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Wealth Coach Deborah Owens

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Deborah Owens is on a mission to engage, enlighten and equip one million women to be financially empowered. She is author of Confident Investing and Nickel and Dime Your Way to Wealth. Her latest book, A Purse Of Your Own: The Easy Guide to Financial Security, was published by Simon and Schuster. Ms. Owens is the wealth coach on My Generation TV, a lifestyle program which airs on PBS, where she shows everyday people how to behave their way to wealth. Thousands of listeners tune in to her radio show Wealthy Lifestyles on the NPR affiliate in Baltimore, Maryland, which celebrated its’ tenth year on the air in 2009. You can also read her advice in Financial Fitness, a column in Cents Magazine, a publication of American Airlines. Financial literacy is a personal mission advocated by Ms. Owens for over a decade. Deborah Owens is a sought after speaker on the topics of financial empowerment and Entrepreneurship, and has shared her enthusiasm, wit and humor with more than 100,000 people in live forums across the nation. She has been a featured keynote speaker for five national tours with Working Mother Media, T.D. Jakes Enterprise’s, Count Me In For Women’s Economic Independence, The Financial Readiness Challenge for the Department of Defense, and the Everywomen’s Money Conference. She is currently touring on the A Purse of Your Own Road Trip. Deborah Owens is President of Owens Media Group LLC, which develops financial literacy content on the web, television, radio and print for companies and organizations. She has over twenty years experience in the financial services industry and is a former financial advisor and vice president at Fidelity Investments. She is member on the board of the Maryland Council on Economic Education. She holds a Masters of Business Administration from Loyola University.

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