendously friendly career and entrepreneurship expert who left corporate life in 1996. Her Mesa, Arizona-based company Ganas Consulting helps professionals and entrepreneurs find and do their best work. Some of her corporate clients include Hewlett-Packard, Cisco Systems, Charles Schwab, and Sun Microsystems. She also helps corporate prisoners become thriving entrepreneurs through ...

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Eleanor P., 25, talks about money, frustrations with her bank, independence, and indulgences

July 03rd, 2007

Eleanor P.'s story is fascinating. It took a major event -- being sent to collections for her student loan -- to start managing her money. She has some family experiences that have made her want to be financially independent, and she keeps a close budget. At the same time, she doesn't consciously budget for indulgences like clothes, and has ...

Damn. Profiles are way harder than I thought (how you can help)

June 28th, 2007

Hey everyone, the profiles on female iwillteachyoutoberich readers that I've been working on are a lot harder than I thought. I've spoken to a bunch of young women on the phone in the last few days, collecting their stories and learning about what they have to say. But as I'm writing them up, I'm just not satisfied with how they're ...